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Hair Colour Trends 2011 for Autumn Winter

Submitted by on October 11, 2011 – 4:15 pm

The season has now definitely changed, so embrace it with these hair colour trends 2011 for Autumn / Winter

purple hair colour

Just like fashion, hair changes with the seasons and Autumn /Winter always sees a return of earthy, warm tones but hair colour trends 2011 sees a change that is perhaps bolder than last year, with deep reds and purples electrifying the autumnal, berry tones.

Despite its popularity during the summer, red is even hotter for A/W 2011 and with the right tone used it can suit almost all skin colours; as Karen Elson, Rihanna, Christina Hendricks & Florence prove.

Hair colour trend Autumn / Winter 11If you want to incorporate hair colour trends of autumn without having a drastic change, these are a few of the options available:

  • Dark hair  – add flecks of bold red and purple to flatter and warm skin tone
  • Brunettes – create an interesting twist with cooler browns mixed with warm browns
  • Red heads – add warmer, lighter tones to flatter and bring out your earthy more natural side
  • Beach blondes – transform with apricot hues for a sophisticated glamorous look

Aesthetics has just won the Redken NYC Hair Award, for the fourth year in a row, in its Colour Genius category. So if you want to find out how to embrace autumn / winter hair colour trends 2011 book in for a consultation now.


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