woman with rich chocolate brown hair

The must have hair colours for autumn 2015

rich chocolate browns, perfect hair colours for autumn

Autumn is the natural time for many of us to rethink our hair colour and maybe give it a bit of an update for the cooler months ahead. But with new trends like bronde , natural roots and dark highlights just arriving on the scene it can be hard to decide what are the best hair colours for autumn 2015.

Now, we would always say that the most important consideration when choosing your hair colour is what will suit you and your lifestyle. Having said that, we love to keep abreast of the latest trends and so we’ve taken a look at the catwalks and celebrities for some inspiration for hair colours for autumn 2015.

You never know, one of these might be perfect for you. But if you’re unsure, have a chat with your stylist next time you’re in the salon.

Natural Roots
This trend is fabulous if you’re a bit worried about the upkeep of your colour and you’re looking for something low maintenance. It’s an update of the popular sombré technique where darker roots gently graduate to lighter ends.

The difference here though is that by just adding a few lowlights to the roots and then subtle highlights to the ends, your re-growth will hardly show.

Amber Heard with natural roots to her hair

The bronde trend – a soft blend of blonde and brunette – hit us big time this summer and it remains one of the most popular hair colours for autumn 2015. In fact we predict bronde being around for quite some time.

Like the natural roots trends, bronde is also pretty low maintenance as the key to a great look is to have plenty of your natural base shining through. Read more in our recent post, Bronde – the hot new colour trend.

Cara Delevingne with bronde hair
Copper is one of our favourite hair colours for autumn, and if you have a warm or honey skin tone this season’s trend for rusty and burnt coppers would be a great choice for you.

Girl with rusty copper tied back hair

Rich Chocolate
We love our chocolate, and that extends to this deep, rich shade of brunette.

Deep mahogany chocolate shades are always a great choice for the cooler autumn and winter months and you should consider a glossing between your colour appointments. Glossing is a bit like a top coat of nail varnish, and will bring out the shine in your hair.

Lily James rich chocolate brown hair

Dark Highlights
Warm brown highlights in really dark hair add an extra dimension to the colour and look especially good around the face. You could easily combine this trend with the rich chocolate one above.

Isabeli Fontana dark highlights

Seen anything to inspire you? If not, or if you’re a bit unsure what will suit you best, have a chat with your stylist next time you’re in, or why not book in for a free, 15 minute colour consultation? Either way one of our colour experts will be able to advise you on your perfect hair colour for autumn.