AUTUMN HAIR COLOUR TRENDS THAT SOUND GOOD ENOUGH TO EAT
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AUTUMN HAIR COLOUR TRENDS THAT SOUND GOOD ENOUGH TO EAT

Comments from Suzie McGill, Artistic Director at Rainbow Room International and Schwarzkopf UK Ambassador

PUMPKIN ORANGE
Last year pumpkin spice was one of the biggest colour trends for the season, incorporating shades of copper or red with brunette tones or through balayage for a more low-maintenance hair shade. This season it's time to be a lot more adventurous and opt for vivid orange hues all over! Teamed with a short crop, this hairstyle is a great choice if you want to stand out from the crowd this season and be experimental with your hair. Hair by Meg (George Square) @meg_rri

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CHESTNUT PRALINE
Think chocolate praline with a subtle tint of red to give the hair colour warmth. This is a truly beautiful tone for the season, which looks incredibly natural but also gives your hair life and shine and flatters your complexion. This is a great choice if you don’t want to go too bold with your hair colour, but still want to inject some fun and warmth into it for the new season. Hair by Joele (George Square) @joele.hair

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CINNAMON SPICE
The ultimate autumn shade! This hue combines a medium brown base with undertones of red. The red/copper tones can be as bold or as subtle as you desire but are a necessity to give the medium brown a touch of spice and dimension. These red tones can also be incorporated into blonde hair to tone it down and give it warmth and a golden glow for the season. Hair by Grace (Stirling) @grace.rainbowroomint

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TOFFEE APPLE RED
The most delicious red. With this shade it’s all about the vibrancy and mega shine that the red provides to your hair. This is such an intense hue but looks fantastic on all skin tones, particularly those with lighter skin tones, flattering the complexion and allowing your facial features to really pop. The hair may need pre-lightened to achieve a brighter red hue like this and you will also need to consider your lifestyle when choosing this colour. Good quality hair care such as colour saving shampoos and hair treatments are also a necessity to keep this shade looking its best between appointments with optimum shine. Hair by Suzanne (East Kilbride) @suzi.rriek

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