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5 Curly Hair Ideas for Fall
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5 Curly Hair Ideas for Fall

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Looking for curly hair inspiration this autumn? Look no further! Keep reading for our favorite curly hair color ideas for fall.
 

Red Wine

What’s more autumnal than red curly hair? If you’re looking for something bold, this shade may be your perfect choice for fall curls. With all the depth of your favorite glass of wine—think purple, copper, deep red, and chocolate brown hues—you won’t be able to resist giving it a taste.

 However, red hair fades more quickly than other hair colors. To keep your curls fiery, cut down on shampooing and aim to wash your hair no more than twice a week. If your hair needs a refresh in between shampoos, just wet it and apply Control Gel to maintain shiny, moisturized curls.

 

Pintura Highlights

If you’re looking for something more subtle look for your fall curls, try pintura highlights.
Similar to balayage, this curly hair color highlighting technique involves painting individual curls with color. This adds dimension and definition to your curls without a lot of damage.
 
Hint: this is a new technique, so make sure to call your salon ahead to time to make sure your colorist is trained in this highlighting method.

 

Jet Black

If you already have dark hair, try jet black! Just make sure you see a professional for this curly hair trend, since box formulas can leave metallic dyes on the hair that are almost impossible to remove.

 

Buttery Blonde

Prefer blonde curls? Try buttery blonde. This warm shade is the perfect fall update for light curls. Just be weary if you use bleach, since lightening curls can lead to damage. If you do choose to lighten your hair, play it safe and use a moisturizing leave-in conditioner on the regular to keep your curls healthy and moisturized.

 

Temporary Color

Coloring your hair can leave it parched and brittle. Since curly hair already tends to be more dry than other hair types, you want to skip the permanent hair color. But no worries, you can still experiment with curly hair color trends thanks to a host of new color-depositing conditioners. Whether you’re looking for red, rose gold, chocolatey brown, or even blue, these conditioners can add pigment to your hair without the damage of traditional hair dyes.

 
What’s your favorite curly hair color idea for fall? Let us know in the comment section below!