How to Transition Your Hair Color From Summer to Fall
on September 14th, 2017
Summer is over! That's why our salon member Pedro Sanchez Boutique Coiffeur in Zürich gives some examples how to best transition your hair color from summer to fall!
"Life starts all over again when it gets crisp in the fall" wrote F. Scott Fitzgerald in The Great Gatsby.
It's all about making hair richer, warmer, or cooler, as well as getting rid of unwanted tones from the sun and elements. We suggest cleansing the hair with Shu Uemura Cleansing Oil Shampoo to undo the damage of fade-inducing sunlight, chlorine, and seawater. Once all strands are detoxed, you can recalibrate your choice of shade.
For blondes, there's no time like fall to embrace warmth. For glowing color with a graceful grow out, Pedro Sanchez first creates dimension with butterscotch
lowlights, then bolsters highlights with a golden gloss.
Before lightening up, a brunette must go darker. Usually brunettes get brassy in the summer, so go one or two shades darker with your single process to counteract any unwanted orange or red tones.
Whether washed-out ginger or eye-popping vermillion, avoid cool undertones, we suggest. If you do want the balayage treatment, tone highlights with a copper or strawberry hue.
When the temperatures begin to drop, nothing suits jet-black hair like a cool-girl violet or a red tint achieved with gloss. Deep cinnamon baby-highlights add sparkle when the hair moves.