Programmed as kids, post-Labor Day doesn’t just signal the inability to wear white pants, it also indicates “back-to-school” and the feeling of change associated with it. While it used to mean buying Kaboodles and spiral notebooks now it prompts us to make swift changes to our style. From finally getting bangs to picking up a new shade of lipstick or a new hair hue. Back-to-school is the perfect time to switch things up. If you've always wanted to try out pastel tips or go for a bold new shape, fall is a great time to test out the latest hair shades.
Whether hinting at the shade with subtle highlights or opting for an all-over wash, this shade was a fan favorite from festival season through summer and is a welcomed way to ring in the fall. This shade will help keep a hint of summer days alive even as the temps begin to change. An easy transition for blondes and highlighted brunettes – upkeep is also eased with new Redken Shades EQ VB & V!
Our favorite way to turn up caramel shades this season is by adding a hint of rose. It is the perfect blend for brunette highlight clients looking for a way to change their shade without a large-scale transition. It will warm your clients up before the winter weather hits while adding an undertone of interest. While this hue can be achieved on blondes, brunettes will thrive with this subtle shade transition. The game plane? Consider a teasylight or foilyage technique and then pair with SHADES EQ 5CC + 5G + 6 RR on mid-lengths and 8C + 8CR + 8GG on the ends.
Blondes are wearing their hair louder and prouder than ever by embracing their brightest levels. The first step in achieving these shades are by pre-lifting utilizing Redken Flash Lift Bonder Inside for a healthy base. Next, tone with ShadesEQ gloss 010VV Lavander Ice for 20 minutes to get this gorgeous true to tone blonde as Elizabeth Faye did!