The change in our Colorado weather has me reaching for chunky sweaters, tall boots and fall lipsticks. The only thing missing from this fall transformation is a revolution in hair color. The time has come to cascade into deeper tones and richer hues to help with the fading of my summer tan.

As skin gets lighter, finding a balance with hair color can help to keep your complexion looking flushed instead of pale or flat. Here are the top colors to dye your way into a gorgeous fall season:

 

Wheat Blonde

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photo InStylemagazine.com

Tone down your summer platinum for wheat-infused blonde this fall. Maintaining its youthfulness, this updated blonde has touches of golden tones and darker roots, making it a must for any light complexion.

 

Rose Gold to Copper

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Emma Stone captures this trend with ease. Combining the dark tones of copper with lighter highlights in rose gold, this color screams fall. Spiced lattes, pumpkin patches and this hair color are all you need.

 

Blonde Meets Bronze

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photo harpersbazaar.com

Every brunette should be taking notes; this color trend is made for you. Instantly brighten your face with this combination of gold and bronze highlights. Strategically placed around the face and from mid-length down to the ends, this low maintenance do picks up flat color and tosses it out the window.

 

Rich Chocolate

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photo herinterest.com

Dark and delicious, this rich color for fall has grabbed the attention of many a-list beauties. Finding the perfect mix of chocolate and chestnut is key to creating this multi-toned fall color. Dark hues work on all complexions making this color choice nearly bulletproof for the fall and winter seasons.

Dark Ombre

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photo harpersbazaar.com

The days of the dramatic ombre are long gone. This fall season we have a subtler version of last year’s breakout hairstyle. Focused more on low-lights throughout the under layers, this look is far softer than its predecessor, eliminating the harsh lines and creating a more natural overall effect.

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