This fall is all about warmer colors that help light up your face. Issa Rae brings dimension to her hair with strands of light-catching copper and auburn.
If you want to mix up your brunette hair, try a deep shade of reddish-brown like Claire Foy. Chestnut hair warms up your features while still being subtle.
Megan Fox has always been a famous brunette, but this fall, she's opted for a darker shade. Sable strands add deep contrast to her features. If you choose to go for black hair like Fox, make sure to keep it multi-dimensional so that it doesn't fall flat.
Even platinum blonde is getting a makeover this season. While platinum of seasons past has typically been icy and cool-toned, this fall is all about golden undertones, like Anya Taylor Joy.
Money piece highlights are strategically placed to add pops of color at the front of your face. These face-brightening strands have been trending for a while now, but they will continue to reign through the rest of 2022. Lean into warmer colors like Mindy Kaling did and go for red-toned money pieces.
Feeling a little pale? This warm trend is sure to illuminate your complexion and revitalize your look. "[Strawberry blonde] shades breathe life into lighter skin and can be custom-mixed by a colorist to pair with most skin tones," says Edward Blum, founder and owner of Makeovers Salon + Spa.
Bright blues, hot pinks, vibrant purples — more people are experimenting with temporary hair color like Overtone that lasts for just a few washes instead of committing to bleach and a salon visit.
Keke Palmer's pinkish-red locks make for a bold, attention-getting hair color. If you're not ready to commit, temporary dye is a great way to try out a bright shade like this.
If Keke Palmer's shade of cherry red is a little too bright for your taste, try Zendaya's more natural-looking burgundy. The deep auburn shade is the perfect way for those with olive skin or darker to go red.
For those with pale skin, this light, cool-toned baby blonde will give your face a healthy glow, like Elle Fanning. But if you're currently a brunette proceed with caution.
Shine is key to this glossy hue. If you're worried that this color will be too dark for you, ask your stylist for some subtle balayage highlights like Lucy Hale's — which will soften any color.
Waiting a while for your next salon visit? You're not the only one — stars like Dua Lipa have embraced this casual, low-maintenance trend.