4 hairstyles that are going to be big this season

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By SPECIAL CORRESPONDENT

newdesk@reporter.co.ke

In need of a hair refresh? Before your next trip to the salon, find the best new hue for you with this guide to the hottest hair color trends of the season.

The best part? Many of these popular shades are surprisingly effortless, like “neutral” hair and rocking your roots (yes, really!). Here, four gorgeous hair color ideas to ask your stylist for this fall.

The hottest color collab of the season: coppery red meets bronzy brunette, aptly called ‘ronze. “It’s a great choice for fall as we transition from brights to deeper colors,” says Charlie Taylor, a celebrity colorist in New York City.

The rich hue, worn by celebs like Emma Stone and Eva Longoria, brings warmth to every skin tone. To get the look, ask your colorist for a semipermanent gloss, which adds tone and dimension to all hair colors except gray.

(If you have grays to cover, you’ll need both a permanent dye job and the gloss.) Since red shades are notoriously quick to fade, cut back on shampooing between salon visits, advises Taylor, and when you do suds up, use a color-depositing shampoo, like Joico Color Infuse Red Shampoo ($16;amazon.com), which revives your shade and ups shine.

Read more: http://www.health.com/beauty/hair-color-ideas?xid=healthyliving09182016

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