Fall and Winter 2010 Haircolor Trends

When temperatures start to drop, haircolors will stay warm with dark chocolate brunettes, deep mahogany redheads and golden blondes. Tracey Cunningham, Redken Creative Consultant for Color, has the latest in Fall haircolor trends and professional haircolor products to achieve these trends and get the hottest looks of the season.

“It’s easy to update your look from summer to fall,” explains Cunningham. “I warm my clients’ shades up in the Fall/Winter season with brilliant copper-red shades which is why I love Redken’s new Color Fusion Rubilane Collection. It creates the perfect sophisticated and modern copper-red shades.

Fall/Winter 2010 Trend #1: Brunettes

”For my brunette clients, I plan to keep their base a dark chocolate truffle hue but you’ll see a lot of thick golden highlights starting from the mid-section of their hair. Let it be fun and flirty in the winter months to spice up your look, think Lily Aldridge for this look!”

Fall/Winter 2010 Trend #2: Redheads

“Va va voom color! Redheads this Fall/Winter will lean towards a single process tone, with no highlights just vibrant deep mahogany tones. For this must-have look of the season, think Julianne Moore. She has the most luscious shade of red that’s full of intense shine.”

Fall/Winter 2010 Trend #3: Blondes

“The Fall/Winter blonde will be a California blonde with the base a shade darker to give some dimension to the look. The blonde locks will be light and golden to compliment your client’s look of the season. This look is so fun and can be worn from season to season! Think Kate Bosworth for this blonde shade, it pops on her and looks great with a red lip.”

To complete the Fall/Winter haircolor story, Redken is launching the new Color Fusion Rubilane Collection creating warm and modern brunettes and redheads,” states Cunningham. “The six new easy-to-use, versatile shades provide gorgeous copper-red results for women looking for a range of perfect copper colors that are more vibrant and last longer.”

Redken’s new Color Fusion Rubilane Collection features Colorbond Technology:
• High Tenacity Dyes that lock together inside the hair
• Ceramide that repairs the surface and seals the hair to protect the beauty of the color
• Cationic Conditioners that nourish and smooth the hair
• Coconut Oil that helps form a protective barrier against water

Clients looking for these shades should ask their colorist about the following shades:

Ask for NEW Color Fusion 4Cb for the base and Blonde Icing Power Lift for soft golden highlights

Ask for NEW Color Fusion 4C and 5Cc for beautiful, vibrant copper-red tones

Ask for Color Fusion 8Gg and Color Fusion for the base and Blonde Icing Power Lift for beach blonde highlights

  1. Ouidad Blog

    November 30, 2010 at 11:32 am

    Trend #1 is gorgeous and a lot of people don’t have to work too hard at maintaining the look. It’s great to sometimes go with a style you don’t have to worry about touching up every few weeks. ;-)

    Katie for Ouidad