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Chocolatey Toned Balayage Ideas To Suit The Fall Season

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Sep 25, 2020
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Quarantine has forced us to miss several hair appointments over the past few months. Many of us cannot wait to freshen up our hair looks for fall.

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Fall is the season for the hair update we have all been looking forward to lately. Current hair trends also encourage subtle changes that won’t require constant touch-ups. This easy maintenance route is ideal for the uncertain times we are living in right now,

Colorists and stylists promote the hand-painted highlight look for women who want a shift this season. A dark rooted brunette with light balayage is a simple and beautiful way to brighten up your hair this fall. The perfect color combination is available for anyone, simply look through our list of color options below.

Chocolate Chai

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IGK Salons colorist, Stephanie Brown, coined the term ‘chocolate chai’. Stephanie likens this soft color to faking the highlight’s you would get from a summer at the beach.

To achieve this look the natural dark roots are left as is and highlights are painted at the end of the hair. Midshaft and face-framing pale brown highlights are also added and voila! You have a new head of hair to enjoy.

Spicy Chocolate Chai

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This color is chocolate chai, but warmer. The balayage is performed the same as the style mentioned above, with warmer brown highlights reflecting blonder highlights. This hair color looks like a chai latte with a little extra dash of cinnamon and a hint of cayenne pepper.

Golden Honey

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Women with lighter hair tones are not left out of this balayage transformation. Colorists encourage a seasonal transition for the brighter blondes to a warmer honey tone in autumn. Growing roots can be left untouched except for adding dimension and tone to the overall balayage.

Cinnamon Copper

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This color is the spicy chocolate chai color’s more fiery sister. The hint of cayenne pepper becomes a dash with a little bit of smoked paprika to achieve a crimson undertone.

There are many ways to blend this copper and highlight texture, so plenty of pre-salon research is ideal. Gather as many images as possible for your colorist to find a tone that will look most natural on you.

Smoky Cocoa

This balayage brightens up black or very dark brunette base colors for the fall. Colorists paint in highlights that are a shade or two away from the natural brunette to achieve this subtle chocolate hue.

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