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As the leaves begin to change, you may consider changing up your hair too. Welcome the (best) season with this bright new look: fallayage. A warm, subtle, low-maintenance take on the classic balayage, fallayage adds dimension and shine back into your locks from a sun-kissed summer.

As you Salon Pros know, clients like going warmer in the fall to compensate for their diminishing tans and sun-bleached hair. Use fallayage to incorporate those honey, sunset hues and create a look that embraces the season (and blows your client’s mind).  

Colorist Tina Deeke told Allure that fallayage is perfect for clients seeking a minimal refresh. Instead of spending hours at the salon bleaching and dying your hair summery, neon shades, switch to these rich, autumnal shades for an easy transition. 

One thing’s for sure, we’re falling in love with fallayage.

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