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Highlights to Brighten Your Fall Hairstyle
October 31 2020

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The leaves have changed their colors and now it’s your turn to embrace the changing seasons. One of the easiest ways to brighten your hairstyle is by simply adding some highlights to your existing color. We’ll share a few of our favorites here to help inspire you as you choose a new look for fall.

Soft Peach

Rose gold was all the rage this time last year. This fall pastel peach is stealing the stage. This shade gives a bit of a fantasy feel but is much more subtle. Soft peach highlights are especially striking in strawberry blonde hair.

Cinnamon Spice

For brunettes, a cinnamon balayage is perfect to spice things up for autumn. Unlike chunky foil-wrapped streaks, balayage is painted on freehand allowing for a gradual progression of color from root to tips. This means low maintenance color that continues to look great, even as it grows out.

Chai Latte

Chai latte is the perfect choice for dark blondes to medium brunettes. Dark shadow roots give way to warm cinnamon and creamy blonde. This color combo will look amazing whether you choose traditional highlights or balayage.

Sun-Kissed Blonde

Your plans to spend the summer lounging on the beach soaking up the sun may have been put on hold this summer, but that doesn’t mean that you can’t look like you’ve spent hours in the sun. You can get that sun-kissed blonde look with a darker dirty blonde base and bright sunny blonde highlights concentrated in all the areas the sun would have bleached.

Come see the expert colorist at Pyara Spa and Salon for an easy color update for fall. We know that how you look affects how you feel, and we take pride in helping you to always look and feel your best. We’ll create unique highlights just for you to give your color the boost you’re looking for. Give us a call at 781-270-9200 to book your appointment. You can find us at 101 Middlesex Turnpike in Burlington or 1050 Massachusetts Ave. in Cambridge.

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