Red hair is always in style for autumn, this year I think we'll see a shift towards more rich, vibrant shades. Think deep chilli, fiery paprika, and bright cayenne pepper. Use weekly hair masks such as the Osmo Deep Moisture Intensive Deep Repair Mask £6.99 to ensure your spicy toned hair stays looking healthy and nourished. Team with Osmo Colour Revive Radiant Red £12.99 for those punchy paprika tones.
Copper hair was a huge hit last year and I’d love to see it make a return. It could even be just playing around with toners so blondes can also get the feel. OSMO Blinding Shine Illuminating Finisher (£10.99) is a great product to ensure a glossy spicy tone. Use OSMO Colour Revive Intense Copper to keep those spice rack roots vibrant and resplendent in ginger root, cayenne, chilli, and paprika hues.
To add depth to plain locks, try cinnamon spiced highlights. Cinnamon highlights are a great way to add warmth and dimension to your hair without going too drastic. This trend is all about subtle, natural-looking highlights that add a touch of brightness to your hair. Whether you're a natural brunette or blonde, slices of cinnamon can add some spice this spooky season. To keep your salon colour for longer, use OSMO Deep Moisture Shampoo and Conditioner (£8.99) to hydrate and nourish your locks.
Blonde for me is an all-year colour. There are so many different tones and shades of blonde so you can alter the colour for each season to be more “on trend”. Blonde hair never goes out of style, but this season, we're seeing a trend towards salt and pepper cooler, ashy and grey tones. Think shades of platinum, icy blonde, and silver. This trend works particularly well for those with cool skin tones, but anyone can pull off a beautiful ashy blonde hue with the right shade and tone. I’d recommend the new OSMO Colour Revive (£16.65) in shades Cafe Latte and Vanilla Latte. Café Latte is great for Blondes wanting a warmer tone whilst the Vanilla Latte is perfect for those who fancy an ashier peppery tone.
Warm brown hair is always a classic, but this time, we're seeing a trend towards richer, darker shades with depth. Think Cloves, Cocoa Powder, Nutmeg and Cardamon. These shades work particularly well for those with warm skin tones, but anyone can pull off a Cocoa brown hue with the right shade and tone.
Glossy Brunette hair will always be a reign strong especially going into the colder months, people love to change their hair with the seasons – mixing it up to match their natural skin tone. I usually advise clients to try lowlights first to see if they enjoy the darker side. The OSMO Wonder 10 Shampoo and Conditioner (£14.99) is ideal for keeping hair shiny, split end free and helps reduce breakage. The OSMO Fibre Bond Technology helps strengthen and protect your hair so is a must-use for me.
OSMO is available in hair salons nationwide and online from Sally Beauty.