Autumn Hair Colour Trends from Hair Ministry Group Salons in Ipswich
As the whirlwind that was 2021 Summer comes to a close (sigh), we're looking ahead at the hottest Autumn hair colour trends for 2021 at our hairdressing salons in Ipswich. What can we say? At Hair Ministry Group, we love staying ahead of the game!
Our team of creative hair colour technicians and stylists love to stay on top of the latest hair colour trends and techniques. You can find out more about the hair colour services we offer here. From warm caramel balayage tones to re-booted rose gold, here are all the top hair colour trends everyone will be obsessed with for Autumn 2021...
The pastel hair colour trend isn’t going anywhere - think dreamy lilacs, pretty pinks and soft, coral tones. Perfect for brightening up those cosy Autumn nights.
Chocolatey Caramel Hair Colours
Deep, chocolatey hair never goes out of style. At first glance, your strands may seem to be all one shade, but look closer and you'll notice some caramel highlights emphasizing your waves. Ask your stylist for a subtle balayage to get the desired effect.
Autumnal Copper Hair Colours
There’s a reason why the classic Autumn copper hair colour trend has staying power. Hints of copper give your locks a warm, autumnal vibe, whilst also adding lots of depth and dimension. Best of all? Copper hair colour looks great on both dark and fair complexions.
Book Your Complimentary Hair Colour Consultation at our Top Ipswich Salons
We really are the best in Ipswich when it comes to transforming your hair. Whether it’s a flattering haircut or a sensational hair colour, make sure you book in for a complimentary consultation if you are considering something new. Call your local Ipswich salon on one of the links below or book securely online using the pop-up button.
Please note: If you have not had your hair coloured with us before or it has been six months since your last hair colour appointment, you will need a quick and simple skin sensitivity test at least 48 hours before your hair colour appointment