Blackberry Hair Is The Perfect Autumn Style For Brunettes
Blackberry hair is the perfect style for brunettes who are looking for a new look for autumn but don't want to damage their hair with lots of bleach.
As the days get colder and the nights get longer, we all like to swap our style ready for autumn and sometimes a change in hair colour is exactly what we need.
But for brunettes, colouring your hair without damaging your locks can be difficult, however, this latest trend is the perfect alternative.
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The dark and sultry shade of purple looks like the perfect way to add a pop of colour to your hair without using those brighter colours more suited to summer.
Created by hairstylist Megan Schipani, the style takes around eight hours to achieve, but is super simple to maintain.
Megan used a balayage technique to lighten the strands that would be dyed purple and then applied L'Anza Hair Care Vibes in shades of purple to the hair with a hint of blue.
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Speaking to Allure about the style, Megan said: "My client came in telling me that she was a busy mum who needed low-maintenance colour that was still fun.
"The day before her appointment, I had received a few packages of a new direct-dye line and knowing that my client was in the market for purples, it just clicked.
"Believe it or not, this colour really doesn't require a whole lot of care, apart from the typical cold rinses and infrequent washing routine.
"Since I didn't bleach her out or touch her roots, the colour should grow out super smoothly."
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Megan also explained that blackberry trend will work for everyone as long as you pick shades of purple that match your skin tone.
For blondes there is also the toasted coconut hair colour that means you don't have to say goodbye to your blonde locks.
Influencers across Instagram have been loving the new 'bronde' look which sees a deep brunette hue fade to bright blonde towards the ends.
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