Seasons Change ...and so should your Hair

Seasons Change ...and so should your Hair
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It’s fall. The leaves are changing from green to red, orange, yellow, rust and gold. Pumpkin spice fills the air and pumkin everything is taking over the supermarket. But... Have you booked an ap- pointment for your new fall hairstyle?

Going darker in the fall is something women have been doing for years, and with good reason. It’s dramatic - especially set against the world of colour outside. Days become shorter and colder, and we spend a lot less time outdoors. Therefore, we lose our glorious summer glow that made the platinum blonde tresses we rocked next to the pool look washed out and lackluster.

Adding some rich chocolate low lights to over-processed blonde can refresh and revitalize your look, without a drastic change. For those a little more daring, a bold and vibrant red may be just what you need to survive and rock a Thanksgiving dinner at the in-laws. No matter which option you chose, darker locks appear richer and healthy, especially right after your color application.

Now that you’re ready to make the change, talk to one of the talented stylists included in the beauty and hair salon categories found through the myPBC.ca search. Explore which new hue will work best for you. These trusted professionals can explain how your skin tone, eye color, and the make-up you currently use can influence which shade will compliment you best. From maintenance-free balayage to an all over color endeavor, they will have you fall ready in no time.

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