Fall is the perfect time for older women to switch up their hair color and try something new. Aimee Jörliden, a hairstylist from Helsingborg, Sweden, recommends rich, warm tones such as copper and chocolate to add depth and dimension to hair. If you have darker hair, it may not be realistic to achieve a blonde tone in one appointment, but Jörliden suggests using tape extensions to experiment with different colors without actually dying your hair. For those with blonde hair mixed with strands of grey or white, Jörliden suggests adding butterscotch or peach-toned lowlights to enhance the hair’s natural warmth.
Proper at-home care is also essential for maintaining healthy hair. Jörliden advises using high-quality products like Olaplex no6 and Olaplex no7, which act as moisturizers for dry, coarse hair. As hair can become drier and frizzier with age, upgrading to these products during the colder seasons can help hair retain its shine and flexibility.
So, if you’re looking to switch up your hair color this fall, don’t be afraid to embrace richer, warmer hues. Bring some inspiring photos to your next hair coloring appointment and experiment with new looks that complement your natural beauty.