Fall is upon us! Time to switch the crop tops and shorts for sweaters and tights and trade in those beachy waves for an autumn look. Whether you’re in need of a reset or added hydration from summer hair damage or you’ve been itching to change your hair color, fall is the perfect excuse to switch it up and make sure your hair is healthy. Keep reading to find out some of the Verb girls’ favorite ways to wear our hair this season:
Repair summer damage
Hair damaged from the summer heat, chlorine or saltwater? The combination of any of those things can leave your hair feeling dull, dry and in need of some TLC. The first step to healthy hair post-summer activities is a reset to start fall fresh. Luckily, the Reset Kit includes everything you’ll need to clarify, repair and treat damaged hair in an easy 3-step system. Deep cleanse your hair with the Clarifying Shampoo, restore dull strands with intense hydration thanks to the Repairing Mask and seal it all in with the Sealing Mist. With key ingredients like sea water for a deep cleanse, green tea extract packed with antioxidants and honey to lock in moisture and strengthen the hair follicle, this kit will erase all the summer damage from your locks.
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Need extra hydration?
There’s a chance you had a lot of fun this summer and that’s a very good thing, just maybe not for your hair. If you spent time sunbathing or heat styling and your hair needs a boost of hydration, we’ve got the ideal product for this. Hydrating Mask is a rich, restorative deep conditioning treatment designed to nourish your hair. Apply the mask after shampooing and let it sit for 5-7 minutes, 10 minutes if you really need it or pro-tip for the seriously damaged… leave on overnight! Afterward, you’ll feel the softness back in your hair which will make it much more manageable. Switch in this mask in place of your conditioner weekly and your hair will be ready for fall!
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Reach for a hat
You can bring your hair back to health with products but a big step to reviving damaged hair is to wash/heat style as little as possible. While you can use dry shampoo 2 days in a row, we like to opt for the fashionable version to add one extra day of no washing...hats! Hats are a great way to give your hair a much needed break and extend your wash day which means your hair’s natural oils can keep nourishing your hair under your cute hat.
You can pick from wide brim Panama hats, fedora hats, beanies, the world is your oyster! A good hat can add the perfect finishing touch to your look (added bonus, more time to sleep too). Here’s some inspo
Add some Autumn fall hair colors
Now that you’ve reset your hair back to its most natural state with the Reset Kit and fully hydrated with the Hydrating Mask, it’s a great time to switch it up and try some fall hair colors. Lots of people find inspiration from the beautiful fall leaves that change from green to orange, red, and all the shades of brown. We love a great reason to switch up our look and try the latest hair color trends—so as the seasons change so does our hair! The trick with this look is in the method. Go for a color melt if you’re looking to seamlessly transition your hair from dark at the roots to lighter at the bottom. Make sure to keep in mind with any color changes the upkeep and follow up appointments that go into major hair changes.
If going for the full autumn look isn’t your thing, there’s still lots of looks you could try. One of our favorite looks for fall is the dimensional brunette. This look consists of applying different shades of brunette on your hair though balayage, foils or what stylists call the “foliayage” a combination of both methods. The result is a brunette look that isn’t dull but instead has seemingly more texture and dimension by playing with different shades. The good thing about this one is that once you’re ready to go lighter you just need to go into another session so your stylist can go lighter – this way, if you plan on going blonde, you can do it gradually to keep your hair healthy.
If there’s one time of the year to try red hair, it’s fall. Match your hair color to the season by going for a burnt orange look that doesn’t stray too much to full red or orange, but instead a nice sunset orange color. If you’re in the mood for some fun, have your stylist play around with some darker or lighter shades of red to get the color you want.
Check out some photo inspo of different red hair:
Want more Fall looks? DM us at @verbproducts on Instagram and we can help with tips, tricks, inspo and recommendations for your unique hair type.