Fall Transitions: Hair Color

The magic of fall is contagious. The crisp temps transform our wardrobe, coffee choice and should even inspire a change to your hair.  Colair Beauty Lounge & Med Spa loves a beauty-enthusiast, someone who’s willing to take risks, and we’re here to help. Are you ready to transition your summer locks into autumn beauty?

Fall hair is all about rich and warm tones. It’s a time to banish the warm month’s damage with chlorine, sun exposure and seawater. Colair Beauty Lounge & Med Spa’s team of hair experts can help you with whatever fall transition if you’re looking for.

Are you ready to live that fall life thoroughly with some new color? Blondes can adopt butterscotch lowlights, which add dimension and keep you from looking washed out. Typically brunettes get a bit brassy in the summer, but go deep with a darker shade and a few warm honey highlights around the face to change your look. Maybe you’re a raven-haired goddess? Let’s try adding a red or violet-tint with gloss, or a deep red highlight for dimension.

Fall is the perfect time to experiment with your hair, but if your hair is suffering from the damage of summer, allow us to help remedy. Allow us to provide one of our treatments to get your hair smoothed our and nourished from the root up. After all, healthy hair is beautiful hair, no matter the season. Also, we can send you home with some hair-hydrating products from Pai-Shau to keep your locks looking great.

Feeling the need for change, but unsure of which direction to take your hair? When you work with the team of skilled stylist at Colair Beauty Lounge & Med Spa, you’ll be in the hands of someone who can guide and direct which style and color you should go with. We won’t let bad hair happen to you.

If you’d like to lean more about the hot fall styles and colors and how they’d work on you, please visit or call Colair Beauty Lounge & Med Spa at (480) 912-5325. Allow us to match your individual hair type and desired outcome with one of our stylist that will best fit you.

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