Now that it’s officially fall, we can all agree that the majority of us are hitting our stylist’s chair for darker tones of hair color. Darker tones of ombres, balayages, or dip dyes are the latest hair trends of the season. It’s a perfect compromise for those that don’t want to give up their blond hue. Here are some ways you can use Donna Bella Hair extensions to achieve each one of these looks.

Ombre. An ombre features darker, more natural colors at the roots of your hair that transition into a lighter color at the ends. A perfect combination for a fall ombre would be a dark and light tone of brown. Hair colors like #8 and #6 are a beautiful combination to try, and they come in all four methods (I-Link, Kera-Link, Tape-In, and Clip-In).

Balayage. This technique shows off a natural, more sunkissed glow that looks like you’ve been sitting under the sun for hours. It’s an ideal fall makeover for those that aren’t quite ready to get rid of their summer blond. Since balayages consist of highlights, try adding a few strands of colors #27, #8, and #5B to your mix. These colors can be found in I-Link, Kera-Link, and Tape-In extensions.

Dip Dyes. Also known as “the melt”. We love how this unsubtle color turns your hair from extremely bright roots to extremely dark ends. The best thing about this technique is that it doesn’t take much to blend. If you already have bright blond roots, like color #24, for example, try adding length with colors like #5B or #6. These colors are also available in I-Link, Kera-Link, and Tape-In extensions.

All of these hair colors can be accomplished with hair extensions if you don’t want to put your natural hair through the coloring process. These color jobs do require blending to create the subtle looks. We always recommend ordering a color wheel (if you do not have one) so you know which colors will blend best before ordering your bundles. If you plan on coloring the hair extensions, always make sure to do a strand test first.

We’d love to be part of your fall makeover! If you have any questions, please ask!