The 2014 Fall Hair Color Trends You Must Try

Rachel Krause
The 2014 Fall Hair Color Trends You Must Try
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We have a pretty laissez-faire attitude when it comes to seasonal hair color: If you want to go bright blonde in the dead of winter, or blackest black in July, then by all means, go for it. That's not to say, however, that we aren't up to date on the latest trends. These 2014 fall hair color trends, as seen on celebrities, are totally doable—okay, some more so than others, but we can definitively say that there's something for everyone here.

Bronde
Yes, you read that correctly, and no, it's not a typo: Bronde is the naturally occurring love child of blonde and brown, resulting in a warm, nuanced in-between hue. It's the perfect shade for fall because it's flexible—add highlights and you're back to blonde, or add lowlights and it's a deeper chocolate brown. Chrissy Teigen wears her bronde look with dark roots, which makes the grow-out process a breeze.

Photo: Dimitrios Kambouris/Getty Images

Sombré
Meet ombré's fall-ready younger sister. Sombré has a similar balayage gradation to ombré, but has a softer, less dramatic effect, like Kerry Washington's piecey caramel highlights. They brighten up her entire look, but the subtlety and well-blended technique allow the color to look natural.

Photo: Craig Barritt/Getty Images

Platinum Blonde
Platinum never goes out of style, but it's particularly in this season—and those dark roots are, too. Bottle blondes world over are making like Julianne Hough and allowing natural regrowth to work with their color rather than against it.

Photo: Araya Diaz/WireImage/Getty Images

Beige Blonde
Warm, sunny blondes will always have their place, but a soft, wheat-y neutral blonde like Jennifer Lawrence's is where it's at right now. Brighter pieces around the face and interspersed throughout keep the beige tone from becoming too flat and one-dimensional.

Photo: Jason Merritt/Getty Images

Deep Chocolate
A rich dark brown is totally classic and, if you're a natural brunette like Selena Gomez, easy to maintain. Bonus: The darker your hair is, the better it reflects light, making for super shiny strands like Selena's.

Photo: Jon Kopaloff/FilmMagic/Getty Images

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