Warm red and copper hair color isn’t necessarily groundbreaking for autumn, but the 2019 take is a world away from bold, pumpkin-spice tones. According to Kitty Greller, colorist at NYC’s Bumble and bumble salon, the warm tones should be rooted in a soft brown-meets-red. “For any base tone, a gingerbread caramel gives a warm, rich depth to the hair,” Greller explains.
Pro tip: “Keep the root natural, and the lifted tone to the ends or just around the face,” she says. “That very subtle warmth of the hair can make your cheeks seem rosier and your skin glow through the darker months.”