Caramel Hair Color is Trending for Fall—Here Are 15 Stunning Examples to Bring to Your Colorist
Warm up Your Hair Color for Fall with These Caramel Shades
We’ll take this caramel-cinnamon melt over ice, please and thanks. Nothing spices up chestnut brown like this combo.
This shade feels like an autumn sunset. The gold-flecked warm brown is pretty much made for fall.
Enter: the low-maintenance color of our dreams. By strategically placing a few brightened-up caramel pieces around the face, this chestnut mane by colorist Cherin Choi feels totally refreshed.
Find that inner glow with golden caramel-blonde. It’s like giving your brunette locks a festive makeover for fall.
Angled Caramel Bob
As if an angled bob isn’t sassy enough already, the extra shot of caramel to this espresso mane makes it even more stylish.
Sometimes a girl doesn’t want to go subtle. Just like our favorite tortoiseshell sunglasses, this mane is full of chestnut, toffee, caramel, and gold.
Any autumn chill is totally gone after catching a glimpse of this insanely warm caramel-cinnamon lob-length cut.
Who doesn’t want strands that look enviously kissed by the sun? Luckily, some well-placed balayage can do that year-round.
Give your bob a toasty new look for fall. This chestnut cut is flecked with piecey caramel strands courtesy colorist Johnny Ramirez.
We’re suddenly craving caramel-chocolate brownies. This piecey swirl infuses some major richness into dark hair.
Cold Brew Hair
Did someone order a cold brew coffee? This trending hair color melts into a rich caramel color.
This warmed-up mane is more about bringing fresh dimension to chocolate strands. By sticking with a subtle chestnut-caramel color, you’re guaranteeing that upkeep won’t be too high maintenance.
Make a dramatic statement by going dark espresso brown to buttery caramel-blonde. This color melt by stylist Carolynn Judd drips with style.
Can’t decide between going light or dark? Bronde is the ultimate compromise. In this bright inspiration, caramel is the darkest hue coating the roots, while a honey blonde covers the ends.
Warm up your strands even more for the winter months by coating them in a rich cinnamon-caramel shade.