BEUATY BAR: Falling For Rich Red Hues

Red. It’s just a fall color isn’t it? Red trees. Red apples. Red plaids. Red hair. Or at least that’s what it means for this Fashionista. On this chilly and gray fall day her red hair adds a flash of color to the scenery.

It’s not just bold college students who are adopting this hair trend. There are celebrities who have been donning the look for seasons (who could ever forget Emma Stone’s perfect red locks?) and the numbers are only growing. Not as vibrant as some red hues, this ruby shade is a perfect segway for girls who have naturally darker hair but still want to go red, or who are looking for something that adds color while still maintaining a sense of neutrality. It’s edgy without any of the potential abrasiveness that comes with ultra bright variations of the color. Hair like this is a statement that can be a part of your look every day.

This Fashionista complements her beautiful hair with a cozy outfit comprised entirely of gray scale pieces. From the basic white T-shirt to the gray leggings, this outfit calls for a cozy cup of tea and a good book. She adds some excitement to these closet basics with a chunky cardigan printed with adorable Disney Jack Skellington faces and heeled black booties.

What’s on the BEAUTY BAR: This Fashionista was able to skip the bleach given the deep nature of the color and go straight for the dye using a color from L’Oreal Paris called Power Red. In order to maintain the vibrancy of the red she uses Pantene Color Revival shampoo and conditioner, as well as a protective spray called 12 Benefits that is applied before blow-drying her hair. All of these products will help you get the most out of your dye every time.