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 Super Cute Fall 2020 Hair Color Trends

There’s something about fall that makes it the best season of the year. Pumpkin spice everything, cozy fall layers, and the changing colors of the leaves – they all make it the most Instagrammable time of the year. It’s also back-to-school season, which means it’s the perfect time to switch up your look. The easiest way to do that is to go all out with a whole new look.

These 2020 fall hair colors pair up perfectly with your flannels and scarves and will definitely take your selfie game to the next level. If you’re unsure of what your next look should be, we’ve gathered some back to school hair inspiration to take to the hairstylist. Here are all the cutest fall hair color trends everyone will be obsessed with for 2020.

Outgrown Balayage

We know there are endless Pinterest cliches telling you to go darker for fall, but I’m just sayin’ a few highlights never hurt anyone. Bring some light color through the bottom of your hair, but keep your roots natural.


Hints of orange worked into dark bronze hair gives your whole entire look a little extra GLOW.

Chocolate Fade

Elevate your go-to brunette hue by going just a few shades darker towards your roots. It’ll offer suber subtle dimension, as seen on this stunning shot of Shay Mitchell.

Ash Blonde

If you haven’t noticed, gray hair is in. Ash blonde is hair that’s primarily shaded blonde, but tinted with cool undertones of gray. The frosted look is versatile enough to take you into the colder weather while complementing all of your fall outfits.

Rose Gold

This festival fave looks just as hot apple picking as it does in the Coachella desert. Subtle rose-gold hints perfectly compliment light brown hair, so instead of doing an all-over dye, try some subtle highlights.


STEP. AWAY. FROM. THE. TONER. White-blonde strands are great for summer, but are just a little *too* extra for fall. Warm up your look like Dove Cameron with just a hint of orange.

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