For the last few years, many ladies have been rocking the ombré hair as seen here on Lily Aldridge. This low maintenance style actually looks better as it grows out with darker roots and lighter tips. Transitioning from solid root-to-tip color towards gradual dark-to-light makes a lot of sense for fall. Summer’s highlights can appear a little harsh against fairer skin. It never hurts to freshen and revise your presentation every season.Ombré mimics the hair’s natural darkening as the Sun retreats and most of us head indoors. This look feels right for this time of year, no?When executed correctly, the color shift should be subtle and without clear lines of demarcation like Mz. Simpson. It should not look like the tips of your hair were soaked in a bucket of bleach à la Teyana Taylor. Some may argue that ombré is so over, but this inexpensive alternative to pricey and high maintenance highlights ain’t going anywhere. This modern and easy color option flatters most folks.At the moment, Giuliana Rancic is the unabashed poster girl for this trend. She’s been repping this look for a hot minute. We agree her extensions are about six inches too long though, right? Desperate much?Those who want to crank it up a notch, consider a gradient of red hues or working a strong bang into the mix.
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