Warren Tricomi Salons Names Fall 2020's Hottest Color Trends

Find out the biggest hair color trends of Fall 2020 from Warren Tricomi Salons.

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Warren Tricomi Top 10 Hair TrendsWarren Tricomi Top 10 Hair TrendsWarren Tricomi Salons describes Fall 2020's top hair color trends.

Cofounder Edward Tricomi is an extremely well-known master celebrity stylist. He has worked with George Clooney, Scarlett Johansson and Mick Jagger, just to name a few celebrities. 

Predicted Trends Include:

Mushroom Blonde-This look perfectly straddles the line between dirty blonde and brunette. It's the best of both worlds! 

Creamy Blonde-This look is a milky blend of platinum and sandy blonde. It is the perfect transitional shade for bleach-blondes looking to add some depth for fall, without losing their overall blonde aesthetic or dealing with a significant contrasting shock. 

Bronde-A gorgeous mixture of blonde and brunette tones that will add warmth to even the palest skin tones. 

Rooted Gold-An iconic shadowed root with bright and bold mid-length to ends to give that beloved ombre look, but bolder. This look keeps the darkness primarily at the root area.

Pumpkin Spice-Pumpkin spice latte haircolor is a  warm brunette shade with coppery undertones and a flicker of fiery red. 

Blood Orange-Red-This look consists of lowing red-copper hues and these scarlet shades, perfect for the fall. This trend is on the rise.

Cinnamon Balayage- A sprinkle of warm cinnamon balayage pieces, adding a few pops of color and dimension. This color is recommended for medium brunettes. 

Golden Black-This glamorous style is an almost-black brunette color with a hint of gold undertones.

Shimmering Cold Brew-This color combination is a great way to warm up timeless brunette colors, by mimicking how an iced coffee looks as you stir in a splash of cream. It is recommended to add bronze babylights into a darker brown base to achieve this look. 

Chocolate Truffle-This shade infuses not just one but two variations of brown together. The warmer and cooler tones work collectively to design an exquisite shade.

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