The Fall Hair Colors You're About to See Everywhere

Move over, pumpkin spice—these are going to be an even bigger trend.

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We blinked and now it's summer. But fall will be here before you know it, and rather than stick to your same ol' hair color for another season, consider mixing it up with some of the ridiculously pretty fall hair colors we've seen popping up on celebs and models. Because when the air turns crisp, pumpkin spice lattes start littering your Instagram feed again, and you've pulled your trusty black leggings out of hibernation (just kidding, you've been wearing them for the past three months), you know it's time to revive your hair shade. As salons are slowly re-opening and celebrities are starting to play with their hair color again, we're seeing more inspo that we need to throw in our save folder. Whether you're looking for a complete hair color do-over or just a post-quarantine update, chances are there's a shade on this list that you'll want to try yourself. From raven black to creamy blonde, these shades are the perfect colors to complement the season.

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Flaming Red

With our favorite celebrities stuck in quarantine, we're getting to see them experiment with colors we never thought we'd see. Red hair is having a major moment—fire engine red, Jessica Rabbit orange, and everything in between—are becoming popular again. Dua Lipa DIYed her bright red hair and we're loving it.

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Flaming Red

Ashleigh Murray's warm curls.

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Jessica Chastain's natural red.

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Kim Kardashian's Ariel-esque look.

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Madelaine Petsch's old-school Hollywood waves.

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Classic Brown

A no-nonsense brunette look has been so underrated in the past, but as the seasons change, we're looking forward to some au naturel brown tones. Daisy Edgar Jones' appearance in Normal People has inspired a new wave of classic, clean brown locks. This is neither pitch black nor strawberry blonde, but a delightful middle ground that suits everyone.

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Classic Brown

Salma Hayek's warm-toned brown hair.

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Classic Brown

Lily Collins' girl-next-door waves.

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Classic Brown

Rashida Jones' bob and bangs.

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Classic Brown

Whitney Cummings' deep side part.

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Bright Colors

Meghan Trainor is one of many celebs who isn't afraid to try new things. Celebrities and normal people alike have been way too bored the last few months, which makes that box of Manic Panic dye look really good. Whether you're doing for a full head of neon or pastel colors, or just a stripe here and there, unnatural is the new natural.

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Bright Colors

Hayley Kiyoko's DIY rainbow hair.

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Lena Waithe's multi-colored buzzcut.

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Billie Eilish's two-toned neon hair.

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Ruby Rose's pink and blue buzzcut.

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Creamy Blonde

Creamy blonde hair like Reese Witherspoon's has been spiking on our social feeds this month, and for good reason: The milky blend of platinum and blonde is the perfect transitional shade for any bleach-blondes looking to go a bit darker for fall, without having to deal with a huge contrast shock. See more celebrities rock the look, ahead.

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Creamy Blonde

Amandla Stenberg's braided bob.

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Kirsten Dunst's shoulder-skimming lob.

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Zoë Kravitz's choppy pixie cut.

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Lili Reinhart's side-swept waves.

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Bronde

While bronde was a serious contender for the most-talked-about hue of last year, this low-maintenance blend of blonde and brunette colors, like Jessica Alba's, is still going strong for fall, mostly because of its magical ability to add warmth to even the most-pale of skin tones instantaneously. See more celebrities rock the look, ahead.

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Karlie Kloss' wispy topknot.

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Margot Robbie's messy, just-woke-up waves.

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Taraji's sleek, blunt-cut bob.

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Sofia Vergara's voluminous waves.

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Caramel Highlights

If your dark hair is in need of a re-vamp this fall, look to warm, molasses-hued highlights, à la Selena Gomez and Beyoncé, which immediately add dimension and brightness to wavy hair. See more celebrities rock the look, ahead.

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Caramel Highlights

Selena Gomez's face-framing waves.

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Ciara's center-parted waves.

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Jennifer Lopez's half-up bun (and abs, abs, and more abs).

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Natalie Portman's wavy bob.

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