Fall's Latest Haircolor Trends Might Make You Thirsty

While everyone is rejoicing for pumpkin spice lattes, stylists are brewing up an entirely new batch of fall drink-inspired hair colors for the season. Joining the delectable cream soda color that debuted last month, the latest trends—vanilla milkshake and root beer—are dimensional, customizable and oh so tasty. 

To create a vanilla milkshake color, keep the base natural and lighten with cool blonde tones. The result: A low-maintenance color that's suitable for all hair types and skin tones. For your dark-haired clients, try out the multi-tonal root beer color that we've seen on celebs like Olivia Munn, Selena Gomez and Sarah Hyland. The warm color incorporates hints of red and hazelnut highlights. Thirsty yet? Take a look at some of the looks satisfying our cravings: 

Vanilla Milkshake

Photo courtesy of @mikaatbhc


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Photo courtesy of @jmalonehair  

Photo courtesy of @alchemyxartistry 

Root Beer 

Photo courtesy of @chrisgreenehair 

Photo courtesy of @mikaatbhc 

Photo courtesy of @mikaela.societyasalon 

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