We’ve officially waved goodbye to our Summer Collection Shades: Jewel Tones – Amethyst, Ruby and Topaz that inspired some beautiful vibrant summer hair colors. Autumn is here, so you’ve probably started searching for the best fall hair color ideas. It is the only season where you get the chance to complement your hair color with those super cute #OOTD. Fall also marks the return of many yummy comforting foods and the infamous PSL – which we drew our inspiration from for the Fall Collection Shades: Festive Fall Drinks – Pomegranate Cider, Spiced Pumpkin and Harvest Sangria. The Color&Co expert colorist team has hand-picked the hair color shades that will be the most head-turning this season.

Pomegranate Cider


Shades of red hair color is still the color to have in 2021. The Pomegranate Cider collection has shades ranging from deep wine to candy red, that can be worn as subtle or as vibrant as your liking.

Who’s it for: Winter Negroni and Raspberry Cider are great for light to medium brown hair with cool skin tones and blue eyes. For those of us with warm skin tones and brown or hazel eyes, Candied Martini is the shade for you. Try in a demi-permanent to do a quick, yet non-permanent change this fall.


Spiced Pumpkin


The Spiced Pumpkin collection shades are classic, so they will always be on trend.  Autumn chai is a warm and creamy blonde. Salted Carmel is the perfect blend of warm and cool tones. Apple Crisp’s rich copper tones remind of us changing leaves and cool weather.

Who’s it for: Light to dark blonde hair. Spiced Pumpkin’s golden influence is a great match to warm skin tones, and a perfect complement to green eyes. No matter if you prefer to be blonde, “bronde”, or red, there is a shade for you.


Harvest Sangria

If you want a hair color that accents your fall wardrobe, then the Harvest Sangria collection is for you. These shades pair beautifully, with forest green, burnt orange, and mustard yellow.

Who’s it for: Caramel Apple is for blonde hair, warm skin, and eyes. This shade will add a rich honey-like dimension over a highlight or balayage. Mulled Wine can work for both warm and cool skin tones. It will enhance the radiance over dark brown hair, with a perfect amount of red when the sun hits. Another shade to try if you have warm skin or eyes is Blood Orange. With its auburn influence, you can take your summer blonde to a fall brown with minimal effort.


Most of these inspirational shades are available through our haircolor quiz. However, for best results and assistance with matching shades an expert colorist is available for a free face-to-face video consultation.