5 Ways to Fall Into a New You

Aug 28 2020 0 Comments

Fall is just around the corner, and we can almost smell the pumpkin spice in the air. When a new season comes, so do new beginnings. Just like the leaves changing in the fall, sometimes it’s fun to spice things up in your own life as well. Here are 5 ways to ‘fall’ into a new you this season.

‘Fall’ into a new hair color

Burgundy, burnt orange, mustard and olive green resemble a few of the recognizable colors of fall. Changing up your hair color to match the season you’re in can be exciting and sometimes even therapeutic. Some pumpkin spice-worthy laced hair colors include #99J (Red Red Wine), #30, #3/8 (Spiced Cider) and any hair color in our Fall Into a New You collection found at this link: https://lacedhair.com/collections/fall-into-a-new-you-with-lacedhair?page=

‘Fall’ into a new craft

Going into this new quarantine type of fall, it’s important to find hobbies that keep you safe at home but entertained. Finding a new craft is not only fun but can also be a useful skill to have. Crafts like a cute hair bow or clip can pair well with your fall color laced hair. Here is a fun hair accessory craft that you can try out this season: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=64kiwRQN1MQ

 

‘Fall’ into a new recipe

Making the same old same old can start to get boring if you don’t change it up. New seasons are great to help kickstart those changes. Trying a new recipe from Pinterest is a fun way to show your creative side while falling into a new you. Here is a great fall recipe you can start with: https://www.acouplecooks.com/pumpkin-penne-parmesan/ 

‘Fall’ into a new hairstyle

Now that you have a new fall color, it’s time to experiment with different hairstyles to help showcase that color. Some of our favorite fall go-to styles are low ponytails, all kinds of braids and half up, half down top knots. Look up different hairstyles and try different ones out until you find the one for you. Who knows, maybe you’ll find your all time favorite style.

‘Fall’ into a new hair product

After dying your hair, it is important to keep it hydrated and healthy. One of the ways to do that is to find a new sulfate and paraben free hair care product that caters to your hair’s needs. When your hair gets frizzy in the fall rain, a hair serum is absolutely necessary. Here is one of our favorite affordable drugstore anti-frizz serums: https://www.ulta.com/silk-infusion-silk-reconstructing-complex?productId=xlsImpprod4730019


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