Fall hair is all about romantic brunette shades and silky lowlights. Transitional hues are a huge hit, especially post-summer when almost everyone wants to go darker. But if you’re a brunette and want to go warmer, milk tea hair may just be your cup of tea.
Named after the smooth, dusky beige featured in a cup of tea with a splash of milk, the hair color is the perfect balance of cool and warm hues. The most amazing thing is that it works with light roots so you can actually stick with your sunny base while experimenting with warmer tones or a dark color melt.