Yes, like your spiced latte — with flecks of color sprinkled on top. "This look is a mix of golden highlights and copper mid-lights using your natural color as the background, or shifting your base subtly copper to really get that gold to pop," said Jimieson. "It's pretty low-maintenance and easy to wear because everyone's natural hair lifts warm."
Schaudt agrees, and adds that fall is the perfect time to deposit tone into a previously faded copper color. "Mixing multiple colors, like brown and red will look incredibly natural," she said.