Peach cobbler is a sweet American pudding made with peaches, covered in a biscuit batter and served with custard. It is also the newest hair trend created by LA-based colourist, Chad Kenyon, and is the perfect colour for a seasonal update. This year, we've seen hair colour trends change from the cinnamon-inspired, to copper, to Scandi blonde, but this desert-inspired hairstyle is one we're eyeing off for Autumn.
Layered with soft red and coppers with subtle blonde highlights, peach cobbler is ideal for anyone with light hair looking to change up their colour.
The hair colour has already made its way onto Instagram, where people have recreated the look with their own take. Some lean towards pink hues while others have enhanced the red tones in the hairstyle.
Dying your hair this colour will require some serious maintenance, but luckily David Keough has given us some helpful tips. According to the John Frieda ambassador - who also works with Aussie supermodel Miranda Kerr - "We all have different pigmentation in our hair, from copper to gold to red... so be very careful when it comes to lightening your hair as you will have to pass a certain level in the hair to get that great coppery tone. But really most of the time your hairstylist will use a semi-permanent to get the desired result. Like most color tones they will all fade and need to be maintained by your hairstylist."
"Always wait 48 hours before shampooing after the colour is first applied, allowing the colour to absorb. You will maintain a much deeper, rich colour by using a hair mask regularly. Make shine a priority with copper hair. Try to keep the water temperature at lukewarm range when shampooing and conditioning your hair, which will ensure the colour is long lasting."
Whether you're a redhead wanting to sweeten your hair colour or a brunette looking for an Autumn update, this peach cobbler trend is perfect for you.
This article originally appeared on maire claire.