Hair color is one of the most individualized and personal decisions we make. Women with brown hair can choose from various colors, tones, and styles to get more out of their locks. In this post, I’ll be discussing some of my favorite brunette hair colors.
What do you think of when you hear the word “brunette?” While some may picture a woman with dark brown hair, others may imagine women with red or blonde hair. But brunettes are not limited to any one shade! There are many different brunette colors, and they can be found in every spectrum, from light caramel to deep coffee. Brunettes also come in all lengths, textures, and styles—from curly to straight, long to short. So whether your natural color is black or blonde (or anything in between), there’s a perfect hue for you on this list of ideas for brunettes that will make you feel like an absolute bombshell no matter what your skin tone.
Hair color ideas for the best brunette looks
If you’re looking for new hair color but love the warmth of brown hair, it’s time to try some on-trend colors. You may be surprised with these beautiful shades that are perfect for brunettes like yourself. Auburn’s and reds will give your locks an instant boost of life during these cold winter months (or any season). Mauves and lavenders are also great options if you want something more subtle than the typical bright colors of fall or spring. With so many choices out there, there’s no reason not to find one that suits your needs.
Brunette hair with highlights
Are you looking to spice up your look and add some highlights? Highlights are a great way to enhance your hair color, especially dark brown, black, or blonde hair. Whether you want light streaks of blond or red through the top layer of hair for a subtle lift or bold streaks throughout for an edgier style, highlights can give your locks that extra pop. However, it’s important to remember that it is never safe to use bleach on natural brunette hair with just highlights, as it will cause damage over time.
It’s easy to forget that brunette hair can be just as beautiful with highlights. These are the flattering highlights for brunettes and how you should apply them if you want to try out this trend.
What tone of highlight is best? The answer depends on your skin tone – do not go lighter than your natural color or darker than copper reds. For olive complexions, gold or peach blonde highlights work well. For pink undertones, a platinum blonde is a good option. If you have cool blue undertones in your skin, then silver grey is perfect! How often should I touch up my highlighted hair? It will last the longest if touched up every six weeks or so with a root touchup.