Find the best warm brunette shade for you!
Warm brown hair is beautiful, even if it is common. Brown hair naturally has undertones of red, orange, and yellow, which all combine to give it warmth. Given the right shade, warm brown hair can look good on just about anybody!
Here are some tips for getting the most flattering warm brown hair color that compliments your skin and eye tones, as well as how to bring out the brilliance of your natural warm brown hair.
Hair colors, like skin and eye tones, can be warm or cool. Warm brown hair has lots of coppery red, golden and honey tones that give it luxurious depth and dimension. Think chocolate brown, auburn, light honey or a rich mahogany.
If your hair is naturally warm brown, your skin and eye colors are most likely warm-toned as well. Warm brown shades complement peachy, golden, and olive complexions with warm brown, green, and hazel eyes best. But even neutral or cool-toned ladies can rock some golden or coppery highlights. The trick is to find the right shade for you and maintain your color carefully to ward off unflattering brassiness.
Ready to add some warmth to your hair color? The most flattering shade of warm brown starts with your complexion. If you have:
Whether your hair is naturally a warm brown shade or you’ve added a warm balayage, highlight or ombre to your style, warm brown hair is prone to brassiness. Sun exposure, color fading, heat damage, and other factors can strip your hair of its depth and shine, leaving it dull and brassy-looking. So how do you keep your warm brown hair color shiny, fresh and vibrant? Here are a few of our top tips.
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