Dark Brown Hair Colours Everyone Is Talking About
Forget about instagrammable grey, rose and gold colours, we have seen many celebrities, and social media influencers rock dark brown hair colour, and they are just alluring in their looks. Dark brown hair colour is simply one shade that will ever remain in fashion. That is obvious since it is among the most common hair colour worn by ladies across the world. Have a peek here for inspiration.
Just because this colour is universal, it doesn’t mean it should be boring. Whether you are blonde or you have been a brunette in the whole of your life and need a significant transformation in your looks, dark brown hair is the best choice for you thanks to a myriad of undertones and shades available to choose.
- Fair: Black Coffee.
If you are a fan of Lucy Hale, you must have seen her with different varying colours of brunette including golden and caramel shades. However, dark brown hair is one of her most-loved hair shade that she appears on many platforms with.
If you are blessed with fair skin tones (like Lucy) cool shades such as coffee-browns and sable are best for you. These hues give your skin a romantic and classic effect that is also striking.
- Fair: Chestnut.
To refresh and also enhance warmth to your peachy and creamy look, use a deep chocolate colour with auburn accents woven entirely and concentrate it at the hair ends. No other hair colour brightens and improves the tone of your skin other than chestnut.
- Medium: Mahogany.
Well, this is for ladies with a tan or medium skin tone similar to that of actor Priyanka Chopra. The dimension is essential in this cut since it emphasises the dark roots while still ensuring there is light contrast between the base and the ends. The texture further highlights the style giving it a new look.
- Medium: Charcoal.
This is ideal for women with both cool and warm skin tones-neutral tone. The implication of this is that if you have a neutral tone, you can rock both warm and cool shades in your hair.
- Medium: Cool Cedar.
Can you imagine seeing Emily Ratajkowski with a different colour shade apart from dark brown hair colour? It is unimaginable since she loves this colour so much and it makes her look like a little goddess!
The shade is all one colour and therefore no need to incorporate ashy or golden tones into it.
- Medium: Deep Bronze.
If you have brown, golden complexions as Lea Michele, you should opt for more warm brown. Besides, you can add a bronze hair colour to match your neutral skin colour.
- Deep: Rich Copper.
Rich copper appears lovely on dark skins and chocolate coloured locks. The warm and red hues neutralise the yellow shade making the entire style loon more luminous and neutral.