When you check out these gorgeous hair colors for brunettes you will definitely change your opinion about brunette shades. According to the colorists the best shades of brown and black right now are natural. It is about enhancing your look without going for extremes. Beachy brown: this sandy brown shade goes really well with short and medium-length haircut because it makes the face appear softer. This model’s hair has been dyed two or three shades lighter than her natural color and paired with highlights. It is so finely done that even if her hair roots grow out she doesn’t need to go for touch ups. Those who have wispy cut should avoid going too light otherwise their hair ends will appear thinner.
Caramel Brown: golden hair highlights flatters the model’s skin complexion because her base is brown. The lightest parts are toward the mid-length and the ends. If you want to replicate this look, then ask your hairs colorist for light brown base and face-framing highlights.
Honey Brown: while pulling off this shade, ask your hairstylist whether it is going to work with your complexion or not. The blend of honey and golden hair highlights create an incredibly attractive look. So, consider honey blonde too.
Golden Brown: want to get sun-kissed hair? Then this sunny golden hair is for you. A perfect mix of subtle honey and caramel highlights is recommended for pale to olive skin complexions. It adds color without overdoing it. Plus this shade will definitely give some dimension and depth.
Chestnut Brown: anyone would wear this color. This color is meant to warm up olive skin tone and enhance your brown eyes. If you are going to copy this look then ask your hairstylist for dark brown base and caramel and light auburn highlights to frame the face beautifully. The secret of getting this look is hidden behind highlights. Red hints make the hair richer and cooler.
Mahogany: this look isn’t exactly the most low-maintenance but it is really ultra-feminine and gorgeous. If you are a brunette and you want to upgrade your look then ask your colorist to lift your mid-length ends two or three tone lighter than your natural hair color and then add some chestnut brown hair highlights.
Medium Ash Brown: medium ash brown shade is going to work the best on a medium to long layered haircut. You want to have the same look? Then ask your colorist to work with your natural hair color and just place some highlights at the mid-lengths and ends according to your haircut.
Dark Ash Brown: it is a medium ash brown which will make your eyes sparkle. When going dark, it is important to keep the length and the height in mind. Layers will definitely add movement to your hair and stop it from hiding your face shape.
Smoky Brown: Since it is a natural shade it is going to be a nice frame for your skin tone. This shade is particularly great for dark, olive or golden skin tones although cool skin owners also can wear it.
Black Hair: if you have a cool skin tone, then ask your colorist to start with a slightly lighter shade and gradually go darker. Those who have olive skin tone can easily pull of this black hair color.