Beautiful, dark brown hair can be stunningly beautiful, shiny and rich. Although dark brown has a ton of depth on its own, adding a pop of color with subtle or even bold highlights can turn your one dimensional brunette hair into a multi-dimensional masterwork.
Highlights Hair Color
This is one of our five new hair color ideas for 2015, as it’s easy to do at home and totally original and to grind your taste consider these color combos. Actress and model Lily Collins rocks a mahogany brown bob with subtle reddish undertones. Mahogany is a delightfully rich reddish-brown that warms up any complexion, making it especially flattering for fair skin tones. If you have short hair like Lily’s, add extra reddish low-lights to your tips for a erotic final touch.
Dark Brown With Golden Dip Highlights
If you have looks radiant and carefree with your long dark brown locks and golden dip-dyed ends. You can give your chic and sophisticated dark locks a playful twist with golden tips that brighten up your complexion.
Totally On Top Highlights
Although the highlight pattern shown here is bold and daring, the dimension added is in the brunette family, so it works well and isn’t too contrasting. Add some caramel to the top of your dark brown hair to bring brightness around your face.
Chestnut Brown With Flecks Of Sandy Brown Highlights
Luscious chestnut brown locks and a few flirty flecks of sandy brown look beautiful. We love big, voluminous hairdo and the healthy shine that brings chestnut locks to life. Take inspiration from Jennifer and add a few light brown streaks to your hair for a fun and flirty touch.
Beachy Brown Highlights
This sandy brown color goes well with Emma Watson’s short haircut. It’s so finely done that as it grows out, she’s not going to get any major demarcations or root lines.
The color on this is not woven through; this could look like a grown-out single process on someone who doesn’t always have their hair done. If you’re a brunette like Hayek, ask your colorist to lift your mid-length and ends to two or three shades lighter than your natural color, and to add a couple of chestnut brown highlights here and there.