When I talk to you about makeup and recommend possible combinations, I realize that hair is really important: their color is often fundamental to the success of a look and in fact you also often ask me tips on makeup just based on the nails.
So I decided to talk to you about the various shades of color, so that each of you can recognize yourself in one or another shade. Today I will start with brown hair and I will show you so many examples! In the near future, it will be up to the blonde and red ones too! If you are in the mood for change, you can also take inspiration because, believe me, there is really for everyone! Let’s start now!
It is the darkest shade, far from black but very intense and cold. Usually you do not see particular nuances on this shade, which remains quite homogeneous but not (and never!) flat.
The only reflections that might be suitable are mahogany, or chestnut, but they should never be too clear, otherwise you lose the beautiful ‘dark’ effect and create too much contrast.
We are not far from chocolate, but in this case the brightness is accentuated by slightly warmer and more vibrant reflections. The base is still dark, but it can be the ideal solution if you have a base color already quite intense and want to give a touch of light.
This time the dark brown warms up further and leaves these beautiful reflections along all lengths, for a bold but at the same time brighter color.
The same light can be accentuated even a little more on the tips, for a really delicate balayage effect that spreads well between the strands and leaves no deadlines!
The various light points on the hair, more widespread along the hair or focused on the tips, may be the best way to give a touch of originality to your look, especially if you start already from a good base and do not feel like making big changes. The important thing is that the lighter and more caramel-oriented shades are gradual and not too clear, so that the intense brown base still prevails.
It is perhaps the color to which all natural chestnuts aspire when they want to lighten their hair a little, but without becoming really light or blonde. And in fact it is a really versatile and easily obtainable color, even with DIY colors.