Dark Brunette Lob
It always looks so difficult to cut the shoulder length. Lucky for you a dark brown color appears to be the right choice for a sophisticated slice.
Dark Brown and Blonde
Dark Brown to Ash Blonde
Inconspicuous highlights this year are all rave. This one looks like you’ve just coated your luscious locks with ice! Dark Burgundy and Brown
Rich colors of red velvet and chocolate drip your locks now! For a better presentation, big curls create an illusion of mixed colors.
Sweet caramel-y! It brings home the gold for any hair length female and any form of body!
Deep Brown and CaramelA mixture of these colors produces a toasted look of chestnut that is pleasant to look at! I created this look with Hair Dresser for the fall seasons and for customers who would enjoy the warm tone that is slightly spiced up but not bright or in the spectrum of blonde. The aspect also blends in with her natural dark hair making something very unique and eye-catching, even though the color is vibrant. Fit for winter and fall. The depth (darker tone) I centered around the nape and crown producing a slimming effect on the neck and face. It’s soft and not too loud (particularly due to red tones). I used all Redken Color because their colors have a special sound and the beautiful shine comes from Oribe Haircare. This look is certainly going to be a great match for consumers who still want some subtle highlights. Between spring and summer, a good look and head for fall and winter.
Black to Dark Brown
A with Hairdresser My favorite thing about this look is that both cut and color are so easy to maintain. The highlights of balayage are soft and the outgrowth is organic. It’s also easy to maintain this haircut and style. Balayage can be done once or twice a year and it takes only a few gloss+cut appointments to hold the redness away and dry ends away. It’s enough to style a few loose curls and a shine spray to make the hair look beautifully carefree. Placement of color and length of hair can be tailored to any type of hair and head. This look is for anyone who wants a look that’s easy but fashionable! Subtle Dark Brown
A with Salon Owner / Hair Stylist I would tell customers that the busy mom’s busy professional woman who still needs the seductive brunette look that never gets boring will be easier to maintain. She can still keep it comfortably off by not having much maintenance. This customer has incredibly frizzy hair and some hard to break curl in some places, but everything is possible with the magic of a good blowout and a good curl. For this feel, I used a mixture of materials.
Dark Brown to Light Brown
Dark Brown and Silver
A with Hair Artist This is a great look for brunettes who want to be lighter without losing a brunette entirely and who also want a little upkeep. The layers of texture are also a great choice for someone with finer hair who needs body and hair movement without losing too much weight from the ends. My favorite thing about this look is the contrast between brunette and silver while retaining the impression of living-in balayage. Consult a stylist if this look is realistic or not and decide how many sessions they will have to go through in between stages before this look can be accomplished. In order to achieve our level 10 target, it took two sessions to achieve this color on my client who is a virgin level 5. If the hair is dark or the natural hair is below level 5, this look can take many sessions. Kera Clenditioner is a great product during visits to the salon to maintain the ice silver look in the hair at home.