Rock dark brown hair color now. These gorgeous hair pegs will have you booking your next salon appointment stat.
When it comes to hair color, brown shades never get passé. They blend seamlessly with naturally dark hair, which is common among Filipinas and other Asian women. There’s also a brown shade for every skin tone. You don’t even have to worry about your existing wardrobe and makeup palettes when you get this lovely neutral for your hair. Today, we’re giving some attention to dark brown hair color. Check out these ideas as well on what dark brown shades to get.
Dark brown hair color inspiration
1. Chocolate brown
Among the dark brown hair color choices, chocolate brown is probably the most popular. You can wear it as balayage highlights or dip dyed hair. Chocolate brown is a shade or two lighter than black. When you have this color on your hair, twists and braids are seen more, so go ahead and experiment with these hairstyles. A headband braid or halo braid would look lovely, especially when you’re attending a wedding.
Editor’s tip: Make braided hairstyles last until the after-party by finishing with a few spritzes of TRESemmé Freeze Hold Hairspsray.
2. Deep chocolate
This shade of brown is so dark that it’s almost black, but when the light hits your hair, deep chocolate gives your tresses depth and definition. Deep chocolate is perfect on sleek and shiny hair, so use shampoos and conditioners that make your hair so. Invest in anti-frizz products as well so nothing would ruin your luxe-looking hair.
Editor’s tip: Add shine to your hair while keeping frizz at bay with a drop of TONI&GUY High Shine Serum Drops.
3. Chestnut brown
Want that subtle, sun-kissed glow on your face? Try chestnut brown hair. It’s a great hair color to try during the summer (but of course, you can wear it all year long). Flaunt it on your beach pics for ultra-hot, Insta-worthy selfies.
Editor’s tip: Keep your hair color from fading by using a sulfate-free conditioner like Cream Silk Color Protect Conditioner. This product also keeps your dyed hair from drying out and getting damaged.
4. Ash brown hair
If you’re on the fence about getting dark hair color or going for lighter shades, ash brown has you covered. It’s actually a medium shade of brown that borders on being dark. Because it’s lighter than other dark brown shade, bleaching may be required to achieve this color. We know how much damage this process can cause your hair, so make sure you give your tresses extra TLC. Switching to a conditioner made for colored hair plus hair mask treatments can do the trick.
Editor’s tip: Revive damaged hair and help replenish lost moisture by applying TONI&GUY Damage Repair Mask once a week.
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TRESemmé Freeze Hold Hairspsray
TONI&GUY High Shine Serum Drops
Cream Silk Color Protect Conditioner
TONI&GUY Damage Repair Mask
Are you ready to go for a dark brown hair color? Whenever you dye your hair, just remember to choose a shade that complements your skin tone and your personality. Even the most gorgeous shade in the world won’t work if you’re not comfortable with it. Feel free to ask your stylist for advice, so you get the color that’s best for you.
Next read: Make your hair more exciting by trying different coloring techniques. Check out these gorgeous brown ombre hair shades and see how dramatic your tresses can look.