It’s the right combination of rich chocolate and warm chestnut tones. This lovely brunette hue like Michelle Dockery and Selena Gomez’s works fine on all types of complexions.
The winter season is upon us and just as the leaves have begun to change colour, it only makes sense to each one of us who’s been waiting for an awesome excuse to change up their look.
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And what’s better than adding colour to your mane. So let’s dive hair first into the new season with one of these gorgeous and inspiring winter hair colors. Hint: These are the most popular shades of 2014.
1) Wheat Blonde:
This ones for those who wants to change up their look to a more youthful and fresh style. Like the ones we see on Chloe Moretz Grace and Wheat blonde is a combination of darker base with lighter gold tones spread throughout. This look is best recommended for those with fair and wheatish complexions.
Definitely one of the most beautiful colour, Chestnut Brown is a flawless combination of cool and warm brown hues which looks good on every type of complexion. Zooey Deschanel nails the look in a darker shade of the colour. It’s the perfect choice of colour for the winter season. And if you like you can add lighter highlights from the mids to ends for a vibrant look.
3) Rose Gold:
From the lustrous lock of Sienna Miller who debuted the look at 2013 British Fashion Awards to Jessica Chastain’s gorgeous mane at Cannes fest, this colour has proven to be the hottest trend of 2014 in hair colour. It’s a warm shade of blonde with a touch of pink that creates a faded tint look. The best thing about this this trend is it flatters almost all types of complexions.
4) Bronde aka Brown Blonde:
Aka Brown blonde is an elegant shade that looks like a sun-kissed brunette hair. The hue falls between a brunette tone and blonde. Perfect for winter, bronde has looked gorgeous on stars like Jessica Alba and Sarah Jessica Parker. It suits every complexion.
5) Rich Chocolate Brown:
It’s the right combination of rich chocolate and warm chestnut tones. This lovely brunette hue like Michelle Dockery and Selena Gomez’s works fine on all types of complexions. The rich hues of chocolate brown when paired with just a hint of golden highlight gives a soft and luscious dimension to the look.
Sombre is the next big thing in beauty. The very popular ombre have softened up this season and has been replaced with something more subtle – Sombre. The perfect way to get the sombre look is to let parts of the strands fade into lighter ends, but the ends shouldn’t all be highlighted. It’s a look we’re loving on some of our favorite celebs – Megan Fox and Mila Kunis. And we won’t mind if you try it out ’cause you’re going to look fab in it.
Perfect for Indian complexion, this bronze tone paired with golden highlights as seen on Jessica Biel’s luscious lock, is another favourite trend. The duo when placed on the mid of the length of the hair to the end creates a soft and natural look. As celebrity stylist Cunningham puts it, “It’s the perfect way to lighten the hair colour and still look natural.”
Copper is one of the classic shade. The vibrant, rich red hue adds a regal style and warmth to the hair. You can take a cue from Bella Thorne and Emma Stone. The fiery look certainly grabs attention. It also is a popular colour at the moment and looks best on women with a light or medium complexion.