We're already halfway into January, can you believe that? It's like the month just flew by! If you've been toying around with the idea of changing up your look, why not try coloring your hair? It's an easy way to immediately modify your appearance, and the best part about it is that it's not permanent.
A color that you might want to try is ~*brown*~. Now, we know what you're thinking. "OMG, brown is so flat," "It will make me look boring," "Nagpakulay pa 'ko kung brown lang din naman?" It's often overlooked and forgotten, but it's actually the most versatile hue of all! You can mix it with just about any other tint and you'll be able to create the perfect customized shade for you. Another plus is that it's mostly low-maintenance, so you don't have to make *too many* trips to the salon for touch-ups.
Below, we have compiled the best variations of brown to serve as your hair inspo for the New Year:
Satisfy your sweet cravings with this dark brown hue. Its base is a rich cool-toned shade, and the highlights have the right amount of warmth.
Dark brown ombré
Check out the seamless transition from dark brown to blonde. This is perfect if you don't want the bleach to touch your scalp!ADVERTISMENT - CONTINUE READING BELOW ↓Recommended Videos
Simply put, this hair color is basically brown + blonde. You get the best of both worlds with this one! Plus, this shade is suitable for morenas.ADVERTISMENT - CONTINUE READING BELOW ↓
If you don't want to go all-out with the bleach just yet (we don't blame you, it can be painful and it can dry your tresses out!), try balayage highlights to create a more natural-looking hair color.
This conservative-meets-edgy hair color is the perfect combination of dirty brown and silver.ADVERTISMENT - CONTINUE READING BELOW ↓
Deep brown with hints of dark purple
If you're really going for ~*subtle*~, try a deep chocolate hue that's mixed with a dark grape shade. It won't be as noticeable indoors, but it will look really beautiful once the sunlight hits it!ADVERTISMENT - CONTINUE READING BELOW ↓
Brown with gold highlights
Score a timeless, elegant look just like Kate Middleton by adding in some gold highlights to your mane. This color will also take years off your age.
Cop that sunkissed ~lewk~ sans the trip to the beach by mixing in warm blonde highlights to brown tresses!ADVERTISMENT - CONTINUE READING BELOW ↓
If you want to add a little more dimension to your brown hair, adding some purple highlights will give you that much-needed shine. This trendy hue is perfect if you want to add some color to your locks but you don't want to go full-on Rainbow Brite just yet.ADVERTISMENT - CONTINUE READING BELOW ↓
Dyeing your hair a rich brown color makes your locks look luscious and healthy. Just take a look at Arci Muñoz's thick chocolate tresses!ADVERTISMENT - CONTINUE READING BELOW ↓
If you're not yet ready to fully dive in and get fiery red hair, dip your toes into it by mixing espresso brown and cherry.
Chocolate rose gold
Rose gold has definitely been enjoying its time in the spotlight, constantly topping every hair color inspo list for the past few years. This 2021, add a classic twist to the trendy hue by mixing in a deep brown to the mix. This combo is more wearable and more work-appropriate, too.ADVERTISMENT - CONTINUE READING BELOW ↓
2019 was the year of milk tea, there were so many shops opening left and right! We even took our obsession to the next level by ~incorporating~ it in our hair color. ICYDK, it is created by dyeing the roots brown (to represent the pearls) while slowly fading the color into a beautiful milky blonde.ADVERTISMENT - CONTINUE READING BELOW ↓
Face-framing blonde highlights
If you have a round face shape, frame it with blonde highlights to give the illusion of a more defined facial bone structure.ADVERTISMENT - CONTINUE READING BELOW ↓
If you're a caffeine junkie, let it show through your hair color as well! It's a very versatile hue, but it will most especially complement our Pinay skin tone.
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