If you already have naturally dark hair and are considering updating your locks with some color, here are 19 chocolate hair colors to inspire your next pakulay appointment. From a full head of rich brown, to glossy lowlights and caramel balayage, these styles are enough to make you salivate.
Enhance your natural curl texture with a true chocolate brown shade all over.
Dip into the chocolate trend the foolproof way. Crisp toffee highlights are universally flattering.
70 percent cocoa
Pretend you're part of the Kardashian clan with a rich, deep chocolate tone, that's almost black, but not quite.
Rich and glossy
If you're addicted to your black hair dye, let this super glossy style inspire you to have a break from the dark side.
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Consider caramel tones your fast track route to rich brown hair with depth and body.
Hint of milk
Keep the roots dark and lighten up your ends with some lighter chocolate balayage.
Highlight your natural curl pattern with some chocolate lowlights on top of a darker brown base.
It may be a wig, but that's not going to stop us booking an appointment for this '90s-inspired brunette hair.
Balayage need not always mean going blonde. A colorist armed with an arsenal of toner can achieve these butterscotch tones by creating lighter brown sections.
If we haven't convinced you to leave the blonde side yet, this glossy almost black color will do that guaranteed.
Ask your hair colorist, or use an at-home glossing treatment to boost the shine of your newly dyed mane.
These honey tones give us serious chocolate orange vibes—the major similarity being that both are usually finished in one sitting.
Hint of dark
Proof that brunette hair doesn't have to equal flat hair. A mixture of chocolate tones will add dimension and highlight your natural texture.
Add depth to fine hair with a combination of dark chocolate layers and lowlights.
This ombré chocolate style is the most natural way to gently lift darker tones.
Add a hint of red to your chocolate brown for a slightly lighter color that radiates in the sunlight.
Try chocolate tones without the commitment by using a semi-permanent gloss color.
These burnished bonfire tones have got us longing for hot chocolate.
This article originally appeared on Cosmopolitan.com/uk. Minor edits have been made by the Cosmo.ph editors.