Brown hair color chart forward this error screen to 209. SAVE this Hair Color Guide for your next salon appointment! From blonde to “bronde” this handy hair color chart will help you visualize and verbalize the right shade.
Your hair stylist will thank you and you’ll leave the salon with just what you asked for! Experimenting with cool hair colors is part of life—everyone should know what it feels like to be a redhead, if only for a fleeting moment in time, right? But finding your ideal hair shade, whether it’s cinnamon or light ash blonde, may require a fair amount of trial and error. We’ve all got photos of hair colors we kind of regret. The palest of blondes has hints of ash, or a whitish tint with pale green and blue undertones, and suits ladies with pale skin tones particularly well.
If you’ve got rosy undertones to your skin, an ashy tone will be even better, as the green and blue undertones will neutralize the rosiness. True light blonde hair is the kind of blonde plenty of people have when they’re younger, before the hair darkens naturally. Falling right between ash and golden blondes, light blonde color is ideal for complementing fair skin and hazel or blue eyes. Golden blonde, or the closest to yellow-blonde as you can get, is ideal for light, warm skin tones and light eyes. Be sure to tone your hair regularly, as yellowish shades can very quickly turn brassy.
Medium Champagne Skin with pink or rosy undertones works well with the beige tones of medium champagne hair. The green and blue tints in the champagne color will counteract the pink undertones of the skin. A light brown with blonde dimensions, butterscotch hair color works for medium, warm skin tones. This medium brown hair color with cool undertones is great for girls with cool skin tones. Light brown hair typically looks fairly one-dimensional and natural, and works for medium skin tones both cool and warm. It’s also a great base color if you’re looking to add blonde highlights at some point. An easy way to warm up brown hair for summer, light golden brown hair looks wonderful on warmer skin tones—or when you’re just a bit sunkissed.
A rich, true brown hair tone, chocolate brown works for medium and olive skin tones, as well as for those with hazel or brown eyes. Deeper skin tones or olive skin tones do well with a dark golden brown, which has subtle hints of a warm honey-gold in the brown color range. Ideal for cool, medium skin tones with pink undertones, medium ash brown has the tints of green and blue underneath that come with ash. A rich espresso brown color is gorgeous for medium and darker skin tones and darker eye colors. If you’re fair-skinned, however, espresso may look a bit unnatural on you. Jet black hair is one of the most striking colors, and it typically works best on darker skin tones—unless, of course, you’re going for a real statement.