Brown Hairstyles For Women – Our Top 20
Brown and brunette hair: gentle seduction
Brown or brunette hair is boring? If you think so, you've definitely got your trend barometer wrong. Because now it's all about the chocolate side of seductive hair in brown. Expressive brown tones are in - and their spectrum ranges from dark, chocolaty shades to bright, warm variants to light nut tones, or brown hair with a good dash of red.
And although more than two-thirds of people are dark-haired and brown is the dominant hair colour in Europe - natural brown or brunette hair is rarely blessed with such wonderful shades: The infamous street dog brown is one of the most common natural shades! However, well groomed and with healthy hair, it does look quite handsome! However, if you want to give your naturally brown or brunette hair a bit of a boost: there are a few tricks that can definitely give brown or brunette hair a (colour) kick!
Hingers for brown and brunette hair
To turn brown or brunette hair into a real eye-catcher, you need a good haircut - and a rich shade with natural shine. The good thing is that, in contrast to other hair colours, an intensive tint is sometimes enough to give brown hair a new look, with a shade that is only one or two shades different from the real hair colour. For more luminosity in between, special colour shampoos are available that bring an extra portion of shine and glamour to the hair.
Brown hair - for which skin type?
Whoever wants to change from light brown to a darker shade should test it extensively in advance. Because light-skinned people in particular often look very pale and downright unhealthy with an abrupt change to brown hair. Suitable colours are, for example, fawn or a light brown with a slight golden touch. Both flatter the complexion and do not make the change in hair colour look too stark. Fine highlights in different shades also make brown or brunette hair look lively and yet natural, because the golden rule for hair colouring is: dark brown tends to make you pale, while warm, earthy tones make your skin look fresh and healthy.
Home remedies for testing.
If you're still a little hesitant about subjecting your naturally brown mane to chemical colouring, you can try natural dyes, for example. Or try some good old home remedies like these, which won't harm the hair and won't cause any change in the long run!
For warm highlights in brown hair: black tea.
An old home remedy from grandma's clever book. Bring about 200 ml of water to the boil and steep three to four tea bags in it. Pour the cold solution into washed hair, cover with a plastic cap or cling film and let it work for a good half hour, then rinse with cold water.
"Fresh" Summer Highlights with Lemon
Apply the squeezed juice of a lemon to the top coat using a toothbrush - whether from the roots or only in the lengths is a matter of taste. The amount of strands also depends on personal taste. Afterwards, simply place in the sun to dry! The sun's rays stimulate the decolourising components of the citric acid and lighten the hair in the relevant areas. Attention: make sure you use extra care the next time you wash your hair - the acid dries it out a little. For more hair care tips, click here: www.friseur.com/haarpflege.html.