30+ Wonderful Spring Hair Color Ideas For Brunettes

Some people like to change the color of their hair as often as the seasons change. According to celebrity hair stylists, bold and solid colors are the theme of the season. Since the weather is so cold and the sun often shies away during the day, your complexion will most likely turn a little paler than normal.

To make sure you avoid looking worn and drab, update your hairstyle and hair color by choosing solid and warmer shades. If you’re a brunette, it is recommended that you stay that way. You can go darker if you want, just try to stay away from shades of blonde if you are originally a brunette. Go for auburn, amber, or golden brown hues.

Blondes can go for the natural look (like Jennifer Aniston or Kate Hudson) or full fake-but-glamorous, Marilyn Monroe style. Whichever direction you choose to go, the important detail to remember is to have depth at the roots. Giving depths to roots helps your hair color blend with your skin tone so you won’t look way off. A hair treatment called color correction can help you adjust to the right shade. This also means you won’t have to have all of your hair colored. If you have bold streaks or highlights, better get rid of them or tone them down using color correction. Random highlights should only add dimension and texture to hair and not make it seem like you just came out from a punk hair salon. Also, if you plan on having extensions, make sure it’s the exact shade of your hair, or at least one shade darker or lighter than your real hair.

Copper undertones for redheads are the in thing for this season. They can also choose shades of strawberry blonde or dark auburn. It all depends, again, on your complexion. Don’t move too far from your original color. Minimal changes are the only requirements for a new look.

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