Light brown is an elegant alternative if you are not ready to transition to blonde. Highlights, balayage, or full color can help achieve this look. Ask your stylist for a rich chocolate brown shade with golden highlights, which works beautifully against warm skin tones.
Babylights are the latest trend in hair color, inspired by how children’s blonde locks naturally lighten in sunlight. This subtle coloring technique adds dimension and can be applied to any hair color. It utilizes a lightener in smaller sections for a sun-kissed effect and creates a natural-looking appearance while still revealing the root color.
Lowlights offer hair an authentic-looking depth. Created using dye colors slightly darker than the base hue, lowlighting adds a shadowy dimension to light brown hair. It can be done through traditional foiling techniques or balayage, which is less drastic and expensive than changing the hair color completely.
Ash brown is an excellent shade for lightening brunettes’ hair without using bleach. It works well on medium skin tones and can be maintained with color-depositing shampoo and conditioner. A snowy blend of silver and light brown ash with face-framing highlights can add brightness to ash-brown locks.
Curtain bangs make a striking statement on light brown hair and are versatile. Bring an example photo to your stylist for accurate replication. Different face shapes will benefit from specific curtain bang styles.
Light brown locks can be twisted into an elegant updo for special events. Use high-hold hairspray and consider adding blonde highlights for contrast and shine. Complementing the hue of your natural color will create a softening effect. Ask your stylist to create a multidimensional bronde shade using golden and buttery blonde tones for optimal results in any lighting condition.