Good job at making us look younger. If you’re a brunette, add some warmth to your look by asking your stylist for golden highlights
The tone you go for is paramount. Stay away from cool, ashy tones and add some warmth to your look with golden highlights. Go for shades like
That’s not what you want when you’re getting older. If you’re on a mission to give your dark hair a youthful makeover, then opt for a warm
we get it. But if you’re a lady with dark locks, do yourself a favour and go for warm, chocolatey shades rather than cool brown tones
If your hair is really dark (and you’d never give it up!) – then lightening the ends with a soft, subtle balayage will do the trick.
How about combining them all into a beautiful, warm blend of this coppery honey blonde. Add hints of red and deep brown
Monotone color is an absolute “no” for older ladies. Opt for as many shade variations as you can – as long as they complement each other
Add a bit of playfulness to your brown hair with some warmer highlights. The base will remain darker – but the highlights will do wonder
We absolutely love sombre hair color technique – not only because light hair makes you look younger, but also because of how natural it looks
Go for this unusual color tone known as “strawberry blonde”. Great for all skin complexions (ask your stylist to help you find the right shade
A wonderful color for those with a dark brown base who are looking to add some warmth and youthfulness to their look.
An enchanting, warm balayage for women with dark hair. Adding warm color tones to your ends makes the look trendy and intriguing