The Best Brunette Hair Color for You

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The Best Brunette Hair Color for You

Find the most flattering brunette shade for you.


The Almost Blonde



If you're tentative about jumping into brunette territory, ease into it with a dark blond shade.



Mariska Hargitay’s Barely Brunette Bob



If you're torn between blond and brunette hues, this in-between shade is the perfect solution.



Keep It Caramel



This soft golden shade flatters warm skin tones.



Keira Knightley’s Ash Brown Bob



Ladies with cool skin tones will look best in shades of ash, which have similar undertones.


Lighten Up



Adding face-framing layers in a brown hue that is one shade lighter than your base color will bring light to your features.


Drew Barrymore’s Natural Brown Hue



Drew Barrymore's natural brunette shade is super flattering for porcelain-skinned ladies. This hue is free of the gold tones that can make fair skin look drawn and sallow.


Viola Davis’ Golden Tones



The touches of gold in Viola Davis' deep brown hair color are the perfect complement to the golden undertones of her skin.


Anne Hathaway’s Medium Brown Tresses



Lighter pieces of medium brown throughout Anne Hathaway's dark locks give her hair color extra dimension.


A Hint of Red



This brunette shade, with its reddish tinge, is super flattering for anyone with a warm skin tone.


Emily Blunt’s Brunette Bob



Ombre is über-popular right now and this chic take on the trend blends a lighter shade with deep, chestnut brown.


Get Rich Quick



A rich, uniform dark brown shade flatters almost every skin color.


Go Dark



This ultra-dark brunette hue is alluring and will definitely up your sultry factor.


Halle Berry’s Eye-Catching Color



Halle Berry's chocolate strands are stunning next to her glowing skin.


Lucy Liu’s Lovely Locks



Lucy Liu's almost-black tresses are perfect for those with cool or pink undertones to their skin.


Mindy Kaling’s Raven Tresses



The key to gorgeous black hair is lots of shine. Gloss treatments between coloring and using shine serums will keep your dark color looking radiant.