Hair Color Shades: Auburn Hair Color
Today we will speak about superb shade of reddish-brown color, which is becoming so popular among lots of celebrities and stars. If you want to have the same cool shade, then you need to go to Professional hairstylist, as the kind of shade is considered to be difficult to maintain artificially. Anyway, we will tell you how to get the right auburn shade. There are known many celebrities like Jessica Chastain, Susan Sarandon, Isla Fisher who were born with beautiful auburn hair, while Bryce Dallas Howard and Emma Stone pull off this color with a dye. The easiest way to get auburn hair is when you already have chestnut or dark blonde hair color,then you have three options: 1) medium auburn hair color, which works best with widest variety of skin shades or 2) light auburn hair color, which is more suitable for naturally pale blondes. 3) Dark auburn color looks best on natural brunettes.
The auburn color is quite easy to maintain, yet it can still be quite difficult to make if you are not used to caring for red locks, that’s why we will try to explain how is better for go from blonde and brunette to auburn colored hair.
Let’s start from blond hair color. When you're making the transition from blonde to auburn, then you should first give your hair a reddish hue begore going total auburn, so to get that light light auburn color use Sublime Mousse 74 Dark Copper Blonde, L'Oreal Excellence 8RB Reddish Blonde or Revlon Colorsilk 72 Strawberry Blonde. It’s better not to try a darker hair. Pay attention, that applying auburn red hair on your own, sometimes have bad results.
If you are making auburn color hair from brunette, then it may be more difficult. For natural looking shades we advice you to try Garnier Nutrisse Light Auburn, L'Oreal Excellence 6R Light Auburn or Revlon Colorsilk 55 Light Reddish Brown.
If you want medium hair color or lighter, darker varieties, then make sure you have a perfect hair care (good shampoo, conditioner etc.) before making any color shades.