Brown chocolate with Peekaboo Caramel Swirls
There are many benefits to going a little darker if you had light blonde hair for a while. Everything that lightens will have a dry and detrimental effect on your hair and you will not need all of that if you stick to something close to your natural hair shade or even a little darker than that.
Added dimensions Chocolate Twirls
To add more dimension to your hair, add several different tones of light and darkness into your waves and layers. All three of these things together are ideal for helping to bring volume and oaf of thin and flat hair.
Ash over chocolate brown hair ideas
We take things back to ashes with this stunning chocolate brown look. It’s romantic and elegant, all in one, perfect for a classic wedding, we think. Shadows in this look really stop and we adore that each one is shown by turning this loose braid back into a loose grape.
Dark chocolate tones for autumn
The deep, rich chocolate tint, which is brown and without red or pale yellow, sophisticated and clumsy dark-brown looks is perfect for those with slightly darker skin tones
Chocolate brown and luxury long locks
Keep things lighter down and you can end up with the one ideal for girls who are blessed with really long locks. You have so much time to play around, it seems so unfortunate to throw it away. Especially when you can have a complex combination of colors as shown here.
A mixture of chocolate balls
For those who want to stay dark, keep lighter tones immediately from the face. This means adding them to the ends of the hair or randomly printed and lighted spots on the upper layers of the hair. The more light you give to the hair that envelops your face, the more washed the face can look. Keep things darker, especially if this is your natural shadow and it will be much easier to wear.