Delicious hues, such as caramel, are incredibly enticing, which makes them an excellent choice for highlights, downlights and dip dyes. Luckily, this sweet palette embraces a wide array of hues from neutral/cool beiges and soft creamy tones to rich tangerine and dark brown sugars. Literally any basic hair color may adopt a pop of caramel. Besides, you can vary the saturation of your highlights, going very tender and subtle or, vice versa, vivid and distinct. Even if for now it’s hard to imagine what kind of gourmet treatment you’d like for your locks, you are going to have a better idea about caramel hair inspiration after you look through the following engaging examples. Here is a gallery of 60 photos with best “caramelized” looks: welcome! [click to continue…]
Caramel Hair Color Ideas and Hairstyles
Caramel hair color is among the most popular hues for highlights today, because it flatters blondes, brunettes and redheads. Black hair with caramel highlights offers a nice contrast of shades that is however not too stark. The same is true for dark brown hair. Caramel highlights on brown hair remind us decadent desserts that are hard to resist. Those girls who want to try less contrasting solutions that refresh complexion and make eyes brighter should try caramel blonde hair or light caramel brown hair. These color mixes are quite soft, feminine and appealing to the eye. Caramel colored hair is also a good idea for brunettes who are going gray but don’t want to wear gray hair or look older with dark brown hair. In this case a caramel hair dye is your choice, especially if your skin has warm undertones. Experimenting with caramel highlights is not out of question for cool toned ladies either. In this case you should opt for cooler caramel shades.
Caramel balayage is trending and for good reason. The sought-after shade is universally flattering and looks stunning against all skin tones. The contrast between the caramel highlights and brown roots is simply divine, although that is not to say caramel won’t look just as good mixed in with blonder shades as nice lowlights. See top-20 variants of this year`s trendiest coloring technique! [click to continue…]