This ombre look is great for brunettes who want to add some creamy caramel highlights. Elizabeth Gillies went for soft curls to show off the soft smooth transition of color that really accentuates her facial features flatteringly.
Maria Canals-Barrera has a gorgeous dark brown hair color associated with the hue of roasted coffee beans. The lighter ash brown tints add it the depth and dimension, enhanced in this example by the curly texture. You can get Maria’s look easily too. Simply curl your hair with a curling iron away from the face.
A really great way to add some drama to your locks is to mix up coffee hair color with dark blonde balayage highlights. Doesn’t Laura Nativo look great with her two-toned locks? It’s so easy for blondes to recreate the look, introducing just a little of coffee hue!
Mila Kunis has tried a really cool dark espresso color with a light teasing of a lighter golden brown hue at the very ends. Dramatic curls, gracefully swept to one side, are an awesome hairstyle to try with this color.
Jennifer Widerstrom shows us just how gorgeous a blend of coffee and caramel can look on your locks. It’s a good way to soften your face, highlight your eyes without a risk to add your years. Jennifer has her locks styled into easy effortless curls just to show them off. This look works so well for spring, but it can warm up your cool days too!
Redheads can get on board with the coffee hair color trend too. How great does Michelle Defraites look with such a warm tone to her silky locks? A coffee hair color transitions into a sophisticated dark copper hue when mixed with a red tone.
When it comes to coffee hues, they don’t have to be mid or light. Zoe Saldana has got the lovely dark coffee hair color, and it just works so well with her skin tone. Her messy side fishtail is pretty irresistible as well!
Ariel Winter sports a very trendy coffee mocha hair color and looks flawless with it. It flatters her pinkish skin tone so well and really brings out her eyes. Style curls, waves or ideally straight tresses. You can really pull off any look with this hue!
Coffee browns have been popular for years, and there is a reason for it! They are great as a base color that can be set off by “delicious” highlights or ombre. Ming Na Wen shows us a lovely coffee and caramel blend.
Hannah Simone goes for a rich and exquisite mix of browns to pamper her long locks. A smooth fade from dark coffee brown into the soft chocolate is spiced with reddish streaks, sprinkled throughout her gorgeous mane.