Deep chocolate hair may seem impossible to make multidimensional, but that’s not the case. Dark auburn highlights on brown or black hair add a peppery touch, creating the illusion of extra depth and texture.
Auburn is (somewhat famously) a shade that’s gorgeous on women of color. If you have dark or medium skin, go for it. You’ll find that dark auburn is the extra nudge your hair has always needed to truly attain bombshell status. Don’t say we didn’t warn you!
Like the wine that’s its namesake, burgundy auburn is full bodied and rich in color. The red-purple shade brings juicy, fruity notes to dark brown hair. The shade looks beautiful on dark skin tones, so what’s stopping you from taking it for a spin?
While this shade fits a variety of colors and styles, we like to see it on longer manes. It’s a very feminine color, which makes mesh well with curled or wavy styles—the more romantic, the better.
Unlike its wine-inspired cousin, chocolate auburn leans toward true brown. This makes it an ideal choice for very dark brown hair, where it can add dimension to an otherwise monotone ‘do.
For extra depth, ask your stylist to pair your chocolate auburn streaks with golden pieces. The added blonde will create high points in your hair, making it look thicker and more textured.
Are you ready to take your hair in a vampy direction? Purple auburn is about to be your new best friend. The opulent shade plays well in very dark hair, adding a whimsical twist to any mane.
To get the most out of this look, ask your hair professional for multiple shades of purple layered throughout the hair. We like the varied look this creates, which is a little edgier than your average set of highlights.
When it comes to hair, not every woman wants flash. Some ladies would rather aim for a color that’s rich and vibrant, one that makes every day the best hair day they’ve ever had.
If that’s the case for you, choose light auburn highlights to add shimmer to your ‘do. The shade hints at copper without going overboard, making it ideal for every skin tone. It’s flattering and gorgeous, perfect for every season.
Here’s another pick that won’t lead you astray. Brown auburn, a shade that’s more toffee than ruby red, is a flattering highlight for all shades of dark brown.
To get the most out of this color, ask your stylist to place highlights around your face. The bright shade will lighten up your look.
Light Brown Auburn
Take it up another notch with touches of light brown auburn throughout the mid-lengths and ends of your hair. On medium and dark brown hair, the caramel-like shade mimics strands that’ve been naturally bleached by the sun.
Want the look of a long vacation while you’re still spending long days at the office? Light brown auburn is for you.
If you’re a natural redhead who’s been hunting for a way to make your color a little zestier, copper auburn highlights are the right move to make. The warm red shade breathes new life into dark red hair. (It’ll even do the same for medium brown hues!)
We like copper auburn highlights to perk up your mane before spring or summer.
Like copper auburn, ginger highlights add brightness and a summery tint to red hair. However, this shade is even brighter, adding punchiness to medium brown and red hair.
To really illuminate your mane, ask your stylist to add true or strawberry blonde highlights alongside the ginger. On long hair, the result is striking and fresh.
By now, we’re deep into the land of hair colors named after food. We’re partial to strawberry auburn, which walks the thin line between red, blonde, and brown. In other words, it’s a workhorse of a shade that suits a range of skin tones.
We like to see this shade used to highlight warm, brown base colors as well as dark and light red manes. There’s not a single style that strawberry auburn can’t make a little more special.
Talk about a universally flattering highlight color. Chestnut auburn, a medium-brown hair color that incorporates notes of red and gold, is the perfect choice to enliven dark brown hair. While some deep shades can feel a little one-note, chestnut auburn breathes new life into those flat locks.
On long layers, chestnut auburn is a no-fail choice. Ask your stylist to place a few around your face and throughout your mane, to bring a little extra brightness to your face.
Need to add a little sweetness to your hairdo? In that case, caramel auburn is your best choice. The golden-red shade is flattering on brown, red, and black hair. Notably, it also suits all complexions.
If you’re looking for highlight shade that brings out the best in very pale or very dark skin, caramel auburn is the answer. We love the sweet, unexpected notes it brings to hair.
Auburn-haired girls, you’re underrated. Redheads get all the attention and brunettes dominate the highlight conversation, but auburn hair color is really the shade that deserves attention. The red-brown shade doesn’t just add warmth to any skin tone, it glows and smolders like a fire that’s just about to go out.
If you like the shade but aren’t completely sold on a new hair color, give auburn highlights a try. They’re versatile and lovely on all shades, adding a little spice to any look.
In case you needed any more convincing, auburn works well with a variety of skin tones. If you’re extremely pale and have always worn your natural copper hair, strawberry auburn is the perfect way to refresh your look. On the other hand, dark-skinned ladies who’ve been looking to add dimension to their hair should book an appointment for burgundy highlights immediately.
With a color this gorgeous, there’s very little room to go wrong.
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