Bloggers Wear Golden Brown Hair
- Luisa (blogger on Style Roulette) gathered her long golden brown hair in a ponytail
- © Luisa / Style Roulette
This summer’s hot hair colour is golden brown. Bloggers love to wear these soft shades between caramel and chocolate brown. You may also like to wear one of these brown shades this summer and allow the sun to create sophisticated highlights in your hair
With their hair colour ranging from blonde with caramel tones to chocolate brown bloggers look sophisticated this summer. They are ready for fun in the sun. The sun will create highlights in their golden blonde or caramel brown hair, which will add even more vibrancy to their sun-tanned complexions.
These highlights give the golden brown of the bloggers’ hair the allure of energy and youth. Dependent on the angle light hits the different strands of hair, it will look blonde or brown. This creates flowing contrasts and the illusion of movement. The trendy ombre colouring enhances the shimmering beauty of light-infused hair.
Luisa demonstrates these effects with her two-tone hair and Carla’s streaked hair also dazzles with the interesting effects of reflected light. We hope you will enjoy the various looks in our gallery.
Tips to keep golden brown hair looking vibrant through the seasons:
To maintain the lustre of your golden brown hair through the summer months your hair needs plenty of care. In extreme temperature, hair needs moisture and a heat protectant. Apply oil to the hair ends for lustre and a well-groomed appearance.
Extra-gloss hairspray gives hair the deep glow for extra glamour. Every hairstyle looks better with dancing light reflections in healthy looking hair.
The ideal haircut for golden brown hair: Golden brown hair looks particularly appealing if it reaches at least to the shoulders. Be sure to cut the hair ends regularly to maintain the glamorous shine of your hair.
Suitable hairstyles for golden brown hair: Beach waves or curls create playful interest.
The proper colouring technique creates the desired golden brown: It takes only a few lighter streaks to produce ever-changing patterns of light reflection.
Darker complexions call for darker hair colour variations.