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: Chocolate Hair with Toffee Highlights

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Dark Brown Hair with Caramel Highlights

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Light chocolate brown hair looks incredibly sweet when striped with toffee-colored highlights, which can really warm up one’s complexion. To emphasize highlights and boost the volume up top, gather pieces of hair loosely into a braid and leave it sans hair tie.

Wavy Dark Chocolate Brown Balayage Hair

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Dark chocolate brown hair becomes even more gorgeous when set off by black. Wavy locks look like a waterfall of soft color when worn down – loose and flowing

Long Espresso Curls

Get this beach-ready hair color by adding soft caramel balayage highlights mid-shaft on long hair. When painted on using the artful balayage freehand technique, these natural blonde highlights look as if they’ve been kissed by the sun.

Long Espresso Curls

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: Icy Mocha Brown

Ideal for warm complexions, icy mocha and beige highlights are a neutral approach to adding hair highlights for brown hair without unflattering golden or orange tones. Ash blonde highlights flatter medium and olive complexions.

Icy Mocha Brown

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Coffee with Cream

Say goodbye to boring brown and lighten up your tresses with beige highlights for a universally flattering take on blonde.

Coffee with Cream

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The perfect answer to indecisiveness? Ombre and balayage brunettes! This hand-painted brunette works beautifully on a medium length cut and instantly adds texture and movement to any style. Bedhead has never looked better.

Ombre Balayage Combo

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: Balayage Beach Blonde

Get that California glow. As classic as summer blonde can get, this balayage beach blonde is the perfect way to lighten brown locks so they’ll transition into fall with ease. Hold onto that Indian Summer a little longer with this sexy and sunny style.

Balayage Beach Blonde

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: Root Smudged Locks

Blend the tones to the ends of the hair shaft and you have brunette with blonde streaks that look natural. Ideal for light brown or dark blonde, you can warm up your complexion gradually with lighter accents.

Root Smudged Locks

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