Winter may still be in full swing, but we’re already counting down the days until spring. There’s just something about the fresh new blooms, warm weather and shining sun that makes playing with new beauty looks and hair colors a whole lot more fun. If you’re also dreaming of hitting the refresh button and upgrading your mane for the new season, look no further than earth tone hair colors.
Not surprisingly, earth tones are colors that are found in nature. Think: terracotta, mustard yellow and burnt sienna. When incorporated into blonde, brown, red or black shades, earthy hair tones add a warm and subtle pop of color to your tresses. The hues are extremely flattering on all skin tones, infinitely versatile and sure to have everyone asking about your color.
Want to get in on the hair color trend? Below, we share nine stunning earth tone hair colors — and how to get them at home — for spring.
If you ask us, there’s never been a better time to go red. Not only is the color seriously vibrant and eye-catching, but it’s a fantastic way to brighten up your look just in time for spring.
While there are so many red hues to choose from, rust hair is on our radar for the warmer months. The earth tone hair color blends orange and red shades with a slightly muted and softer finish. Get the look yourself with L'Oréal Paris Féria Multi-Faceted Shimmering Color in Rich Auburn True Red.
2. Burnt Sienna
Similar to rust, burnt sienna has hints of copper, auburn and brown tones that come together to create a stunning color full of dimension. The hue can be worn as highlights or a new hair color, making it an ideal option for most folks. Try out the burnt sienna hair color with the L'Oréal Paris Féria Multi-Faceted Shimmering Color in Auburn Brown.
Throw it back to the ’70s with a terracotta hair color. It’s like a sun-kissed strawberry blonde color meets copper meets auburn. If you’re already blonde, use the L'Oréal Paris Excellence Créme Permanent Triple Protection Hair Color in Medium Reddish Blonde to get the color. For those with darker tones, making an appointment with your hairstylist is your best bet since going terracotta requires you to start with light hair.
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