Brown Hair 2019. From Chocolate To Coffee The Most Glamorous Nuances!
Caffe, chocolate, hazelnut and biscuit … no girls, we’re not talking about sweets, but of the most trendy brown shades of 2019. All rich in tasty nuances, ready to make your hair fabulous!
This year the brown hair will dominate the foliage of all the girls, thanks to the vastness of colours and shades. We can greet the sunny shatush and sweep, for 2019, the most current trend is to wear your hair full and intense shades, thanks to natural colour and rich.
There will certainly be reflexes to characterize these nuances, which perfectly emulate the natural shades of brown hair. Shiny, bright and extra glossy are the characteristics to look for with the new season for our hair. Curious to find out what will be the most glamorous trends and nuances for brown hair in 2019? Then let’s not waste any more time, and let’s start the post! Let’s begin!
HOT CHOCOLATE BROWN: THE TRENDY COLOR OF THE BUNKELLES IN 2019
The chestnut colour will be declined in every nuance for the hair in 2019, loved and flaunted by many celebrities, who are true style icons, this year the trend will be to show off the hair as naturally as possible.
A return to the most natural nuances, without excessive lightening, which is now going out of fashion; we can, therefore, say goodbye to the net break of the shatush or to the bright locks of the balayage.
For 2019 the brightness will be given by the nuances and reflections of which are new colours will be rich. Moreover, this colour has a very low maintenance level and allows you to wear them without distinction both in winter and in summer.
CASTANO CHOCOLATE THE MOST LOVED COLOR IN THE CELEBRITY OF THE MOMENT
THE COLOR OF BELLA HADID TAKES UP THE SUPER-TRENDY 90S NUANCES FOR YOUNGER GIRLS!
The hot chocolate brown, therefore, will be the most requested shade of the coming months, brought back into fashion by Bella Hadid who has decided to give her hair a characteristic signature hair look that makes her beauty even more magnetic; making the face and eyes stand out.
According to Jenna Perry, the hairstylist who created the shade worn by Bella -during the parade of Victoria’s Secret – this colour has a strong reference to the 90s where the colours were all tone on tone.
“To create a brown colour rich in brown, be sure to use a hot chocolate brown, not ash brown, ” celebrity Nelson Chan’s hairstylist from Beverly Hills told FoxNews. “The goal is to have a brown colour with a golden undertone that creates shine and makes the texture richer”.