Adding chestnut highlights to medium brown hair like adds instant dimension. Ask your colorist to make re-growth less evident by keeping your highlights 1-cm. from your hairline and part, says Stuart Gavert of Gavert Atelier, which can extend your time between touch-ups to five months!
“You don’t want to be as light in the fall as you were in summer,” says Kaz Amor of Warren-Tricomi L.A., who recommends toning down your color with the changing seasons, like recently did when she traded her honey-blonde highlights for a darker pixie cut.
Making a color like ‘s last is easy when you start deep-conditioning your hair each night for two weeks before you dye. “Because you started to treat your hair early, when you put the color down it will stay,” says Amor, who’s a fan of Redken conditioners.
Stars like have Hollywood’s hottest colorists on speed dial – and you can, too, when you become your own. Frédéric Fekkai’s Salon Color Kit brings the high-quality hair dyes you’d get in the salon right to your home, $30 per kit.
Music’s most fashionable is never shy about changing up her hairstyle, but one thing remains constant: her signature deep brown base, which keeps even the most fashion-forward looks chic rather than outrageous.
The Bandslam might rock some of the darkest locks in Hollywood – but her color never washes out her complexion. Get the perfect shade by amping your color with a semi-permanent dye, which lets you “opt for a more natural effect,” says star stylist Kevin Murphy, “that is closer to your natural color.”
The high-shine finish of sculpted waves plays up her deep chestnut color. Get the same glossy look with a touch of Ted Gibson Tame It Shine Lotion, which was developed by Anne’s regular hairstylist to give hair a red-carpet worthy sheen while fighting fly-aways.