#1: Cool Medium Brunette Hair
Cool medium-brown hair is smooth and silky mirror hair. It’s pretty and makes your hair look and feel extremely healthy and glamorous. To create a cool brown shade, I recommend you use Label M anti-frizz products: shampoo and conditioner. You don’t need a straitening iron when you use those products. This hair color is created by KC Professionals’ ice-coffee toner.
#2: Light Medium Brown Color Melt
Consider a color melt and a medium brown hair dye if you want to go lighter. Lighter ends with a darker root help to give a softer, lived-in feel. It also will make the re-growth less harsh. The main thing to remember is not to go much darker than your natural color. It will help keep things lower maintenance.
#3: Dark to Light Medium Brown Ombre
A dark brown to medium-brown ombre is perfect for women with oval faces. The middle part of this shoulder-length wavy hair can accentuate brown eyes. Medium brown hair colors like this allow you to show them you are ready to dance on heels!
#4: Medium Brown with Rose Tint
Switch it up with a medium brown with rose tint at your next appointment. Ask your stylist to add a rosy toner to your highlights for a neutral brown hair color. The rose doesn’t stay long, but a color-safe shampoo helps prevent this color from fading too fast.
#5: Thick Brown Hair with a Bright Blonde Money Piece
Make your locks look luxurious with shiny, thick brown hair paired with a bright blonde money piece. A big bold money piece is one of the most trending looks. By feathering your face-framing highlights, you can make the maintenance less but still get a bold pop of color. To keep your color fresh, tone every 4-6 for healthy shimmering locks.
#6: Wavy Medium Brown Color
A wavy look combines brown and rose gold hues blended with a shadow root, creating a seamless color-melted look on medium-brown hair.
#7: Espresso Medium-Brown
Go rich with an espresso medium-brown hair color. When looking for that perfect coffee hair color, ask your stylist for a subtle color melt with a darker shadow root that is only a level or two different from the rest of the hair. For added depth, ask for a neutral base with a warmer mid-length color for that natural sun-kissed effect.
#8: Medium Mousy Brown Hair
Medium mousy brown hair complements warm and cool skin tones, making it universally flattering. It’s on-trend as well as a low-maintenance style. Before blow-drying, spray in Mister Fantastic Blowout Spray by EVO for body and style support, and finish with EVO’S Love Drops serum for added shine.
#9: Mushroom Brown for Medium-Length Hair
Try the mushroom brown for medium-length hair. Choose this hue if you love the darker cool-toned browns coupled with the tones of violet and ash. Remember, the cooler the shade, the more opaque the hair color will look. Avoid this hue if you prefer brighter and warmer sun-kissed tones.
#10: Medium Mocha Brown Hair Color
A medium mocha brown hair color can be achieved by balayaging blonde pieces on dark brown hair and then using a mocha toner to tone them down. The mocha color is a mix of warm and cool tones, making it suitable for every skin tone or complexion. When styling, add a bit of wave in the hair to enhance the beauty of mocha balayage.
#11: Golden Brown Ombre for Older Women
A golden brown ombre for older women will make you feel younger. A golden brown base with balayage ends will leave you feeling a sun-kissed glow on your tresses. The grow-out will be seamless and low-maintenance. Style your hair with some waves to finish off your new look!
#12: Medium Honey Brown with Subtle Highlights for Over 50
Medium honey brown with subtle highlights for women over 50 adds dimension and brightness. Honey brown can add enough warmth to the hair without going to gold. Honey brown color looks beautiful on warmer skin tones, but with so many shades of honey brown, you can find one to compliment any skin tone.
#13: Reddish Medium-Brown Color
Medium red-brown hair color is subtle yet stunning at the same time. The color can give your natural hair a new edge. A charming and natural look for date night – this layered cut with loose ringlets also screams romance!
#14: Medium to Dark Brown Hair With Auburn Highlights
These auburn and medium-brown highlights are for ladies with thick hair looking to add more volume with soft and loose curls. The color in this dark brown with highlights is also ideal for blondes who like to try something new.
#15: Chocolate Brown Hair with Medium Brown Highlights
A homecoming queen with dark medium-brown hair and dainty loose curls on long wavy locks! This shade of brunette hair can amp up locks’ natural color and is sure to match most undertones or skin tones.
#16: Rich Brown Hair with Caramel Highlights
Are you taking a break from styling? These medium-brown tones with highlights are a favorite of many chic ladies for an everyday style. What to love best about this shade of brown with blonde highlights is its low-maintenance yet classy.
#17: Warm-Toned Medium Chestnut Brown Hair
No more boring hair day for you gals with luscious long locks if you rock this warm-toned chestnut brown color. Add volume to your hair by adding loose curls towards the tips, and you’ll instantly add dimension to your mid-brown locks.
#18: Golden Brown Hair
Color your chest-length hair with a golden brown balayage to give it new life. Mimic the look by opting for a sleek effortless-looking beach wave that’s made more stunning when paired with this glittering shade of golden brown hair dye.
#19: Medium Brown with Honey Blonde Highlights
Adding dimension to thick, medium-brown hair colors has never looked this good! With these honey blonde highlights for medium brown hair, you’ll experience having blonde hair that requires low maintenance. A fabulous curly texture would be perfect for a hassle-free night out.
#20: Medium Ash Brown Hair Color
Freshen up your long bob with this medium ash brown color! The outcome creates a cool brown hair color, appearing subtle yet glorious at the same time. To prevent your shoulder-length, straight hair from looking flat, add waves for extra texture.
#21: Medium Copper Brown
Go for a medium-brown copper-gold color like the one created by master stylist Maxine Glynn of Freehold, NJ. “The bests thing about it is its strong bronze tone and shiny shimmer of copper gold. Pairing it with a soft wave helps to bring out that shimmer,” explains Glynn.
With a medium-brown color, Glynn says you have to be very comfortable with the copper tones. “A bronze hair color still has brown, so it’s very soft and natural but has a lot of copper tones, so you have to love that and want to see that.”
#22: Medium-Dark Brown Ombre
This medium-dark brown ombre was created by hair colorist Michael Dawood of Toronto, ON. “Brunette women have almost always preferred a “lightness” throughout their highlights without the color coming across as too blonde,” says Dawood. “Medium-brown locks can have a slight reddish tint with certain color combinations.”
Maintain your new dark hair with various hair treatments that promote shiny hair. This medium dark brown hair also promotes healthy-looking tresses and minimizes the chances of accumulating hair breakage from the bleach.
#23: Medium-Brown Balayage
“This is a soft medium-brown balayage with a soft-layered hair cut to keep density at the ends. The loveliest thing about this hue is the seamless blend from chocolate brown to caramel with no harsh starting points,” stylist Kalli Wyssen of Vancouver, BC, explains.
Balayage is a technique that can be used on any hair type and face shape and is completely customizable to fit each woman’s goals and personality.
“Using a professional shampoo and conditioner is a must when doing hair color medium-brown,” says Wyssen. “Doing so will preserve the color and integrity of the hair.”
This medium brown hair with highlights is perfect for women new to color or women who want a low-maintenance change.
#24: Light Medium-Brown Balayage
This light medium-brown balayage is both lightweight and full of body. “There is such soft, subtle movement between the volume and curls that it looks elegance and ease,” says stylist Madi Almquist of Wayzata, MN.
“This light brown hairstyle has a style that’s ideal for all density from thin to heavy,” explains Almquist. “The key to achieving this style is a lot of volume from the temples and a loose curl. Use an inch and a-quarter to two-inch barrel curling iron.”
#25: Rich Medium Brown and Dark Burgundy Hair
The lusciousness that these shades of brown hair display perfectly matches thick hair density. And with soft waves on a long-length cut, these rich brown and dark burgundy shades look chic. Style this brown color hair with a half-up top knot, and you’re bringing that bombshell vibe!