#28: Lovely Dark Chestnut
If you have dark hair, then consider this dark brown chestnut color! Add a bit of shine to your long, wavy tresses, and show off a lovely dark chestnut brown hair color with flair. Apply oil from your mid-lengths to your ends for a glossier outcome.
#29: Multi-Dimensional Chestnut and Blonde Balayage
This chic chestnut and blonde balayage hair trend scream dimension! It even looks more dramatic when matched with voluminous waves. Don’t forget to dry your long chestnut locks completely before curling to avoid any breakage. It’s a perfect example of a dimensional warm balayage, where you can see all colors and brown tones. The warmth of this chestnut brown hair balayage keeps the blonde bright with rooted rich shades.
Curling your hair showcases all of the colors in there. More texture and wave in your hair give you the full balayage effect. Notice the contrast between the depth of the root and the brightness of the chestnut brown ends. It’s beautiful! A chestnut balayage with dark roots works best if you wear your hair wavy, curly, or textured. It can be straight, but the waves highlight the dimension and contrast. If you have finer hair, I recommend different, more unique chestnut hair color ideas, like cinnamon or chestnut red hair, suited just for you.
#30: Sultry Dark Hair with Light Chestnut Highlights
Brown highlights suit any natural hair color and length. Very dark tan hair like this will certainly show off a deep bronze accent. If it’s too much, ask your stylist for chestnut brown hair with honey highlights instead.
#31: Deep Chocolate Brown Hair with Chestnut Highlights
Dark brown hair is extravagant, but when put together with deep brown and almond highlights make your look all the more delectable. Ask your stylist for a deep side part and long bangs to frame your face when going for a mocha chocolate brown + chestnut brown hair color.
#32: Gorgeous Light Chestnut
Looking soft and natural! This beautiful shade of light chestnut brown hair offers a more lived-in, low-maintenance look. Who doesn’t want that? Add soft waves to the ends of your lengthy lighter tresses for a subtle movement. With a shine spray, this toasted hair color will be radiant as it only appears.
#33: Romantic Chestnut Brown with Highlights
Chestnut brown hair with highlights on wavy, long tresses is the combination for any woman that wants to make an entrance. Try adding more of a shade of copper highlights to bring out the nuttiness in your hair.
#34: Youthful Medium Chestnut Brown
Try a lived-in chestnut hair color. Many brunettes tend to fall flat and need more depth, but you can have a beautiful multi-dimensional color with simple balayage and a glaze. Ask your stylist to give you a simple round brush blow-dry to accentuate the layers and the style.
As far as the haircut goes, the daily maintenance is really up to you. A little surf spray and texture cream are ideal for a wash-and-go look – especially in the hot summer when blow dryers are out of the question. If you want a more polished look, reach for a volumizing mousse, blow-dry cream, or a round brush, and go!
#35: Subtle Golden Chestnut
What I like about a golden chestnut color is its subtle soft degradation while being highly technical at the same time. My beauty tip to carry off a highlighted chestnut brown look is to start with hair that has a mid-brown base. To maintain your look at home, I recommend the brand Réflexion by Kerastase. Continuous care leads to a healthy head of hair!