Warm Auburn Hair Waves

auburn hair has long been popular in Hollywood, from Anya Taylor-Joy’s bold red waves to Gigi Hadid’s recent Jessica Rabbit reveal, and many A-list celebrities are known to experiment with it. If dark crimson locks aren’t quite your cup of tea, why not opt for warmer copper hues like Anya Taylor-Joy did instead?

This balayage technique creates a stunning combination of medium auburn base color with vibrant copper highlights that frame and enhance your face beautifully.

Deep Auburn

If you’re seeking an auburn shade that exudes feminine elegance, trust this gorgeous hue with your locks. Copper red hair color works wonderfully to add some shimmering highlights that flatter any complexion while simultaneously being deep enough for classic auburn tones to shine through. When styled into sleek waves that fall effortlessly over time, you are certain to make an impressionful statement!

This rich copper red hue of auburn is perfect for darker skin tones. The rich copper red blends perfectly with warm chocolate brown hues for an eye-catching combination that complements brown eyes beautifully.

For a subtler version of brunette red, try this medium copper auburn shade interlaced with subtle blonde highlights and styled into romantic waves. This multidimensional look can help those who are struggling with bolder red shades find something they like; its light copper highlights also create face framing effect so you aren’t left unnoticed!

Rusty Auburn

Auburn hair color falls somewhere along the deeper red spectrum alongside mahogany and burgundy hues, making it the ideal shade for brunettes wanting to switch things up without fully committing to a red hue.

This balayage brings out the natural luscious beauty of this girl’s auburn brown hair with soft and warm red hues, complementing her facial features and enhancing her eyes. To maintain vibrant colors for longer, she utilizes high-quality color-depositing shampoo like INVIGO.

Lightening up the brown base of your natural auburn locks lets you experiment with copper shades that evoke metal’s sparkling shine. Highlights infused with copper auburn hues can elongate facial features while showing off movement within strands – and will reduce salon visits over time by eliminating touchups! This technique also extends time between appointments by eliminating frequent touch-ups.

Multiple Tones of Auburn

Auburn is one of the most adaptable shades on the red spectrum, ranging from vibrant to subdued depending on how vibrant or subdued it can be. Julianne Moore famously rocks this hue – hers being neither too dark nor bright but has a natural sheen that shines with natural luster (to maintain this look, use Davines Nou Nou Shampoo ($32).

Darker versions of this shade can be worn as either full head color or blended into light brown hair for an eye-catching effect. This balayage blends ribbons of strawberry blonde with darker auburn to produce an alluring tone that doesn’t shout too loudly.

Copper auburn offers brunettes a personalized and distinguishing look, standing out from the crowd with rich and warm tones that bring out olive and medium skin tones beautifully, pairing well with cool undertones such as burgundy or violet hints for contrast. For optimal results, avoid heat styling and make time for at least one deep conditioning treatment per week to maintain healthy locks and keep color vibrant and luminous.

Sunset Auburn

With its soft glow and natural sophistication, sun-kissed auburn hue is the ideal way to achieve natural and sophisticated beauty. Popular among actors, models and influencers like Gigi Hadid and Kendall Jenner who want their redhead appearance without looking bright or bold, this sun-kissed auburn shade has quickly become one of their go-tos for effortless redhead looks.

This dark copper shade combines the warm undertones of strawberry blonde with rich red to create an ideal deep auburn hair color. This stunning color pairs wonderfully with wavy hair and can easily be styled into casual waves or half-up dos for date night outings.

Light blonde strands can achieve this look through either root-to-tip hair color transformation or subtler balayage highlights, while darker locks may require pre-lightener treatments to create the melted sunset hues. Speak with your stylist about which method would work best for you; once done, the result will be an original and personalized shade tailored specifically to you based on complexion, eye color and heat protecting products used during maintenance.

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