Discover all the possible combinations of auburn red! That particular type of coloring that will allow you to show off an enviable hair
Summer 2019 holds many surprises in terms of trends, not only in terms of fashion in dress but also in fashion. The novelty this season is in fact the chestnut, which has outperformed the blonde thus becoming the hair color trend of the summer. There are infinite possible nuances, but what seems to be the favorite of the most famous stars like Gigi Hadid, Emma Stone, Dakota Johnson and many others is the red “auburn”, the auburn / golden brown with its warm reflections. Discover with PG Magazine all the possible combinations of this particular type of coloring to show off an enviable hair.
A red with infinite possibilities
The so-called “auburn red” is a difficult color to define as it gives different results depending on the natural base of the foliage. In general it is a particular combination of two different colors: chestnut gold and mahogany. If used on a very dark base of hair the auburn will give the hair reflections that vary from red to purple, while the bases characterized by light brown will have shades that turn on the copper.
The auburn hair proposals for this summer 2019 have been extended and reinvented compared to the previous ones, seen in the past seasons. Same color, but different combinations depending on the desired result. Obviously a full-colored crown (in balance between brown and copper) remains a classic, but the other proposals are also interesting, playing with the warm reflections of the auburn to give the hair a radiant appearance.
The variants of the auburn
For the brunette women who want to give their hair only coppery reflections, the winning tactic is to resort to strategic highlights, almost imperceptible light points that in the sun will make the hair shine in a completely new light. Remaining on the theme of “natural effect”, balayage is also to be remembered, a technique that allows for brighter bright and vibrant reflections, creating a particular contrast with the natural base.
If instead you want to get a more visible result, the choice to focus on is the ombré hair, the technique that gives the hair a shaded effect. A base with natural brown that fades into red auburn lengths will give the hair a perfect shiny appearance to show off in the summer months. Not to be neglected then are the variants with stronger shades, such as those of copper and cherry for the darker bases or shades tending to gold for the brown women who prefer to have a hair color that turns towards the blonde.
As you can easily guess, the different declinations of auburn red make it perfect for highlighting almost any type of complexion. While a total color can put more emphasis on a face with a light complexion, Mediterranean-skinned browns can warm the color of their skin even more thanks to the auburn-tinged hair. This summer, the “sun-kissed” hair effect is a must-have that you can’t do without, and thanks to the red auburn you don’t even need to wait for the sun!