The low maintenance beauty of ash brown is ideal for people on the go. You can tone it lighter or darker to your liking, but we prefer it medium brown because of its warmer wintery tones.
This season, use a contrast between your natural hair color and dyed shade to make it more winter-like. Black hair is a classic choice, and it can be brightened with highlights.
This is a beautiful blonde hue that complements cool skin tones. It's a versatile option for individuals with pale complexions and goes with any natural winter style.
This is a warmer, softer version of ash blonde tone. It's a neutral, low contrast color that blends in with natural tones.
A stylish alternative to black that can be used in winter. The lighter you go with your base color, the more vibrant and impressive it will appear.
This rich purple hue is great for the winter, but it's not for pale skin! Those who already have some natural warmth in their skin tone would look fabulous.
The deeper hue of this stunning winter color is less warm than red shades, so it won't look too harsh on cool complexions.
This rich dark brown with a mahogany hue has always been popular and is still a stunning shade for brunettes in the winter.
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