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Hair Colors For Morena Beauties

These fun, fearless, and drop-dead gorgeous morenas show us how it's done.
Hair Colors For Morena Beauties These fun, fearless, and drop-dead gorgeous morenas show us how it's done.

If people are breaking fashion rules, we see no reason why we can’t break some beauty rules, as well. If you want to try a certain hair color so much, go ahead! Really, all you’ll need is a bucket of confidence, so stop overthinking and just go for it. We see celebrities changing their hairstyles every so often and it pretty much ends up working for them most of the time, right? Of course, there are still guide lines and we’ll give you ladies a few tips. So go ahead, scroll down to see the color scale and learn from your favorite celebrities how you can pull off different shades by simply owning it. 

If you can't go all-the-way with a new color, you may start with a few highlights. Highlights add stunning contrast, dimension, and a whole lot of style options to a woman's crowning glory when done correctly. They can frame your face (a.k.a make your face look thinner), can do wonders to your complexion, and can even make your eyes pop. The extra gloss is exactly what you'll need to complete a smashing 'do. You just need to keep three things in mind: first, the placement is of utmost importance, stick to one to two shades darker or lighter than your base color to create a classy and discrete effect (unless you're going for drastic), and finally, listen to your hair stylist, they know best! If you ask us, standout hues for morenas are maple brown, mahogany, toffee, and other rich, warm tints. 

For a closer look at the celeb hair colors, launch the gallery.

P.S. Dying to be a red-head? It will work best if you have a warm undertone (the visible color of your veins is green).

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