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Dark ash brown – the edges of a brown hair color

A dark ash brown hair color is a perfect way to go if you want a change from the norm. However, it’s important to know what you’re going in order to get out of this hairstyle with something that flatters your skin tone and eye color. This blog post will help shed some light on all of the different ways that ash brown can be achieved through highlighting, balayage or traditional coloring techniques.

What is dark ash brown hair?

A dark ash brown can be described as any shade of brown that contains cooler undertones. It typically falls into the black or chocolate family for most people, but there are some variations on this theme! Dark ash brown-haired people will stand out in a crowd because their coloring provides dimension and shine to

What is dark ash brown hair?
Photo from @hairby_gloria

Dark ash brown – with glitter

Normally, dark ash brown has a calm hue that does not shimmer in the sunlight. However, you can add some pearls to the dye to end up with a beautiful pearlescent shimmer to the hair.

Dark ash brown - with glitter
Photo from @sha.ya.da

Dark ash brown – dark veil

Coloring can go in the direction of darkening, which will look especially good on girls with tanned or swarthy skin. In addition to ash, gray and brown tones, the master adds graphite to the paint, which gives a similar shade to the hair.

Dark ash brown - dark veil
Photo from @themaneartistry

Dark ash brown – with gray strands

If you have gray strands, you should not hide them with full hair coloring. Be sure to pick up a shutout or balayage technique, where the dye will smoothly emphasize the gray strands, rather than completely hide them. Ash brown hair in a dark version is the perfect choice for gray hair.

Dark ash brown - with gray strands
Photo from @themaneartistry

Dark ash brown – chocolate

In the chocolate version, the master adds more brown tone to the paint than usual. It can be any shade of brown that looks different on the hair afterwards. That is, some hair can have strands of milk or bitter chocolate, spice, cinnamon, ash and others.

Dark ash brown - chocolate
Photo from @themaneartistry

Dark ash brown – light glaze

In the light version of the coloring master on the contrary adds more ash. Both dark and brown colors are present here, but ash is noticeably more predominant. The option is suitable for younger girls and those with fair skin and eyes.

Dark ash brown - light glaze
Photo from @hair_one_tom

Dark ash brown – classic

A classic is an even combination of brown, ash, and dark paint, where the master dilutes everything clearly and without excess. It is obligatory to add a special tone that will extinguish unwanted shades that may come out at the time of hair coloring. Such a choice is universal. It is suitable for any age of a woman, combined with any skin tone and eye color. It does not add to age.

Dark ash brown - classic
Photo from @hellosum.mer

Dark ash brown – smoky

The smoky option is a rather complicated coloring that should only be done by a master in a salon. The fact is that here the master adds different shades of gray and ash to end up with a beautiful smoky result. If you over pour the paint, the coloring will go into a gray scale, which will not be a dark brown coloring with ashes.

Dark ash brown - smoky
Photo from @decouper_snipzone