Every single time the spring season rolls around, we're told to go lighter with our hair color, in order to reflect the longer days and warmer temperatures. We love that seasonal shift, but this year, we're thinking of turning it on its head and going for something richer and deeper.
Especially after seeing chestnut hair colors all over Pinterest—and on our favorite celebs, we're sold and ready to make a change. Before you schedule an appointment, check out our favorite A-list sources of inspiration.
Maintenance Level: Color should fade seamlessly but highlights might need some upkeep.
Goes Great With: Most skin tones and undertones
Price: Varies per salon. Your base color will also impact the cost.
Jessica Alba's chestnut locks are a little bit lighter and a bit more golden in tone, sort of like the "Tiger Eye" trend.
Lily Collins's red-tinged locks are perfectly accessorized by a floral silk head wrap. Try adding a temporary dye if you want to try out another tint, like Collins's red hue, without the commitment.
Olivia Culpo's deep chestnut shade is sure to look stunning on similar olive skin tones.
Can we petition Rachel McAdams to always keep her hair this vibrant mix of chestnut and auburn?
To keep your color vibrant, incorporate hydrating masques and gloss-enhancing treatments into your weekly routine.