41 Balayage Hair Ideas in Brown to Caramel Shades
Here is a list of balayage hair ideas in brown to caramel shades, basically any brown shade of haircolor if you don’t know what is caramel balayage. So I don’t have too fun colors like silver, purple, or rose but there’s shades like honey, black, auburn, and even hair that look almost blonde but still in the color family. If you want more blonde looks this article has awesome ombre hairstyles. Even if you’re staying in the corto family, you have a lot of options and your hair could end up being another shade like morenas, especially when you do it at home, and like it better than you expected!
People get caramel balayage on dark to light brown hair so you can find the shade that would work on your base color. I even saw someone’s grey hair go cenizo! Just depending on how chocolate your hair becomes and the technique you use, your lob or cut could end up really. You might learn its better with bangs, short, curly, or straight and it’s all part of the fun with a before and after. If you want to look at other options before the copper commitment, check out the new hair trends for 2018.
1. Before and After DIY
I love this before and after step by step tutorial because it really detailed in simple pictures. Her brown balayage hair looks gorgeous curly and actually has chocolate shades on the inside and comes from cenizo. Her honey is light enough to add a cool color like pink whenever she wants.
2. Color Technique on Dark Brown
For hair that’s short and between straight and curly, I love the texture and the color technique. The caramel balayage on black hair is a rich, dark brown and really subtle. I think it could be an auburn or even a burgundy.
3. Miel and Medium Brown on Straight Lob
There is so much color in her hair, it is gorgeous. The technique is called tiger eye if you like how the colors lay, but I love the DIY possible look. Her straight hair shows exactly where to lie a miel or medium brunette down.
4. Ash for Asian Hair
This ash color could be considered brown or blonde. The technique is almost an ombre effect, at least when in the braid because the braid from a brown to a caramel balayage. This color is possible for dark, straight Asian hair unlike a grey or silver.
5. Corto on Light Brown – Could go to Silver Grey
A beautiful corto balayage on this long, light brown hair. I love how she kept it straight but put it in a cute hair style to still show off the color. This is a great choice if your natural hair color is similar to what she has. During times you can be less strict you could still color it purple since its light!
6. Red Cenizo or Rose Technique
The cenizo in her curly medium length hair seems like it’s slight red which adds to the whole brunette look. When the color washes out, you’ll still have what the bleach did so your ombre hair. I recommend getting a color like rose so you don’t get bored with your haircut.
7. Chocolate to Miel
How she did her technique looks a lot like ombre. The curly style hides any different lines but her colors go well together. It goes from a dark brown to chocolate to copper and ends at miel. You can stop wherever you want, especially on short hair with less space to change.
8. Blonde on Black Hair with Brown Under
Caramel balayage on dark brown hair has many techniques. This one looks like a fast, almost sudden change to an ash blonde ~ brunette but has more brown under her hair. This is slightly hard to DIY but you can DIY a blue on the blonde after or the curl.
9. Dark Black with Burgundy Lob
Copper with a hit of red or burgundy is so sexy, especially on dark or black hair. This is a good example of how to have balayage on short hair, shoulder length hair. Curly is after a good hairstyle but you can keep it straight or natural.
10. Ombre or Balayage on Short Haircut
Getting ombre or balayage hair color technique gives you the chance to see at least three different shades of color on you. This coloring has copper and the darker brown, chocolate. It’s a natural transition for a short lob.
11. Caramel Balayage on Black Hair
Caramel balayage on black hair is hard to pull of. The trick is to have the transitions fade and blend together rather than have sudden highlights. Go from your natural dark hair to a medium shade like cenizo, chocolate, corto to a light shade like miel, honey, ash.
12. Corto or Auburn on Long Curly Hairstyle
13. What is Balayage Brown Hair on Bob
14. Red to Burgundy Brown Color DIY
15. Morenas and Miel : Medium Length
16. Balayage Technique Hair Tutorial At Home for Blonde Women
17. Chocolate to Copper to Miel Shoulder Length
18. Short Bob With Bangs and Ombre Color
19. Caramel Red
20. Dark and Auburn Chocolate Brunette
21. Before and After How to
Here is a good before and after so you know that the journey to balayage isn’t always direct. You might have to do ombre first or your first bleach on a separate occasion and then go in again to get your lightest desired shade. Once you get the closest possible to blonde, that might be almost grey for some people, then you can put in colors like pink, purple, blue.
22. Silver Grey from Ash Blonde Brunette
23. Brown and Subtle Color Technique
24. Rose Hair Balayage on Dark Brown Hair
25. Before and After – Ombre then Balayage Technique
26. What is Caramel Balayage
27. Lob or Long Bob Brunette Balayage
28. Black Hair with Chocolate and Brown Ombre
29. Honey Blonde for Brown Hair
30. Morenas Brown Color Tone on Long Straight Hairstyle
31. Dark to Cenizo
On really dark hair, you don’t even have to go a color as light as caramel. You can just go the first step to a chocolate or cenizo. It damages your hair less so you can still have it straight but not frizzy, and it looks like it belongs with your dark hair.