Ways To Breathe New Life Into Brown Hair Colours

Reinvent Your Brunette Hair Colour at Gavin Ashley Hairdressers, Bury St Edmunds

Loreal Brunette hair colours at gavin ashley hair salon bury st edmunds

Brown hair has a reputation as sometimes being dull and boring but the truth is with the help of the hair colour specialists at Gavin Ashley it is anything but! Our team of creative hairdressers in Bury St Edmunds can transform your hair colour and update your look!

Brown hair colours are really versatile and can add depth and dimension to any style. From the latest balayage highlights, adding a pop of hair colour to brighten your look or enhancing the natural tones of your hair colour we are on hand to help you have fun with your hair.

Blonde Balayage Colours For Brunettes

Balayage remains one of the most popular hair colouring techniques in our Bury St Edmunds salon with darker roots and lighter ends proving a top hair trend.

Adding subtle blonde hair colours to brown hair gives it an instant lift and can change a dull, mousy brown hair colour in an instant. To get the look, your Gavin Ashley stylist will keep your brown colour on top and only lighten the ends of your hair.  Since the colour is concentrated towards the ends of your hair, there won’t be a harsh line when your roots start to grow, offering low maintenance hair colour.

Highlights & Lowlights For Brunettes

Loreal Brunette hair colours at gavin ashley hair salon bury st edmundsIf you have been thinking about changing your hair colour but are nervous about doing so then adding a scattering of highlights or lowlights is a great place to start.

Rather than a drastic hair colour change highlights offer a multi tonal effect. Caramel and toffee colours, rich plum hues and hazelnut shades look great on darker hair colours.

Depending on your preference, the streaks can be chunky or thin, subtle or bold. For a sun-kissed look, choose a shade that’s only slightly lighter than your base colour. If you’d like a little more drama, ask for baby blonde highlights.

It’s important to bear in mind that when changing your brown hair colour for a lighter shade it may take more than one visit to the hairdressers – the darker your starting colour, the more sessions may be required to reach your desired end result.

Deep, Dark Brunette Hair Colours

Switch your light brown or mid brown hair colour for a deep, darker hue. Dark hair colours reflect the light so your hair will look super shiny and glossy.

Look for cool-toned colours if your skin looks warm and warm-toned shades if your skin looks cool. The hair styling experts at Gavin Ashley also suggest regular hair cuts to keep split ends at bay and keep your locks looking healthy and silky soft.

Re-style Your Hair at Top Bury St Edmunds Hair Salon

Mix up your style and transform your hair with a modern, up to date hair cut at Gavin Ashley. Colouring your hair isn’t the only way to change the way your hair looks – a cute pixie crop is perfect if you are feeling brave and want to go for the chop, while adding layers to mid length and long hair will add texture and movement.

Add Hair Extensions to Liven Up Your Style

Hair extensions are not only great for adding volume, thickness and length to your hair but are a great way to add a pop of hair colour. At Gavin Ashley Hairdressing in Bury St Edmunds we can achieve incredible hair transformations using hair extensions to give you instant, dramatic or subtle hair change.

Find out more about hair extensions at Gavin Ashley here.

Calling All Brunettes! Book Your Hair Colour Appointment at Gavin Ashley Hairdressing Salon in Bury St Edmunds

From light brown to dark brown, or chocolate to hazelnut – we have a perfect brown hair colour to suit you. Visit Gavin Ashley Hair Salon in Bury St Edmunds to find the perfect shade of brunette. Call our reception team to book your appointment on 01284 754066.

Did you know new clients can save 20% on hair colour at Gavin Ashley Hairdressing? Click here to view all of the amazing hair offers and salon deals we have available in Bury St Edmunds.