Dark auburn strands with a rich copper hue and a slight grown-out effect boost confidence. Whether you go all out or just add a few highlights, this hair color will make you stand out!
How better to style this hair color than with a bouffant and headband? The lighter, bronzed copper hue and bright headband look great on lighter skin.
The world's pumpkin spice obsession takes over in fall. This fall delight inspires a stunning copper and peach hand-painted hair color look. Show off the copper and peach dual tones with loose waves.
If you like earthy, natural hair colors, you'll love this look. This natural hair look uses muted copper and russet brown highlights on light hair. This copper color looks great in curls.
Winter and Christmas spirit are perfect for experimenting with bright hair colors. If you're feeling brave, use this bold copper hue on your hair for a Grimm Brothers-inspired look.
This copper, rust, and ginger balayage is soft and beautiful, making it hard to look away. Add open curls to complete this romantic look.
The bleach you'll need to color your dark brown hair makes it difficult, but the stunning results are worth it. This rich copper sombre on a deep mahogany brown base proves elegance is subtle.
Starting with a rich auburn at the roots, this color job slowly fades into a light copper for a timeless look.
Emma Stone looks amazing in any hair color. But she looks best redheaded. Combined with a short shaggy bob and bangs, this subtle copper ombre with a strawberry blonde shade at the bottom is stunning.
Only having two metal-toned hair colors is better! First, this light copper hair color is airy and bright. Curly hair and coiled bangs give this style dimension and length.
This look's deep burgundy, copper, and candy pink highlights suit chocolate brown hair. Style this look in big, voluminous curls to maximize its depth and dimension.