#1: Shiny caramel hair with a coin
Opt for a glossy caramel balayage with a lighter coin. A darker ash base color will tone down red undertones in your hair. And there will be a nice contrast with the golden balayage ends. A caramel balayage complements darker hair tones. Keep in mind that you will get a low maintenance color that stays within a few shades of your base color.
#2: Dark hair with deep caramel balayage
A dark brown and caramel balayage is a perfect way to add some dimension to your hair color. Because balayage hair is strategically colored, your stylist will determine the best placement. This way it shows the contrast between the light and dark colors. Subtle placement gives a more natural look. It can also give a more banded look when curled or curled.
#3: Medium layered cut with caramel highlights
Refreshing your look can be as simple as warming up your color and getting a good cut. Adding a rich hue adds shine to your hair without damage. In fact, it seals your cuticles for a beautiful shine. Top it all off with a layered cut to eliminate split ends and your hair will be healthier than it’s been in a long time! Always style with a heat protectant to keep hair in its best condition.
#4: Brunette hair with subtle light caramel highlights
Caramel swirls are a gentle touch to transform your customers. In my opinion, brunettes always look best with lightness on their face. Try adding lighter frame pieces by adding a triangular section. Start with a dot on the dividing line. Then work your way back through the balance point on the head. Lighten under this section. They then wear the best brown hair with caramel highlights.
#5: Warm caramel and blonde highlights on brunette hair
Warm caramel and blonde highlights are great for women with darker hair. It can often be difficult to lift or lighten darker brunettes. In this case, copper tones are ideal. Ask your stylist to keep your natural base. This allows the blond-copper tones to have more contrast.
#6: Medium length hair with auburn caramel highlights
The season calls for luscious, dimensional brunettes. Toning down tone-on-tone highlights creates an understated look. It will be long lasting with the fade out! This color works great on any length from short, medium and long, so don’t wait any longer to try it out.
#7: Caramel accents and shadow roots
One of the most popular colors that are always on trend is caramel balayage. This is a very universal color that would look great on anyone at any time of the year. Ask your stylist to apply a hydrating oil for a stunning, glossy finish.
#8th: Caramel balayage ombre on long hair
Opt for the gold with caramel balayage ombré on your long hair. Brown hair with a caramel balayage looks multidimensional and is extremely easy to maintain. Warm golden caramel gives your hair a glossy shine for a beautiful looking mane.
#9: Mocha brown balayage with long waves
A luxe caramel mocha balayage that hits all the right notes is perfect for fall. Start with a full head of balayage and smooth it out with a rich and creamy warmth that adds both depth and shine. Style those long lengths with some big waves to really finish things off and don’t forget the shine spray!
#10: Chocolate brown with caramel streaks
If your natural hair color is dark, try caramel highlights with a chocolate brown base. Chocolate caramel balayage will accentuate you beautifully. In addition, the warm tones create a beautiful shine.
#11: Dark brown balayage with honey tones
A dark brown balayage with honey tones is a gorgeous brunette. It’s perfect for adding dimension to any matte brown shade. Adding warmth or golden honey tones adds brightness and contrast. Ask your stylist for a caramel brown balayage to complement your dark brown base color.
#12: Full balayage with caramel tones
A full balayage with caramel tones looks amazing on most women. Try a caramel balayage melt that fades from dark to light, starting at the root. This creates a gradient effect on brown hair while showing dimension.
#13: Light caramel hair with dark roots
Dark roots blending into a light caramel is the perfect hair transition for girls. As your stylist, melt a cool dark tone that suits your natural hair into a lighter shade of honey. You will love playing with all sorts of shades!
#14: Creamy blonde caramel ombre
A dreamy caramel ombre that will have you immersed in a color shift. Ombré is such a versatile and low-maintenance color that it suits everyone perfectly. Blending dark roots into a perfect soft caramel is one of my personal favorites as it’s so rich and beautiful!
#fifteen: Partial fall balayage with caramel highlights
Try a partial balayage with fall caramel highlights. A part is a quick way to add gorgeous honey-toned highlights without sitting in the chair all day. Ten foils or fewer and your hair will shine.
#16: Caramel Ash Brown Balayage
Consider a caramel ash brown balayage if you want to be a dimensional brunette! Look for medium length caramel brunette balayage highlights when looking for hair inspiration. You will love the subtle tones.
#17: Caramel highlights on dark brown hair
Inject some joy into your deep brown hair and add caramel balayage highlights. Caramel balayage on dark hair adds multi-dimensional color and exceptional shine.
#18: Golden caramel balayage highlights
If you have balayage highlights, you have to try a golden caramel glaze! Caramel balayage on dark brown hair makes you look like you just stepped off the beach. Sun-kissed waves will really show off the caramel blonde and honey tones. The warm tones reflect the light, leaving your hair looking healthy and ultra shiny.
#19: Subtle caramel on brown balayage hair
Add some shine to your hair with subtle caramel balayage on brown hair. A subtle balayage will add natural-looking dimension to your medium brown tresses. Swirling caramel tones warm up your hair for easy-care color.
#20: Warm caramel blonde highlights on brown hair
Brown hair looks great with warm caramel blonde highlights. If you have dark brown hair, your stylist will treat you to foil highlights. Teasing at the root and applying a highlighter in a deep V is the way to go. This stunning shade complements most skin tones.
#21: Deep balayage with lighter caramel ends
Consider a deeply smeared root balayage with lighter reflective ends. For a color that complements hair color levels 3-6, try a dark caramel balayage with a golden red hue. A low-maintenance color requires a visit to the salon every 3-6 months.
#22: Light brown hair with caramel balayage
A rich caramel balayage on light brown hair is just what every brunette needs. Tone on tone is one of my personal favorites, it looks so natural as if the sun brought out the lightness. Try to change the tone of each appointment. Switch from a warm caramel to a more ash gray color if you’re looking for a change.
#23: Hazelnut balayage with subtle caramel tones
Fall is a brunette’s time to shine and bring out all the luxurious deep tones from hazelnut to mocha. I suggest playing up the dimension with a balayage with a few shades of difference. Then add coins to make the hair pop in all the right places. Be sure to see where the hair is before you lift it out. This will help ensure it sits in the exact spot you want to emphasize.
#24: Dimensional caramel highlights on medium brown hair
Transform your blunt strands into dimensional caramel highlights on your medium brown hair. Balayage hair painting gives a soft and subtle lift and the result is stunning. Swirling warm pigments add shine to your tresses for a natural, sun-kissed look.
#25: Caramel colored hair with warm tones and loose waves
Caramel colored hair with warm tones and loose waves is gorgeous and rich! Combining these copper tones in the right season can add the perfect amount of light to your hair. Ask your stylist to conserve or reflect heat. This ensures that the overall tone doesn’t look too ashy or dull.