So brown is the new blonde. At least that’s what a feature in February’s Vogue – the one with untrendy blonde Kate Bosworth on the cover – is claiming. Writer Marina Rust talked to several stylists who have been darkening clients’ locks of late, and implies that brown hair is the more mature color choice.
We’re glad to see Vogue back a so-called trend that everyone can embrace. To help achieve that “high-end, luxury look” Rust talks about, check out the shampoos below.
Ted Gibson’s Color Depositing Shampoo ($36) amplifies brown shades in natural and color-treated hair.
Instead of depositing color onto hair, John Frieda Brilliant Brunette Shampoo ($6.59) contains crushed pearls to reflect light, creating more depth and shine.
For other SheFinds hair picks – no matter your color – check out our Guide To No More Bad Hair Days.
And take a peek at our Solution for Taming Static-y Hair.