The world's most beautiful women wears this style which means you should try the warm brunette look. Brown recommends medium brunettes add a few cinnamon ombré pieces. "You don’t want to do too many because you don’t want hair to look brassy so just a few pops of that warm color brighten up your face," says Brown. "It adds dimension to make hair look fuller and shinier."
Another ombré enthusiast is Eva Longoria. Her cinnamon-tinged color brought a new element to her trendy bob.
Streaks of cinnamon also found their way into Jenna Dewan's sleek brunette bob.
A sprinkle of cinnamon grants Aldridge's some definite edge.
Alba's ombré blends several fall colors for an effortless step into September.
"We will still being seeing a lot of mushroom blonde and dirty brunette," explains Brown. " While "bronde" has always had more golden tones, mushroom blonde tends to be more neutral with a few lighter ombré highlights/ woven in."
Beckinsale is fall ready with her ombré highlights.
Red always has a moment in the fall, and fall 2019 is no different. Brown recommends coppery colors to match the changing leaves, but bright and rich deep oranges are also a fun option.
Stone has worked several shades of red hair. Her latest is a softer take on the fiery hue.
Bosworth's red locks airs more on the copper side of things, which is a color trend on the rise.
The actor hasn't gone red in a few years, but her distinct shade of bright orange feels fresh.
If considering a switch to red, who better to use as vision board material than Rihanna at the 2015 Met Gala?
One of the quintessential Hollywood red heads, Moore's hairstyle influence isn't leaving any time soon.
For a span of 2019, Baldwin sported pastel pink hair. She had traded in her traditional blonde before, opting for the pink 'd0 update at the 2018 Met Gala.