If you're growing tired of your look, it might be time for a new dye job. Getting your hair colored is a fun way to zhoosh things up without revamping your entire closet or splurging on new makeup products. Still, we do understand that choosing out the right hair color intimidates many first-timers. Here's the good news: There are actually lots of pretty hair colors that don't require much maintenance, plus some of them are actually celeb-approved, too! And even if you're no longer a hair dye virgin, these subtle tones can totally transform your whole vibe.
Ahead, check out 8 celeb-approved hair color ideas that are perfect for low-key girls and beginners alike:
1. Andrea Brillantes: Ginger Brown
In case you haven't noticed, red orange hair has been making rounds on social media lately. But if that trend is a bit too daring for your style, go for a ginger brown hue like Andrea's. It's more laid back but just as pretty!
2. Angelina Cruz: Warm Dark Brown with Blonde Highlights
For a universally flattering shade, try a deep, warm brown that brings out the golden undertones of your skin. You can also ask your hairstylist to add golden caramel highlights for that sun-kissed effect.
3. Julia Barretto: Chocolate Brown
Chocolate brown is another low-key hue that's perfect for all Filipino skin tones. You'll also have plenty of leeway for skipped appointments as it's a very close color to your natural black hair.
4. Alexa Ilacad: Pastel Highlights
Opt for pastel highlights if you want the perfect middle ground between fun neons and plain browns. It's a fun yet wearable look!
5. AC Bonifacio: Chunky Highlights
Chunky highlights were first popularized in the '90s, but it seems like the trend is finally making a comeback. As AC demonstrates, this trend effortlessly frames your face and makes you look youthful.
6. Shanaia Gomez: Bronde
When in doubt, go bronde! It's a seamless fusion of brown and blonde shades usually incorporated into a classic ombré or balayage look.
7. Gillian Vicencio: Ombré
PSA for hair dye virgins: Bleaching your scalp hurts a fair amount. Fortunately, ombré is a less painful alternative that looks natural as your roots grow out.