For darker brunettes, the color forecast is looking a little softer than what you saw in Winter. "This is more of a rich brunette or mocha ombré," said Brown. "It's still very dark, but will have fine and very subtle — so you'll barely see them — babylights to an ombré. You want the highlights to be subtle because you don't want them to end up looking red or brassy; you want them on the neutral side. You also want the highlights to be slightly lighter at the ends, like Ashley Graham and Gabrielle Union."
This brunette color has loads of dimension that creates a "soft contrast between the dark base color and mocha-colored highlights, which refreshes and lightens brown hair for Spring," said Papanikolas.