34 Sweetest Caramel Highlights on Light and Dark Brown Hair

Caramel highlights on brown hair

Caramel highlights on brown hair might be just the thing for you to kick your brunette hair up a notch! They add definition to layers and curls, lighten your overall color, and add soft warmth to your look. You can go bold, soft and subtle, or ombre‘ to add that “special something” to your color.

Brunettes don’t fret, with all of the caramel options you have, your locks will never look the same. Go dark and rich, lighter and creamy, or multi-tonal. Depth and lightness are not your only options either! Concentrate those gorgeous highlights around your face in a soft ombre’, or go all the way through. Just go for it and warm up your look by trying one of these brown hair with caramel highlights!

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Medium Dark Brown Hair with Caramel Highlights

Medium dark brown hair with caramel highlights
Instagram @hairbymegand

Q&A with style creator, Megan Dinh
Hairstylist @ HairSocial Salon Tysons in Falls Church, VA

How would you describe this look?

These highlights are a great way to add subtle dimension on brunettes.

My client originally came in with virgin hair and wanted to brighten everything up for the summer and have a haircut with more movement. That’s when I decided to stick with caramel because she didn’t want anything too drastic. At the same time, the balayage pieces would bring out the layers we added to her haircut.

In addition to the balayage, what better way to show off the color than to add on some loose soft beach waves. The waves help brings out the dimension between her natural color and highlights and of course is a style that is really in these days!

Any advice for someone considering it?

This look is for any brunettes wanting a very easy maintenance look. It’s very natural, so if you’re someone who wants a change but doesn’t want anything too dramatic, this look is the way to go!

Caramel tones can start to get extremely warm if not taken care of. Anyone considering this look should definitely consider investing in a color safe shampoo and a blue/purple shampoo to maintain the caramel tone and prevent the color from becoming too brassy.

Straight hair or wavy hair? The color is one that would suit any hair type. This color would also suit light to medium skin tones who also have warm undertones.

If you’re a client that is afraid of brassiness, I would ask your stylist to see if they can ash out the caramel tone a little, so as the toner fades out, you won’t have to worry about it getting brassy so quick.

Dark Brown and Caramel Highlights

Picture of a natural looking brown hair with highlights
Instagram @lisaamato

Q&A with style creator, Lisa Amato
Independent Hairstylist @ Hair by Lisa in Boulder, CO


How would you describe this look?

Natural looking hair color. I love the pop of light on my client’s face. I do balayage highlights with almost all my clients. It’s a great way to go lighter without highlighting the whole head with the traditional foil highlight look. It’s also much more modern.

Any advice for someone considering it?

I would recommend this look for any of my clients who are looking for natural looking hair color with natural looking sun-kissed highlights. This is great for a client who is looking for lower maintenance highlights. Typically, clients that get balayage only get their hair highlighted every 3-5 months, depending on how fast their hair grows. This specific client gets her hair colored every 6-7 weeks for grey coverage only and I recommend every second visit we balayage to refresh her highlights. This look is best for the client who likes the depth at the root and likes a more gradual feathered out highlight. It’s not a traditional more distinctive line that a foil highlight gives which is right at the root. This look is best for our simple/natural client, who’s is looking for a beachy sun-kissed style. This technique works on all hair types/color/face shapes.

I styled her hair with Oribe Supershine moisturizing cream (my fav product!). My client has fine hair but it has little natural wave and frizz. This is a product that is good for frizz, shine, it has no hold, nongreasy. So for typical clients today only wash their hair a few times a week, it won’t get greasy. I used a round brush and finished with the same product to smooth down any flyaways and frizz.

Lived-in Beachy Dark To Light Brown

Q&A with style creator, Lindsey Flavell
Stylist & Colour Technician @ The Boutique Atelier in Ellesmere Port, England


How would you describe this look?

I consider this look to be a lived-in beachy look. I love the multi-dimensional tones of caramel and how soft it is from roots to ends. The highlights, in this case, are low maintenance.

This particular client would need her roots touched up every six to eight weeks. At that appoint, ent I would also refresh the ends with a toner. I would then suggest she come back every four to six months to refresh her highlights.

In a case of lifting the ends, I always recommend LOréal Smartbond which is a product that has the ability to protect and strengthen the hair through the lightening process. For styling, I used LOréal Professional Techni-Art Full Volume Mousse with Kerastase Elixir Ultime Oil for shine. I used a GHD soft curl tong with their curl hold spray and gave it a soft comb-out with a wide-tooth comb, finishing it off with a working hairspray.

Any advice for someone considering it?

I feel that this look is for everyone. It is as low maintenance as you would like it to be, but refreshing it every couple of months keeps it looking polished. The soft and the beachy look is on-trend at the moment, so this look is perfect for any brunette that just wants to add more to their current look.

Sunkissed Caramel Halo Highlights on Dark Brown Hair

Natural Sunkissed Halo hairstyle
Instagram @lady_lockhart

Q&A with style creator, Kristen Lockhart
Hairstylist @ Elite Boutique Salon in Chino, CA


How would you describe this look?

I absolutely love this look because it’s so soft and subtle that it almost looks natural. This look takes me back to a time when we were kids in the summer with that natural, sunkissed halo on top.

Any advice for someone considering it?

I love balayage, however, it’s not for everyone. This was a lot of painting on top of the hair, which looks wonderful straight, but the curl is really what shows off that natural lowlight from underneath. Consider your best look with some sort of texture.

The cut is perfect for that fun beach wave and requires nothing but some heat protectant, texture spray, and a little hint of hairspray. Unless you have some sort of frizz, I would blow dry it out with a smoothing product and go back in with the same tactic.

Pick Me Up Caramel Hairstyle

Q&A with style creator, Lichelle Townsend
Hairstylist / Makeup Artist @ Shear Performance & Co. in Monroe, MI


How would you describe this look?

I would describe this look as a perfect “pick me up” look. It is something subtle yet noticeable to feel like you got a change, but didn’t go too crazy with it.

My favorite thing about this look is how it blends perfectly with her natural color and gives it that pop of sunkissed lightness!

Any advice for someone considering it?

Highlights aren’t for everyone, but when done right to get them to blend naturally with the hair, anyone can rock them! There are different techniques to make the highlights naturally grow out beautifully so you don’t have to get them touched up every month if you are on a budget.

As for products, I recommend a good leave-in conditioner because we did lighten the hair and naturally it could be a bit dryer than it was before. I personally like Miracle 20 by Matrix because it’s not too heavy, but leaves the hair super soft and hydrated. If your hair is very damaged, I would not recommend highlights as they would just be more damaging.

Highlights give the hair more definition and depth and are perfect for someone who needs something new, especially with the new seasons coming up! Highlights would be the perfect glow for summer.

Caramel Highlights on Dark Brown Bob

Q&A with style creator, Gladis Contreras
Hairstylist / Colorist @ Great Hair Day by Gladis in Corona, CA


How would you describe this look?

This guest has a short textured bob. Both shears an razor were used to achieve the look, followed by a foil balayage. My preference for toning natural brunettes is to keep the rich caramel tone not far from natural level.

My favorite thing about this look is the organic feel of this natural beauty. The placement and texture appear just as if she has been at the beach all summer.

When a guest shows me inspiration pictures of a look such as this, I always like to explain the at-home maintenance required for daily care. I like to start off with the importance of a sulfate-free shampoo, as well a moisturizing treatment, ideally used once a week. Depending on the level that the hair is lightened to, a violet-based shampoo is a great way to keep the color fresh in between visits.

The best part of a look like this one is that the maintenance is very low. Seven to eight weeks is the perfect timing to pre-book for a haircut and toner. The lightening process is not needed at every visit. I recommend every other visit for a full process.

Any advice for someone considering it?

If you are considering a caramel balayage textured bob, I recommend asking yourself if you are ready to do your “homework” and do your part to care for your hair in between salon visits.

Caramel Highlights Swirled On Dark Brown Hair

Caramel Swirl hairstyle
Instagram @gcandco_

Q&A with style creator, Cathy Korbis
Co-owner / Head Stylist @ GC & Co Salon and Med Spa in Vaughan, ON


How would you describe this look?

This look is soft yet subtle. It is classy and sassy with a pop of color, and perfect for anyone who wants a little change without going drastic. Baby steps!

Any advice for someone considering it?

I use Wella hair color, Oligo Professional bleach, and Olaplex for healthy processing and healthy hair.

This look is easy to maintain, especially for someone who doesn’t color their hair often. The caramel swirl is a perfect blend of natural with a pop of color. A few babylights give it added softness, making it perfect for any brunette or anyone who wants a change without lots of maintenance!

Subtle Dimension

Subtle Dimension hairstyle
Instagram @heather_g12

Q&A with style creator, Heather Guderian
Stylist / Owner @ Salon HG in Covington, LA


How would you describe this look?

I’d describe this look as a subtle dimension. My favorite thing about this look is that it appears effortless. It grows out so nicely and is just enough for a winter look.

Any advice for someone considering it?

This color looks amazing with a soft wave in it. I recommend a 1 1/-inch curling iron and Redken Control Addict for curling. After curling, pull your fingers through the curls with a little Redken Diamond Oil.

This look is really great for all face shapes because it falls below the collarbone.

Beachy Caramel Balayage

Q&A with style creator, Steph Symes
Hairdresser / Owner @ Shear Elegance Hair Design in Inverell, NSW


How would you describe this look?

I would describe this look as a beachy caramel balayage.

My favorite thing about this look is the beachy waves. It brings the whole look together and is so soft, but textured at the same time. This look is very versatile and you can wear it anywhere.

Any advice for someone considering it?

This color is a great way to transition from a dark brown into a lighter shade without too much effort and maintenance. It breaks up color without too much change.

My advice to a client wanting this look is that they are most likely not going to wake up like this, so products and hot tongs will be your best friend. The look does take a little bit of time to achieve, but can also be done quickly once you get the hang of it. If you’re active and have minimal time to style, this look could work for you!

Heat sprays, a sea salt spray, and a volumizing mousse are great products to help achieve this look. A curling wand will give the messy, loose and soft waves. Redken is my go-to brand!

Dark Brown to Light Ombre

Dimensional & Soft hairstyle
Instagram @taliagrace12

Q&A with style creator, Talia Stone
Advanced Stylist @ Honey & Hive Salon in Springfield, MO


How would you describe this look?

This look is very dimensional and soft, but still has that dramatic “WOW” factor!

My favorite thing about this look is how the blonde brightens up the client by going a little heavier with the lightness around her face.

Any advice for someone considering it?

My best advice for this look would be to consider your hair texture. This look has a lot of dimensions which in turn creates more depth and a thicker appearance. This is great for someone who is looking to enhance their fine texture.

This look is especially great for anyone who wants to be lower maintenance with their color because you are not committed to being in the salon chair every six to eight weeks getting retouched. The blonde is carefully placed just far enough off the scalp so it grows out effortlessly without any noticeable outgrowth. It’s perfect for that college student who wants to have great hair without a lot of upkeep, or for a busy working mom who cannot find time to be in the salon chair as often!

If you are considering this look, you want to make sure you are able to recreate the style at home. Having the right products helps intensify your color and the look you are trying to achieve. Products you cannot live without if you are considering this style are Sebastian Eruptek and Wella Sugar Lift. Apply a small amount of the Eruptek to wet hair all over. It makes the hair more workable once it’s dry and adds just enough grittiness so the hair is more suitable for curling. Apply the Sugar Lift after styling to get that textured beachy look.

Mocha Brown Hair with Copper and Caramel Highlights

Q&A with style creator, Michelle Lambert
Hair Designer @ The Salon at Ulta in Levittown, NY


How would you describe this look and what is your favorite thing about it?

This mocha brown hair with copper and caramel highlights is perfect for the fall season. The hair color includes multiple warm tones.

My favorite thing about this hair color is that it matches the colors seen throughout nature during the changing of the seasons. Mocha is the base color, then copper and caramel tones as highlights.

What products do you recommend to create and maintain this look?

The soft waves from this look make it easy to recreate using the right products and styling tools. The haircut was created so that it could be styled with a natural wave, straight, or styled with a curling iron.

Here I utilized the natural wave by spraying Redken Fashion Waves on damp hair before blow drying. After the hair was dry, I loosely curled the front and top layers with 1-inch curling iron, finishing with a spray of Redken Wax Blast.

For the color I recommend Redken Chromatics hair color and Shades eq gloss. At home, the client should maintain the color using a sulfate-free shampoo and conditioner such as Redken Color Extend Magnetics.

What type of client would you recommend this look for?

Any client that wants low maintenance hair color and style is the perfect candidate for this look. I made her base color match the same level as her natural color and added mocha to warm up her natural color. We utilized her existing highlights by adding copper lowlights and toning the rest with a caramel shade.

These tones work great for clients that have a neutral or cool undertone in their skin. As the color grows out, there won’t be much contrast with the hair color and regrowth. That makes this the perfect color for someone with a busy lifestyle. The style will work great for anyone with wavy to straight hair.

Natural Caramel Highlights Blend

Natural Blend hairstyle
Instagram @deeply_rootd

Q&A with style creator, Kellie Hatch
Salon Owner @ Deeply ROOT’d in Show Low, AZ


How would you describe this look and what is your favorite thing about it?

I️ would describe this look as low maintenance, warm and natural. I️ love that this look has contrast and depth, but is still such a natural blend. Too much dark or too much light can sometimes wash out a person’s skin tone. Staying close to their natural base color with some pops of a lighter tone that is two to three shades lighter can balance very nicely.

What products do you recommend to create and maintain this look?

When styling this look, I️ love to use a styling cream or a light root booster to hold the styling and create volume. I️ round brush the hair and add some soft curls to help define the color even more. Finish with your favorite texture spray for separation and hold.

I️ am absolutely obsessed with Living Proof Prime Prime Style Extender, as well as the Dry Volume Blast.

What type of client would you recommend this look for?

This look works best and would be a great idea for someone that wants something low maintenance. I️ can touch up regrowth/grey coverage for several months before touching the highlights. It could honestly work on any hair type. The warm tones in this color work best on someone with medium colored skin.

Lovely Light Brown Hair with Caramel Highlights

Lovely light brown hair with caramel highlights
Instagram @katieealm

Go above and beyond with this truly lovable blonde lush waves! An enticing trick to make it more interesting is the addition of these delicious caramel highlights that can accentuate and brighten the waves.

Warm Foilayage

Q&A with style creator, Leanna Matthews
Hairstylist @ Elixir Hair Studio in St Albert, AB, Canada


How would you describe this look and what is your favorite thing about it?

This is a foilayage that I created on a client with virgin hair. It’s a soft look that I blended with a hand painting technique rather than straight up highlights in foil.

My favorite part of this look is the warmth! Nowadays clients tend to fear warmth because they believe their hair will appear brassy. This is not true. If it’s done right with the correct use of product and technique from start to finish, it will look amazing!

What products do you recommend to create and maintain this look?

There are many ways to achieve this style. Depending on how much body you desire (who doesn’t love some volume!?!?), I would definitely go in with a thickening product before blow drying. I used bumble and bumble thickening spray, but whatever you prefer is will work just fine. After I finished round brushing, I went in with my 1 1/4-inch Babyliss curling iron and created a soft curl. I then finished off with a light hold spray to keep the curl.

To maintain this fabulous color, I recommend coming in about every two months to refresh the caramel with a toning service. This is a great way to renew your look without paying the cost of an entire foilayage. Another option is to bring the caramel tones up higher with a partial foilayage/balayage after the new growth becomes too long.

What type of client would you recommend this look for?

This type of creation is perfect for those who can’t commit to coming into the salon every six weeks for a color retouch. Another great candidate for this color is one who is transitioning from a darker brown and wants to slowly go lighter. This is a beautiful “in between” shade with tons of dimension.

Whether you have skinny or thick hair, this look would be gorgeous on anyone with golden undertones in their skin. It’s all about placement and how light or dark you choose for those caramel accents.

Caramel Highlights on Brown Curly Hair

Caramel Highlights on Brown Curly Hair
Instagram @kaykolors_

These caramel highlights on brown curly hair are straight-up hot! Why go plain and dull when you can have a bold hair transformation? Style your long curls with texture, and flaunt a bouncy, fuller-looking hairstyle.

Creamy Caramel Highlights on Short Hair

Creamy Caramel Highlights on Short Hair
Instagram @tinamarie.hair

Believe me when I say, your fine tresses deserve a new chop and color. These creamy caramel highlights on short hair look so fun and chic! Combo of dark-rooted babylights and balayage truly adds effortless dimension.

Straight Brown Hair with Caramel Highlights

Straight Brown Hair with Caramel Highlights
Instagram @gissellenewlook

Waist-length tresses catch attention, but don’t stop making a great impression from there. This straight brown hair with caramel highlights is beautiful—guaranteed! Bring out more long layers, too, to add details to the ends and tips.

Mousy Brown Hair with Caramel Highlights

Mousy Brown Hair with Caramel Highlights
Instagram @live_love_dohair

It’s the mousy brown hair with caramel highlights to flatter your olive skin tone. The sun-kissed and color melt effects take a few sessions, yet its dreamy result won’t bother you. Incorporate voluminous waves to class up your long v-cut, ‘cuz why not!

Caramel Highlights on Light Brown Hair

Caramel Highlights on Light Brown Hair
Instagram @aliemery_color

Here’s a drizzle of a caramel hue for your golden hair transformation! The caramel highlights on light brown hair give an appearance of absolute shimmer. Don’t waste the gorgeousness of these tones, so match them with a medium-length chop and waves.

Q&A with style creator, Alison Kraus
Hair Stylist @ Douglas J Salon in Okemos, MI


How would you describe this look?

I specialize in hair color and love looking at my client’s long, layered bob haircut, seeing a natural movement and flow accented with a rich dimension. She originally came to me wanting a correction from a previous blonding and wanting something more natural.

This is an amazing low-maintenance option for all hair types and lifestyles. Working with her natural brunette color, I enhanced it using a demi-permanent color to create a rich chocolate brown with no grow-out. Then, I added some fun balayage pieces to give her many different styling options which will also give her many different looks with this color.

Any advice for someone considering it?

This is a super versatile look for any personality and lifestyle. It’s a perfect subtle change for someone who is maybe just starting their color journey or even a long time color guest wanting something new!

Things to consider are the haircut and styling. I could achieve the depth throughout with added waves to the hair. When styled straight, it’s much more blended. I’ll always suggest a great heat protectant along with a color-safe shampoo and conditioner to help prolong the beautiful result!

Highlights on Short Dark Brown Hair

Short dark brown hair with caramel highlights
Instagram @hairby_kaylajuppe

Two-toned hair colors seem to be receiving all the rave and rad reviews. And all for good reasons, I believe.

Caramel Highlights and Lowlights

Caramel highlights and lowlights on brown hair
Instagram @lectric_lex

Spice up your brown hair with this mix of high-and lowlights. With this hair length, you can really explore and experiment on different coloring methods.

Highlights on Chocolate Brown Hair

Highlights on Chocolate Brown Hair
Instagram @hairbykkate

Q&A with style creator, Kate Francis
Hairstylist @ Touch Of Elegance By Elise in Keswick, ON


How would you describe this look?

Naturally, sunkissed is how I would describe this warm caramel balayage. From its loose beachy waves to its pops of color, this look expresses a natural beachy glow. A benefit to this color is its soft blend at the roots, which allows the option for low maintenance. What I love about this look is anyone can pull off these textured beachy vibes with ease.

The warm caramel balayage is great for brightening up your hair for the summer while keeping everything soft.

Any advice for someone considering it?

When I picture this look, I think anyone can rock it! Anyone can carry this cut and color as long as you maintain this daily. The process is simple – a light curl and a little hair spray are all you need to get the show on the road. I feel that for most woman, time is something we are all up against, which is what makes this look so ideal. It can easily be replicated on a daily basis, ten minutes tops.

Another bonus to this look is the natural roots which minimize the visits for maintenances, therefore, your color can last for months without having to return for touch-ups. Despite our age, race, and culture, this look not only will work for you but will also keep you trendy!

Light Brown Hair with Caramel Highlights

Light Brown Hair with Caramel Highlights
Instagram @katyskuts

Don’t be afraid to pull off this stylish light brown hair with caramel highlights. Its warm hue will flatter your light skin tone while framing your pretty face. Work on soft waves to add to your long mane, bringing out the volume.

Caramel Balayage Highlights

Caramel Balayage Highlights
Instagram @maryannecostahairstyling

Gorgeous is just one of countless words to describe this look. Have fun incorporating these eye-catching caramel balayage highlights to your long tresses. And, you know what style suits this the best? Loose curls will uplift its glam, for sure!

Medium Brown Hair with Caramel Highlights

Medium Brown Hair with Caramel Highlights
Instagram @mishane_walles

Try brightening up your medium brown hair with caramel highlights! You can’t deny how this trend screams glamour. Opt for babylights to achieve a softer and more natural-looking dimension.

Caramel Ombre

Do you ever like to try a new hair color for your long, dense mane without too much of commitment? No worries—the prettiest caramel ombre is here! Hit two birds with one stone as you keep a trendy look while it only requires a little upkeep.

Q&A with style creator, Nicoleta Cristina Popa
Hair Stylist @ Meraki in Ploiești, ROM


How would you describe this look?

In this look, the technique used allowed me to correct the natural cross-fading shades between the roots and hair. The colors were used in a harmonious way and reflects the personality of the client. We chose this as a color correction considering how her hair looked in the beginning. I used these colors to provide brightness and volume to her hair and to hide her damaged hair.

Any advice for someone considering it?

I strongly recommend this look to anyone with a smaller height, with hair volume problems, with an unsatisfying history of dye jobs, for any type of face shapes, and with a dynamic lifestyle. The waves will look good on anytone with a medium-length to long hair.

Burgundy and Caramel Highlights

Burgundy and Caramel Highlights
Instagram @passionateworks

These burgundy and caramel highlights will brighten your dark locks in such a flirty way. Wear it, and everyone who sees it will love the chic dimensional effect in this balayage. Grant your mid-length chop some soft waves to complete your total babe look!

Dark Caramel Highlights

Dark Caramel Highlights
Instagram @miguel6944

These dark caramel highlights appear stunning, that you won’t resist getting them. Notice how glossy it turns out when done on a black base color. Boost its shine by styling your lengthy mane with beach waves for a smooth movement and volume.

Light Caramel Highlights

Light Caramel Highlights
Instagram @amerakilook

With how stunning it looks, it isn’t even sound crazy if you say you’re obsessed with this one. The whole idea of partial light caramel highlights with a balayage method is genius. So, what now? Grow your thin hair long, then bring out loose waves to channel your inner beach babe.

Red and Caramel Highlights

Red and Caramel Highlights
Instagram @ds.turningheadssalon

Pops of red and caramel highlights with lowlights never fail to create a trend that’s on fire with glam! Blessed with long tresses? This dimensional look will work best on your hair length, spiced up with beachy waves.

Blonde and Caramel Highlights

Blonde and Caramel Highlights
Instagram @taylor.extensionbar

Wanting a full-bodied and beautiful dimensional look? Caramel tones won’t let you down. These trendy blonde and caramel highlights add texture to a lengthy mane. Soft waves for a subtle movement won’t hurt the entire style, so go for it.

Auburn and Caramel Highlights

Auburn and Caramel Highlights
Instagram @hair_by_abbi_k

The tonal variations are on point, making the dimension look so flawless. Sounds like perfection, I know! Achieve this stunning look by getting auburn and caramel highlights. It’s an excellent balayage to jazz up your long, wavy locks.

Chunky Caramel Highlights

Chunky Caramel Highlights
Instagram @__emkate

Achievable with chunky caramel highlights, this unique look offers a face-framing effect. So what are you waiting for? Bring back the 90’s trend as you pair this color with a wavy, shoulder-grazing chop.

Brown Hair with a Few Caramel Highlights

Brown Hair with a Few Caramel Highlights
Instagram @kpmastercolor

There’s always something about the subtle and natural-looking balayage that’s captivating. Take it from this brown hair with a few caramel highlights. A shoulder-length cut plus loose curls feel so right for this shade, too!

Q&A with style creator, Kathryn Christman
Hair Stylist @ Gila Rut Aveda Salon in Chula Vista, CA


How would you describe this look?

This look has a chocolate brown base color with naturally placed caramel highlights. My favorite thing about this look is that it can be worn with versatile styles – pulled up, pulled back, curled-classy, beach waved, sleek straight flat ironed, or round-brush blown out. It’s a universal placement of dimensional color. This one length cut with chin-length face-framing has elegant clean lines when worn straight, but for a more textured fun look, style with a curling iron or flat iron.

Any advice for someone considering it?

Have four products on hand. First is a heat protectant for color and hair health longevity. When styling, always use on wet hair. Next is a glossing anti-humectant frizz-reducing product for a sleek straight look. Then, you’ll need a bodybuilding medium hold gel for a textured, voluminous look. Finally, get a styling finisher like a lightweight oil or spray to tame frizz and add shine used always for both styles.

To obtain this style, your hair type should medium to fine and have a texture of straight or a slight wave or curl. Any face shape can work with this style. This look fits a more conservative personality or professional job look.

If you need a ponytail-friendly hairstyle, this is for you!