“Cold Brew” Hair Is Trending for Fall—And Brunettes Everywhere Are Buzzing with Excitement
We're Buzzing Over These Cold Brew-Inspired Shades
Pour us a tall glass of this cold brew, extra ice please. New York-based colorist Kimberly Bonondona takes credit for these rich reddish-brown strokes that blend into a deep mocha base, mimicking the moment our cold brew coffee hits those ice cubes in a glass.
This mane looks like our iced coffee after we pour in a splash of almond milk and watch it slowly melt its way down, creating a deliciously rich ombré finish.
We’ll take our brew with a couple pumps of hazelnut. These silky strands cozied up just in time for fall with subtle warm touches courtesy Houston-based stylist Elisa Ramirez.
It’s hard not to start buzzing over this deep cinnamon paired with the darkest of brown hair. It’s almost like a cherry cola color, but in the interest of maximizing our caffeine intake, we’ll say more like a cinnamon mocha iced coffee.
Nothing captures the rich indulgence of cold brew like toffee brown, which is a warm, burnished shade of bronze. Thanks to LA-based colorist Cherin Choi, this toffee balayage is making us ready to welcome fall with a Starbucks trip.
This particular brew—er, blend—gets its warmth from honey-golden balayage and lowlights. If you like vanilla cold brew, this might be the caffeinated color for you.
We like this mane like we like our coffee: Simple and dark. Orlando-based colorist Brigitte Elia gave new life to these dark brown strands with subtle touches of mahogany, just in time for autumn.
Here’s a confession: We don’t always drink our cold brew black. (Gasp!) We like a little creamer and—sometimes when we’re feeling indulgent—some caramel flavoring. So yes, we’re absolutely loving this caramel color melt.
Since cold brew hair is all about the reddish and golden tones, we’re all about this cinnamon-flecked brunette color that looks like our iced coffee when we do take it seriously (read: ice only).