If you want a hair color that is sultry, wild and classy all in one go, you’ll love burgundy hair. It has the adventure of a bold red shade, yet is a more muted, dark color for a more acceptable look in traditional settings. The wine tones of the shade give it character, and tone it down at the same time. But burgundy hair runs several shades and styles, make it a good option for whatever mood you’re in. Below are several stunning burgundy hairstyle ideas.
This is a deep shade of burgundy hairthat really brings out the red tones of the look. It looks like a basic dark red with some wine tones as the base. If you want to go more on the fashion, bold side with this look, you’ll want to check out this shade.
Base burgundy hair with cherry highlights
This look has some basic burgundy color with shots of bright red highlights in a wispy pattern. It’s a great look if you like tons of dimension.
This is one of the burgundy shades that is more on the muted, dark end of the spectrum. It has the subtlest wine shades that show in bright lighting.
This creative looks takes the shades that are in normal burgundy and splinters them into a rainbow look. The style has chunky highlights of deep purple, bright red and there are even small accents of magenta worked in.
Dark, natural burgundy hair
This look adds some dark auburn and wine tones into dark hair, but still keeps some tones of dark brunette underneath. It’s a good look if you’re in the mood for something subtle.
Deep red burgundy
This burgundy veers into red again, like the cherry purple above. It goes even deeper into the red shades, however, by imparting a deep red velvet shade. Even subtler wine tones keep this in the burgundy category, however.
Plum burgundy highlights
This is about as brunette as you can get with still being in the burgundy shade. It adds very subtle plum tones to dark brunette hair.
Burgundy with blonde highlights
A stunning look for burgundy is to combine it with platinum blonde highlights. The blonde highlights look great up front framing the face.
This look starts dark at the top, and then around the ears turns into a deep, rich shade of basic burgundy hair. The darker red doesn’t contrast too much against the dark brown hair, making for a cohesive look.
This burgundy starts in wispy highlights near the top of the hair and becomes more prominent in the lengths. It’s a very bright reddish shade of burgundy so the pattern can be noticed easier.
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