Brown hair needn’t be boring. Give your hair an AW14 update with these lush celebrity brunette hairstyles.
The model’s shock of white blonde hair is no more, because look who’s just taken a trip to the dark side! Hailey surprised everyone at the Met Gala by looking virtually unrecognisable with her new moody brown locks. And she totally works it.
Dakota Johnson has been practising that sexy ‘bed head’ look for her upcoming role as Anastasia Steele in 50 Shades of Grey with this shaggy style. We love her choppy fringe and wispy curls!
Joan Smalls, we’re looking at your for the latest in super-cool styling! From the ashy shade of brown to the tightly entwined side-plait, this is one ‘do we’ll be copying come festival season.
The Made In Chelsea star unveiled her new locks on Twitter, along with the caption, 'Obvs darker. To match my personality.' Sassy as always, Watson.
Lily James is worlds away from her Cinderella character with this auburn-tinged ‘do. She showed it off at San Diego’s Comic-Con, later captioning an Instagram shot: ‘New hair don’t care ! Thank you @streicherhair and @jennstreicher I love you both.’ We bet Prince Charming would be *very* impressed.
Famed for her tumbling blonde waves, the actress threw a hair curveball on last night’s red carpet, debuting her new darker shade. This lady really can pull off anything, looking striking with her newly dyed locks pulled back into a dramatic updo…
Cara Delevingne has swapped her trademark dirty blonde hair for a darker chestnut ‘do. Undoubtedly for her upcoming film role in Paper Towns, we can’t wait to see more of this statement supermodel look.
Aussie supermodel Miranda Kerr’s mid-length locks have us swooning over them once again. With a scattering of caramel low-lights and a glam curl at the end, these tresses have made their way up into our top 10.
Selena Gomez gives us a masterclass in chic red carpet styling with her pretty rolled-under updo. Adding height with a small quiff and glamour with a low pinned-down curl, the US star totally steals the beauty spotlight.
Lena Dunham stepped out for the premiere of Girls Season 4 with a brand new hair colour (not that we’re surprised!), and it seems the star didn’t like being blonde as she’s gone back to her natural brown hair.
It feels like only yesterday Shailene Woodley shocked us all by experimenting with blonde highlights, but it seems the actress wasn’t too keen. Turning out for a GQ Men Of The Year event in LA, Shailene Woodley went back to being a brunette with this lush short hairstyle.
Suki Waterhouse took part in one of the most shocking hair colour changes of the season when she ditched her blonde hair for a new brunette ‘do. Reportedly for a film role, we can’t wait to see more of this gorgeous look.
Elle Fanning is known for her long blonde locks but all that’s about the change after the Maleficent star gave her hair the chop and went brunette. Yes, really!
VB’s signature dark ‘do looks simply perfect once again as she sweeps her long chocolate locks over to one side for the red carpet. Keeping almost all of her hair poker straight, she decides on a sweet half ringlet at the end to amp up her sleek style.
Kendall Jenner’s been taking hair styling tips from her big sister to keep that colour deep and rich as she cements herself as a beauty icon. Parted simply in the middle, the super lets her glossy mane fall naturally down her back just like Kim Kardashian.
Elizabeth Olsen proves just how sexy natural brown hair can be by draping her thick russet-toned locks over one shoulder for a dazzling evening on the red carpet. Stunning.
Kelly Brook takes her hair styling inspiration from vintage ‘dos our favourite screen sirens used to sport. Using bouncy curls and copper low-lights to add depth, the Brit model shows just how great the 50s Hollywood classic can look today.
MIC star Lucy Watson has hit the brunette bottle, dying her natural locks a richer shade of chestnut for SS14. We love the warm tones that’ll glisten in the sunshine. Gorgeous!
Leighton Meester isn’t one for over-styling which makes it super-easy for us to recreate her amazing brunette ‘do. Just twirl your hair around your finger whilst it’s drying to copy this unfussy, natural look.
‘Game Of Thrones’ starlet Emilia Clarke may look very different with her natural brunette locks rather than her character’s platinum blonde but we love it.
Emma Watson proved you don’t need a complicated hairstyle to rock the red carpet at the Madrid premiere of her new film ‘Noah’. Just sweep all your hair to one side to recreate this stunning look.
Lizzy Caplan pinned her curly bob on either side to give the impression of a fancy updo for the screening of her show ‘Masters of Sex’. This is a super easy style to pull off.
Keira Knightley worked her brunette mid length hair like a pro at Paris Fashion Week (does she ever get it wrong?), with the perfect blow dry.
Anna Kendrick’s centre-parting frames her face perfectly at New York Fashion Week, and we love the caramel tips.
Katie Holmes opted for a tousled bob at New York Fashion Week, showing off her dark glossy locks.
Actress Olivia Munn pulled her brown hair back into a sleek bun for the LA premiere of her new film. Sometimes the simplest styles work the best.
Curly hair doesn’t mean you can’t wear it up as proved by Winona Ryder at the AARP Movies For Grownups Awards.
Actress Aimee Garcia looked stunning at the Robocop LA premiere with her side-parting and soft curls, and this ‘do is super easy to recreate at home.