How do I choose the right color of brown extensions?

Updated 1 month ago by Aleksandra

Mocha Brown

  • Our darkest shade of brown
  • A very dark brown
  • Has warm subtle red undertones 
  • Is a noticeable brown color, unlike Off Black
Want to add color to your hair without any damage? We also offer Mocha Brown Balayage and Mocha Bronde Balayage. They have the same warm-toned very dark brown base. Click here to see them in action.

Here's our Mocha Brown shade in action...

Dark Brown

  • A mid-tone brown 
  • Has warm red undertones 
  • Slightly darker than Chocolate Brown
Want to add color to your hair without any damage? We offer this shade in two Balayage shades - Dark Brown Balayage and Dark Ash Brown Balayage. You can click here to see them in action.
Want to further accentuate your highlights? We also offer a Dark Brown Highlights shade. It has the same warm-toned dark brown base but with golden medium brown highlights from root to end. Click here to see it in action.
Want to experiment with Ombre instead? We also offer an Ombre Blonde shade. It has the same warm-toned dark brown base but slowly transitions to a medium blonde at the ends. Click here to see it in action.

Here's our Dark Brown shade in action...

Chocolate Brown

  • A medium brown shade
  • Is full of warm red undertones
  • Slightly lighter than Dark Brown
  • Much darker than Copper Brown
Want to add color to your hair without any damage? We also offer a Chocolate Brown Balayage shade. It has the same warm-toned medium brown base but with painted golden light brown highlights that start 6 inches from the base of the weft. Click here to see it in action.

Here's our Chocolate Brown shade in action...

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Copper Brown

  • Our new medium brown shade
  • Full of warm red undertones
  • A redder version of Chestnut Brown
  • Great if your hair was too warm and not golden enough for Chestnut Brown

Here's our Copper Brown shade in action...  

Chestnut Brown

  • A golden brown shade
  • A warm brown with golden undertones
  • Much more golden than Ash Brown
  • Great if Bronde was too light for you
Want to add color to your hair without any damage? We offer a Chestnut Brown Balayage shade. It has the same golden brown medium brown base but with painted warm medium blonde highlights that start 6 inches from the base of the weft. Click here to see it in action.
Want to further accentuate your highlights? We offer a Chestnut Brown Highlights shade. It has the same base and highlight color but the highlights are from root to end. Click here to see it in action.

Here's our Chestnut Brown shade in action...  

Ash Brown

  • A light brown shade
  • A cool-toned brown with natural ash undertones
  • Great if Chestnut Brown was too golden or red for you
Want to add color to your hair without any damage? We also offer an Ash Brown Balayage shade. It has the same cool-toned light brown base but with painted cool-toned medium blonde highlights that start 6 inches from the base of the weft. Click here to see it in action.

Here's our Ash Brown shade in action... 

Bronde

  • Our darkest shade of blonde/lightest shade of brown
  • Great if Dirty Blonde was too light but Chestnut Brown was too dark
  • Blend of brown and blonde undertones
  • Has warm undertones
Want to add color to your hair without any damage? We also offer a Bronde Balayage shade. It has the same warm light brown base but with painted warm medium blonde highlights that start 6 inches from the base of the weft. Click here to see it in action.

Here's our Bronde shade in action...

Want a second opinion on choosing your Luxy brown shade?

We're here to help! Please email our Support team at info@luxyhair.com with a recent selfie taken in natural lighting with no direct sunlight, where we can see your hair from top to bottom, and with no filters added - similar to the photo below.

For customer transformations, please check out our @luxyhairlove Instagram account. Still not sure which shade of brown is best for you? Take our quiz here to find out.


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