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Think a bold copper color won't look good on your locks? Think again. This trend can be flattering on any skin tone or hair texture when done correctly. Ask your stylist to recommend the best shade for you. Here are some ideas.

1. Light Copper Highlights

To get this look, ask your stylist to start with a dark base and add copper for a vibrant display that will make heads turn. Help your copper highlights last longer with Cream Silk Triple Keratin Rescue Ultimate Color Revive Ultra Conditioner. Its formulation helps replenish lost nutrients from coloring and revive chemically treated hair to keep your hair looking salon-fresh.

2. Copper and Red Balayage

A bright copper and red is a fun play of fiery hues. This style works best on a pre-lightened base and will suit any hair texture.

Use a color-safe shampoo like TRESemmé Pro-Color Series Color Radiance Shampoo with anti-fade technology to keep your copper color from going brassy. It also has , so your balayage stays shiny and moisturized.

3. Short Copper Bob

Pull off a copper color on a short, sweet, and fuss-free hairstyle. If you’ve had long hair for a while, – in a red shade, no less – will have maximum impact. Mix it up with messy waves for an edgy look or wear it slightly longer and sleek like a lob.

4. Copper Ombre

Rock a vibrant copper by asking your stylist for a deep auburn tone that smoothly transitions into a brighter copper shade. Make the colors of your hair pop by using a deep color-safe conditioner like TRESemmé Pro-Color Series Color Radiance Conditioner. It helps make your color last up to 2x longer by moisturizing hair while locking the color within the fibers.

5. Tomato Copper

If you’re feeling a little daring, try a bright tomato shade. This copper color will work well on lighter skin tones and stand out in a room full of browns and blacks. Mix it up with darker roots like HoYeon for a dramatic contrast.

6. Peach Copper

Speaking of fruits (because, you know, a tomato is a fruit), why not try the lightest shade on the copper spectrum? Peach is a refreshing cross between pastel and bold. This look is for anyone who can’t commit to an in-your-face shade of copper just yet.

Cop the perfect peach copper by asking for bright, undertones mixed with shades of copper and orange for a soft, dreamy style that makes everything feel like peaches and cream.

7. Mahogany Copper

If office rules keep you from going red, this style is perfect. Deep mahogany is just the shade to make copper highlights stand out through the ends. Complete your look with soft waves that showcase the range of colors on your locks.

8. Bronze Copper

Front and center, beach babes! A bronze copper color is perfect for natural and sun-kissed skin. Spice it up with blonde highlights to get that surfer girl “halo.” Deep-condition your tresses every week, especially if you constantly expose them to and seawater. It'll guarantee softer and smoother hair. 

9. Phoenix Hair

Take a walk on the wild side with this wild, copper color. Phoenix hair combines , copper, and blonde tips. Multiple colors might require more maintenance, but this showstopper will get everyone’s attention. You can go all out with a fully or colorful highlights while maintaining your natural shade.

When it comes to copper color for hair, your options are endless. From deep mahogany to pastel peach, these shades are sure to bring out your fiery side. Don’t be afraid to experiment and have fun!