I have to say that I am now completely fascinated with the concept of a brunette or dark haired spring. I decided to research various spring celebrities that have gone darker or are naturally dark, to simply show the versatility of being a spring. What I love about springs is that they can really morph from Light to Warm to Clear. Here is a little tribute to the dark haired spring:
Charlize Theron is a stunning spring. With her usual light blonde hair she gravitates between a light and slightly warm spring, but as a brunette, Charlize could really work the clear spring palette.
This photo is the perfect example of how a warm spring can morph into a clear spring and how beautiful a brunette/dark haired spring really is. I didn't particularily like when Lindsay Lohan went dark at first, but I think that was because her makeup was always too light - with bright, clear makeup tones and uber-dark hair - I think she looks stunning!!!
Here is another example of how a spring can morph based on her hair-colour - Kate Hudson is a beautiful light spring in the picture on the left and completely converts into a stunning warm spring on the right. I think I prefer Kate with the blonde hair, but I wanted to post this picture as an example of how versaile the spring palette really is!
Beleive it or not, this is actually a picture of Marcia Cross sporting a chocolate brown brunette hair colour. Although she still works the spring shades quite well with the darker hair - her 'signature' and best look is with her flaming red-copper hair.
I love Amy Adams - she is one of my favourite actresses and I think she is so talented, regardless of what role she plays. I recently saw her in 'Leap Year' and I think its one of the best 'romantic comedies' out there - so cute, funny and warming to the heart! Amy stays true to her light auburn hair, but in this photo, she takes it up a notch and really deepens her auburn mane - I love how she balances the depth of the colour with a sexy smokey eye and light peach lips. To me, this is such a sexy evening look for a spring!!!
Thanks for putting up with my current 'spring' obsession, but I feel the need to blog about it because I feel that brunette springs are so stunning and often mis-represented as winters. Also, I wanted to show how well springs can morph from light to warm to clear!!!