41. Dark Brown to Flaming Copper Ombre
Choosing the right copper hair tone does not mean you are locked to only one. Doing an ombre with a mix of complementary copper hair shades can really highlight your features.
42. Copper Fishtail Braid
Fishtail braids are a great way to accessorize long hair and show off the shimmer in a great color. Smooth color transitions are barely noticeable, and the hair is just beautifully colored and shown off in the twists of the braids.
43. Bright Copper Undercut
The bright copper hair color has a great sheen to it and a multidimensional look. The undercut has the same copper color, but on the shorter length it has a soft appearance.
44. Red Tinted Copper
When most people hear the term copper colored hair, they immediately think of a vibrant red color like this. Truthfully, copper gives this red a brighter, more shimmering appearance.
45. Prismatic Copper Curls
There is no better indicator of a great color than how it works in the light. For copper, this is even more true as it is known to have a distinctive shine all its own. Here that shine is picked up and amplified by the curls in her long copper hair.
46. Fall Colors
Straight hairstyles are greatly complemented by highlights and lowlights to create dimension. Here the deep reds and coppers of fall boost her hair to a warm and lively overall look.
47. Warm Copper and Gold
The copper used here significantly brightens the reddish brown hair at the roots and the start of the transition of color. Hints of gold and glaze help the copper stand out even more.
48. Holographic Copper Hair
The brilliance of the balayged copper against the blue-based wine base color makes for an interesting hairstyle full of distinction.
49. Fall and Copper Meld
Fall colors generally consist of reds, coppers, browns and yellows, and here we can see the reds, coppers and yellows vividly melded together.
50. Bright Copper Hair
Copper from roots to tips is a great, consistent and natural look. The reddish tint just at the roots helps sell the illusion, as does the lightness at the ends.
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