AUDREY HEPBURN: Audrey had an extremely natural, flat shade of dark brown, which suited her cool skin tone and added a porcelain, flawless effect to her complexion. In Audrey’s case, her dark hair almost matched her eyes and enhanced their deep brown liquidity. However, We would have made Audrey’s colour slightly warmer to make her complexion glow and perfectly match her gorgeous eyes.
ELIZABETH TAYLOR: Elizabeth in this picture, she has teamed dark hair with dark brows and red lips for that true Hollywood style. Looking strong, classic, sophisticated and entirely comfortable in her own skin, she broke with traditional and presented a challeger to the glitzy and glam blonde bombshells of the same era with her no-nonsense brunette statement. It became the icon brunette look which, in our eyes, was as powerful as her blonde counterpart Marilyn Monroe.
ALI MACGRAW: renowned throughout the world for her pure complexion and long, flowing tresses, Ali MacGraw’s hair is a beautiful shade of Brazil nut brown. It’s not at all demanding by its presence, but instead enhances her natural beauty and delivers a look that is both simple and romantic. If We were to enhance her colour, We would havesimply smudge a hazelnut tone into the ends of her hair to add a sun-kissed look.
JACLYN SMITH: Jaclyn has used her dark brunette shade to bring out her stunning blue eyes; they look crystal clear against her long, dark waves. The main essence of this shade of brown is that it is wholly non-apologetic; it makes no allowances nor has any pretentions towards being cute, wishy-washy or shy. Althoughts a few brown highlights would add movement to her style and define her waves