When we think of ombr done right on a brunette, we think of Rachel. Whether she has caramel tips or goes with her natural brown, Hart of Dixie's Dr. Zoe Hart proves that brunettes can be smart and fun. To replicate her perky pony, pull hair back into a pony at your crown. Then finger comb the front to mess it up a bit, and pull two pieces out in front for a makeshift center part. Spray the front with a texturizing spray, such as Oribe Dry Texturizing Spray ($39, Oribe.com).
Who doesn't envy Nina Dobrev's perfect long locks? With length like that, styling options are endless. We love this fishtail braid NIna wore this winter to Elton John's Oscar party. Find out how to get the look here.
With short hair like Halle Berry's, it's all about the color and texture. And she's got both. To get that crazy mane look, lift sections of your hair with your fingers, using a hair dryer and a light gel, such as Pantene Pro-V Curly Hair Style Spray Gel Curl Enhancing ($3.99, Drugstore.com). Scrunch your hair with your fingers and apply a hold wax, such as Jason Natural Products Stuck-Up Hair Wax ($10.46, Vitaminlife.com), to hold the spiky ends.
We know you can't have black hair, just a dark dark version of brown. But it's when you have that combination of dark brown hair and Snow White skin, like Krysten Ritter, that you truly are a classic beauty. We love her retro look here. Copy her look with short blunt bangs and angled strands pointing inward.
We credit Pretty Little Liars' Shay Mitchell's gorgeous hair to her Filipino blood. Aside from its thickness and length, it has the perfect blend of honey highlights throughout that naturally blend in. Hey, maybe that's her Irish and Scottish roots seeping through.
If you have a trendy bob, like Emmanuelle Chriqui, go ombre on the tips and on random strands throughout the hair. Her messy waves help the color blend in naturally. Add a sea salt spray, such as John Masters Organics Sea Mist Sea Salt Spray with Lavender ($16.50, Beauty.com), to get that extra movement.
Girls' Allison Williams is what we call a natural beauty. She proves that with maintenance and love, you can rock your natural color and skip the pricey salon visits. Make sure to use a leave-in conditioner, such as Aussie Leave-In Conditioner Hair Insurance ($4.29, Ulta.com), three times a week.
If you decide to add a little color to your natural hue, add some movement, like Eva Longoria, to create a natural-looking blend between the two colors. To copy her look, start with a center part. Use a 2-inch curling iron to create loose waves. Brush out to loosen even more.