Hair colors, a class of phenomena characterized by pigmentation, have darker or lighter colors. Despite that the melanin in the follicle can change as the time goes by, hair color is related to ethnic group, skin tone and eye color. The natural hair color includes black, brown, blond, red etc.
Black is the darkest and most common hair color.
It has different textures including straight, curly, wavy, soft, and coarse. The rufous, soft and blue blacks are several common black hair colors. People often use jet black or raven black to describe the black hair
Jet black/raven black
Brown color is another most common hair color.
People who have brown color are called brunette for women and brunet for men. The following are some tones for brown color.
Deepest brunette – The darkest brown, appears to be off black at a distance.
Milk chocolate brown
Chestnut Brown – Dark brown with a visible wine auburn highlight.
Light chestnut brown – medium to dark brown with very subtle chestnut tones.，
Medium (golden) brown
Light golden brown
Light auburn brown
Light golden reddish brown – A warm light brown with red tones.
Light ash brown
Golden color is also called as fair hair, towhead, tow head, or toehead.
The man with golden hair is called as blond while woman called blonde. Golden hair can be detailed classified in the following category.
Blond/flaxen – when distinguished from other varieties, “blond” by itself refers to a light but not whitish blond with no traces of red, gold, or brown. This color is often described as “flaxen”.
Yellow – yellow-blond (“yellow” can also be used to refer to hair which has been dyed yellow).
Platinum blond or towheaded – whitish-blond; found naturally almost exclusively in children. “Platinum blond” is often used to describe dyed hair. While “towheaded” is generally left to natural hair color.
Sandy blond – greyish-brownish blond.
Golden blond – rich, golden blond.
Strawberry blond or Venetian blond – light reddish blond.
Dirty blond or dishwater blond – light blond and sandy blond mixed together in stripes (occurs naturally)
Ash-blond – pale or grayish blond.
Bleached blond or peroxide blond – artificial blond slightly less white than platinum blond.