British-American actress and model Lily Collins has changed her hair quite a bit over the years: short, long, dark, light... A few months ago she decided to switch things up again, and get her hair dyed a bold raspberry color. Which shade do you prefer on the beauty? Dark brunette or bright raspberry?
The color: A cross between pink and red, Lily's raspberry hair color is bright and vibrant. Her darker roots peek through just a bit, adding extra dimension to the shade.
The style: This color looks particularly stunning when paired with black clothing. You can dress it up or down, or add a 90s choker like Lily did, for 90s nostalgia! We recommend keeping your makeup quite neutral, so that all eyes will be on your beautiful hair!
What the editors say: If you were sporting a summery pastel pink color all summer long, raspberry is the perfect transitional color to help you go darker for fall. It's also a wonderful option for a daring brunette who doesn't like to take the conventional route and get her hair dyed a classic red color! Whatever the case may be, we recommend asking your hairstylist about SMARTBOND before undergoing the coloring process. It will protect your hair during it, will make your locks stronger, and will help the new color really pop!
The color: Lily's brunette shade is dark and seductive. When light hits her hair the reddish tones in it come out, making the color look even more gorgeous than before!
The style: Anything goes with this color, but if your hair is short like the actress's, we think an edgy rocker style compliments this shade best.
What the editors say: This is a great Fall/Winter color. It's ideal for a redhead who wants to give brown hair a try, or for a natural brunette who wants to try out a darker shade!