The 10 Prettiest Chestnut Hair Colors to Copy ASAP

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A quick PSA: You need chestnut hair right now. Yes, right now. Because unlike most brunette shades, which can quickly feel flat and one-dimensional without the perfect level of time-intensive and expensive highlights, chestnut hair walks the line between hard-to-maintain copper and washes-you-out chocolate.

And that fine line, folks, is where rich, glossy, Insta-worthy hair dreams are made. So to get inspired before your next hair appointment, check out these deeply pretty shades, as seen on your favorite celebs, below.

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1 Dakota Johnson's Chestnut Ponytail
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Chestnut hair looks gorgeous against every skin color, thanks to its warm, bronze-y base, but I'm especially digging it swept into a messy ponytail against Johnson's porcelain skin.

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2 Lucy Hale's Chestnut Lob
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Blunt, center-parted, and completely sleek, Hale's deep-brunette hair is subtly warmed by a chestnut tint.

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3 Rihanna's Chestnut Waves
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Rihanna's chestnut waves look extra full thanks to a mix of auburn and cherry highlights, which automatically add dimension to any haircut.

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4 Priyanka Chopra's Messy Chestnut Lob
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Hi, I'm officially a fangirl of Chopra's hair. Its tousled, piece-y texture is made even cooler by a smattering of rich chestnut highlights that gradually lighten toward the ends.

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5 Kerry Washington's Chestnut Ombré
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Not ready to commit to a single-process color? Try Washington's compromise: a softly blended ombré that melts from deep chocolate into chestnut.

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6 Elizabeth Olsen's Tiger-Eye Waves
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Olsen's crazy-glossy color is the result of chestnut, gold, and copper highlights, which give her hair the illusion of a tiger-eye stone IRL.

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7 Jamie Chung's Chestnut-Striped Curls
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The quickest way to update dark hair without submitting to a full-on dye job? A few strategically placed chestnut highlights, à la Chung, which won't result in an awkward grow-out phase.

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8 Emma Watson's Chestnut Lob
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Watson's baby-banged lob is proof that highlights aren't necessary to make a monochromatic dye job look really, really excellent.

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9 Gabrielle Union's Chestnut Curls
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The trick to keeping Union's brushed-out chestnut curls from looking heavy in photos? Lightening the ends just a few shades, which gives the cut the illusion of airiness.

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10 Jennifer Lawrence's Chestnut Updo
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In which Lawrence dyed her blonde hair a rare shade of deep chestnut. Note the lighter, copper-colored layers framing her face, which keep the hue from feeling too dark and heavy against her fair skin.

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