Hair Advice at Your Fingertips!

50 Beautiful Burgundy Hair Colors to Consider for 2024

Ema Globyte

Burgundy hair can add depth and give you a sense of confidence. If you’re thinking about changing your hair but can’t decide what shade to try next – instead of traditional hues choose one of the juicy hair colors from this article.

Here are 50 beautiful hair color ideas for you to think about!

1. Plum-Toned Waves. A subtle plum color is a desired change from the usual go-to highlight colors for brunettes.

Burgundy hair can add depth and give you a sense of confidence. If you’re thinking about changing your hair but can’t decide what shade to try next – instead of traditional hues choose one of the juicy hair colors from this article.

Here are 50 beautiful hair color ideas for you to think about!

1. Plum-Toned Waves. A subtle plum color is a desired change from the usual go-to highlight colors for brunettes.

2. Red-Brown Bob. Is it brown? Is it red? It’s the perfect shade between these colors, and it looks BEAUTIFUL!

3. Red Loose Waves. Step into a redder shade for a bold look. You can have ombre with this color or highlights around your whole head – the choice is yours.

4. Mid-Length Dark Waves. Hollywood glam to the next level in this style. Reddish tones + Dark hair is EVERYTHING!

5. Dimensional Dark Hair Color. The trendy butterfly layers here are made more voluminous with both a nice ‘90s blowout and rich color scheme giving off chestnut, red, and dark brown hues.

6. Messy Purple Ombre Bob. A choppy cut adds a lot of texture to this bob. If you have thin or fine hair, you might want to go for a choppy cut so you can add body and the desired illusion of thicker locks.

7. Short Red-Toned Bob. A bob is already a chic style – add a twist with red highlights.

8. Muted Wine Hair. Calling all wine lovers! Turn your favorite drink into your favorite hair color and see how many compliments you’ll get in return.

9. Maroon-Red Highlights. If you aren’t ready to dive into one of the dark red shades all the way – try highlights to see how you feel.

10. Hair Color with Merlot Taste. This dark, intense reddish-purple shade looks mysterious and sophisticated, giving the hair plenty of depth and chiming well with cool skin undertones and a tanned complexion.

11. Long Highlighted Brunette Locks. This beautiful color job features a seriously dark root smudge that brings in depth and contrast, and couples it with a purple-tinted brown shade getting a bit lighter around the face.

12. Crimson-Red Hair. This stunning version of highlights placed against a natural brown base goes almost crimson toward the ends, creating tons of shine in the sun and emphasizing the textured finish.

13. Blackberry Long Layers. We can’t get enough of this purplish shade – we want it!

14. Blackberry Waves. Not everyone knows what shade blackberry is, but this color will make its way to the top with this style. Make blackberry hair look chic with loose curls.

15. Long Straight Dark Hair. Have your favorite dark red maroon color as your hair color. It is a sophisticated choice for dark-haired ladies.

16. Red-Colored Butterfly Layers. This sophisticated shade creates darker and lighter spots throughout the layers delivering dimension and plays well with the girl’s complexion since wine hues look great on medium to dark skin tones.

17. Long Hair with Notes of Chocolate. This exquisite color combination aptly mixes and matches purplish red and chocolate brown shades to add movement and a play of shades to the flow of soft waves.

18. Black and Purple-Red Lob. Beachy meets bold in this sexy style. A great idea if you like vibrant shades, that still look natural.

19. Ruby-Red Waves. We can’t stop looking at the varied intensity of this eye-catching balayage. You’ll have everyone asking what salon you went to for this beautiful color!

20. Plum Purple Ombre. If you don’t want anything too bright, try a sweet plum shade, perfect for brightening your natural brown – it feels absolutely wearable and you won’t get bored with it as soon as you may with a brighter color.

Long Brown hair with Plum Burgundy Balayage
By Amy

21. Long Cherry-Red Waves. This stunning ombre starts with a neutral brown base, goes through a maroon red in the mid-length, and arrives at a bright cherry red at the ends.

Long Brown Hair with Burgundy Ends
By Anna

22. Medium Brunette with Highlights. This berry-inspired balayage with face-framing highlights gives an excellent idea for brunettes wishing to spice up their medium brown base while staying close to their natural hair color.

23. Deep Red Balayage. An ideal red hue for the girls who always struggle to decide what red shade is their favorite. The rich burgundy transitioning into a seductive dark red is an exquisite choice.

24. Grape Purple Hair. A dusty, smoky grape shade of burgundy to fit all your fall time dreams, outfits, and drinks. The light caramel babylights add depth and dimension to the style.

25. Sangria-Toned Hair. Here we have an amazingly deep burgundy color in hair full of copper, true red, and purple hues, which makes it highly customizable for various skin tones and extremely suitable for the colder seasons.

26. Wavy Maroon Lob. Containing a red-purplish tint but veering to brown in the mid-shaft, this warmer edition of burgundy is perfectly ready to bring out peachy and golden undertones of light complexions.

27. Red Merlot Hair Color. The all-time favorite shade will highlight your delicate features and complexion, and pair well with your fall-winter wardrobe.

28. Cherry Cola Hair. This vibrant hair color incorporates a good portion of violet to shift it to the cooler end of the spectrum and make it a good fit for pink and olive skin tones.

29. Subtle Ombre Coloring. Dusty plum ends meet raven black roots and become something truly mind-blowing. Enigmatic hair for a mysterious lady!

30. Dark Raspberry Hair. As fragrant and sweet as raspberry wine, this gorgeous hair color will make you book your next salon appointment immediately.

31. Purplish Wine Hair Color. A bold yet elegant shade with just enough red woven through to balance out the glossy deep purple base gives you the color of a top-shelf Cabernet.

32. Black to Dark Raspberry Ombre. A beautiful combination of black roots and long deep red hair. It’s not quite as fiery as some hot red but it lets you feel edgy and alternative.

33. Highlighted Bottom. While this dark, almost purple base is great for making a statement and creating fullness in the hair, it wouldn’t be able to emphasize the texture without those garnet highlights.

34. Wavy Burgundy-Brown Locks. Reds are infamous for fading quickly, but you will be able to enjoy your shade without frequent touch-ups if leaving more space for brown on the crown.

35. Long Solid Magenta Hair. Celebrate the never-dying red hair trend by dyeing your hair magenta. It’s neither dark nor light, making it a perfect bright hair color choice for most skin tones.

36. Merlot Hair with Disconnection. Gaining lots of texture on the bottom through intense layering, this springy hairstyle has a sleek top featuring some extra sheen deposited with a brilliant dark red color.

37. Rooty Mahogany Hair. If there was a shade that screamed “Fall”, we would immediately point in the direction of this mahogany color. It oozes the warmth of fallen leaves while looking both soft and hypnotizing.

38. Red Maroon Hair Color. Who said you can’t show off the full potential of deep reds on your shoulder length and above hair? With random lighter accents, it would be hard to put your finger on just one shade to name this color.

39. Shoulder-Grazing Locks with Highlights. Not only do these pops of color create a killer contrast in the dark hair, but they also help to pull texture out of the unlayered tresses.

40. Red Hair with Root Melt. Wine shades play well with medium to dark complexions, and you can balance pink and yellow undertones in your skin by adding purple or red hues to your color transition.

41. Maroon Hair with Money Pieces. Naturally gorgeous, the maroon shade is complemented and brought to another level of coolness with perky crimson money pieces.

42. Brunette Hair with Dark Balayage. This gorgeous dark red balayage keeps the overall hair color on the red end of the spectrum while delivering extra depth and an exquisite feel.

43. Side-Parted Hair with Highlights. Although burgundy shades in this color scheme are somewhat toned down, this doesn’t prevent the locks from looking glossy and vibrant.

44. Brown Hair with Face Framing. This creative girl has chosen to use reds on her brown strands sparingly and applied a whole set of berry shades, from amethyst to crimson red, to spotlight the face.

45. Raven Black with Red Highlights. Delicious like plum jam spread all over your luscious black hair. The long locks are a perfect canvas to let those dark purple-red strands shine.

46. One-Tone Shiny Red Color. Even as a solid hair color, this statement dye job produces a vast deal of lights and darks for the hair to feel dimensional and radiant.

47. Red-Brown V-Cut Hair. This dark shade is oozing charm and elegance. It appears both mysterious and soft, and you may not want to stop looking at yourself for a while, once you get it.

48. Light Red Blended with Brown. Whether you want to just dip your toe into reds or transition from a lighter color palette to darker shades, pairing medium brown with dusty mahogany is quite a nice idea.

49. Messy Stacked Bob. Shaggy sangria highlights in your black hair can give the whole look some extra fun, laid-back, and casually seductive feel.

50. Clavicle-Length Plum Waves. This blazing balayage features an amazing set of barely visible highlights and lowlights masterfully blended to result in shine, dimension, and movement.

As you see, this marvelous color has different shades and can work on thick and thin hair, with curls and a straight blowout. You have endless possibilities for a fresh new look! Ready to turn heads? Dive into this trend!

  • Paula ledesma

    I loved your beauty article with all the red & burgundy coloring and various styles. I’m a retired stylist & make up artist and I want to keep up with what is trending.