Generally speaking, dyeing your tresses into another color means you're going to have to really commit (aka changing your entire hair care routine and getting regular root touchups). There are some hues, however, that are slightly easier to maintain than others. If you want fewer trips to the salon, here are some shades that will still look great, even if your roots begin to show. Keep on scrolling for your some inspo:
Chocolate-colored tresses are one of the easiest hues to maintain. This shade is also a perfect way to dip your toes into the world of hair coloring. It doesn't stray too far from your black locks, but it still makes so much difference in your appearance.
Ombré hair colors never start at the top, making it a great choice for low-maintenance girls. You never have to worry about retouching your roots! It also gives your locks more dimension and life.
This ultra-warm hue is created by mixing different shades of brown, such as caramel and chestnut to create a hair color that grows out flawlessly. Plus, it's flattering for Pinays' sun-kissed complexions.
4. Brown highlights
Brown highlights on black hair will make your tresses look extra glossy. It also adds depth and dimension. Since the color isn't too loud and in-your-face, it's low-maintenance enough to let you skip out on frequent root retouches.
Balayage is a technique that involves a free-hand painting approach to create natural-looking highlights that appear sun-kissed. Each stroke seamlessly blends into your hair, aka no harsh lines that will force you to retouch them.
If you're not yet ready to commit to being a total blonde, bronde is a color you can try. It strikes the perfect balance between brown and golden hair. Plus, you can be assured that there will be less damage to your tresses due to the minimal bleach used.