Brown hair is the second most common human hair color, after dark hair. It varies from light brown to almost black hair. This is characterized by a high content of dark Pigment Eumelanin and lower levels of Pheomelanin. The strands are thicker than flat hair, but not like red hair. People with brown hair are often referred to as brunette, which in French is a feminine Form of Brunet, a diminutive of Brun (brown, brown or dark-haired).
Common brown hairs can be found in the Western world, especially in central Europe, South Eastern Europe, Eastern Europe, southern Europe, Southern Cone and the United States, and in some populations in the Great Middle East, which seamlessly transition into black hairs . In addition, brown hair is common in Aboriginal Australians and Melanesians. Here we collect some photos for reference