As sweet and rich as the dessert it's named after, cocoa brown is Hollywood's color of choice when it comes to making a serious statement. And check out our new favorite hair colors of the season!
Desperate Housewives star Eva Longoria achieves a well-coiffed look of chocolate with a hint of caramel — and zero calories.
Talk about drama! Black Eyed Peas singer Fergie's deep, dark locks are the perfect juxtaposition to her icy-blue eyes.
Jennifer Garner adds striking depth to her dark-chocolate locks with milky highlights at the ends.
Katie Holmes may love changing her hair's style (one minute, it's long and layered, and the next, it's a short, asymmetrical bob), but she generally stays true to her natural coffee-colored roots.
More milk chocolate than dark, Liv Tyler stands by her classic coif.
Parks and Recreation funny girl Rashida Jones has a seriously stellar 'do, that has been enriched to a deep chocolate hue with lowlights.
Instead of opting for multidimensional color, Maggie Gyllenhaal keeps things simple with an allover chocolate-brown shine.
The naturally brunette Mariska Hargitay lightens up her look by complementing her chocolate locks with lighter shades of caramel.
Jennifer Love Hewitt is bringing out the bangs — and an allover chocolate-brown style.
Rachel Bilson keeps the ends of her layered locks lighter and emphasizes the texture of the cut by weaving in highlights and lowlights throughout.
Tina Fey may play a woman who knows nothing about style and beauty on 30 Rock, but in real life, her mocha locks are the envy of her fans.
Rather than settling for a monotone color on her short hair, Victoria Beckham dips her ends in an espresso-esque hue for more dimension.
Sandra Bullock offsets her luscious dark-cocoa locks with a few thin streaks of caramel coloring to frame her famous face.