Choosing the right hair color is not a question of finding your favorite hue or telling your hairstylist the color you most admire in your favorite star. What looks good on your neighbor or your best friend may seem ugly. This is because what hair color will suit you depends absolutely on your complexion.
While choosing your hair color, first and foremost, take into account the natural color of your hair, the color of your eyes, and your complexion in unison.
Remember that pale skin suits almost all hair colors. However, you should avoid shades of red or golden blonde if your skin is pink. If your complexion is yellow, you should avoid yellow, golden or orange tones because they accentuate the yellow color of your skin and make you clumsy. The darker hair colors are best for olive skin. An olive-skinned person has medium-tone skin with a hint of shades of green, and she will tan easily. If you are such a person, you can go for chestnuts, notes of red and red with cooler notes. Keep in mind that the wrong hair color can ruin your appearance and it is therefore essential to match your complexion with your hair.
I advise you that if you look good in red, orange, yellow gold, olive green or rust, opt for warm hair tones such as golden blond, golden brown, strawberry blond and auburn. Tones of fresh hair such as platinum, ash blond, ash brown, burgundy and jet black will suit a person who can wear with blooming colors like bluish red, fuchsia, black, royal blue or fir green. Opt for neutral tones such as sandy blonde, beige blonde, chocolate brown and mahogany if the colors red, purple, anthracite gray, periwinkle or teal add luster to your complexion.
Whatever hair color you choose, do not forget to consult your hairdresser and before making a final decision first try the color in small parts of your hair and then do the big jump.
A basic premise is that if you have to wear more makeup than before after having colored your hair, then you have selected the wrong color. The perfect hair shade should highlight your complexion, bring it alive and your skin should shine. On the other hand, if your hair color does not complete your complexion, you may look tired and faded. Therefore, it is a must that you know more about your complexion and choose the color with care.
Professional hairdressers also agree that the most problematic part of the whole process is determining the right tone of the skin. In fact, most of us have minor nuances and delicate and difficult to determine, even for professionals. Just as the shape of the face is important for you to choose a perfect hairstyle, just determining the tone of the skin is a must to find the right hair color that adds a shine to your appearance. So consult your professional stylist, determine your complexion as well as the shade and discover the color that suits you best.