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How to Find Best Hair Color for Your Skin

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Life is too short to have boring hair. If you’ve finally convinced yourself to make a change by coloring your hair, great! It doesn’t matter if you’ve ever changed your hair color before as it is going to be a big day for you. It is going to be the unveiling of a new and exciting you. You are about to wear a new crown that you’ll never take off no matter what you’re doing.

You could get inspiration for your new hair color from anywhere. A music video, the latest Hollywood flick or your friend that you’ve always liked can inspire you with the perfect hair color. No matter where you get your inspiration, it is important for you to find the right hair color that most definitely suits you. You don’t want your new look to get mismatched due to your skin tone that doesn’t go well together. Picking the right hair color is the make or break moment of your new look. It is crucial that you take your time to make this choice. If you’re a first-timer, you might want to consider using a semi-permanent hair color. It helps to test the waters and figure out your shade with the first run and then probably go for a permanent shade.

What is your skin tone like?

First things first! You will have to figure out which skin tone you possess, Is it warm, cool or neutral? Picking the right shade that goes with your skin tone is important as you do not want to mismatch your hair color. First, you will have to figure out if the surface of your skin is fair, light, medium or dark. Secondly, find your undertones! Take a look at the veins on your wrist and your eye color. You will be easily able to figure out if you’re on the warm or cool side. If you can’t determine if you’re warm or cool, you possess neutral undertones.

Choosing the best hair color

It’s outright confusing when it comes to choosing the best hair color. Before you even start brainstorming on this topic, please understand that there are no beauty rules here. As you’re living in a free country and the hair color techniques are way more advanced, you really can get any hair color you want. Nevertheless what you are looking for here could be which hair color makes your skin tone stand out, thus, in a way, the best hair color for your skin. Because every stylist in the world would agree to the fact that any hair color that complements your undertone and makes you glow is the best hair color. We can guarantee you that you’ll know for sure when you see it.

Time to Find Your New Hair Color

The general rule of thumb is that you stay within three shades of your natural hair color. Even though this is completely relevant, you should not withhold yourself in case you want to go bold with pastel colors.Warm skin usually comes with green, hazel or warm brown eyes. Fair complexions and warm undertones are perfect for paler hair colors like honey, strawberry blonde and butterscotch. Medium neutral skin tones are lucky as they have a wide range of options to choose from. It is perfect for high-contrast highlights and ashy tones like wheat blonde, walnut brown, sand, golden caramel and copper. If you are olive skinned, more toasty hues like cinnamon and chestnut brown are going to be your best friends. If you have dark skin with warm undertones, go straight for hues like mahogany, maple brown, toffee etc. On the other hand, if you have cool undertones, it is important for you to contrast between your skin tone and hair color. You can either go darker or lighter with your hair but never the same color as your skin tone.

Once you are done with your hair color, you will have to deal with many issues such as texture and health of your hair. Going for more natural hair products will help you maintain both health and color in your hair. Don’t forget to check out Ristrah’s Natural Scalp Serum that can help your scalp stay away from dryness, itchiness and flakiness and ensuring healthy hair.

Ultimately, no matter which hair color you finally choose, the trick is to wear it confidently.


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