How to Choose the Best Color for Your Hair?

February 8, 2019

Watch your vein under arm in natural light. You have warm tones if it appears green. If it is blue you are having a cool-toned skin. A colonist would study the overall skin tone, age and color of the eyes. Skin tone tells us what the tone of the best color for Hair should be.

 

Light Skinned Light Eyed Girls

It is seen that light-eyed light skinned girls will look light with lighter hair shades. Dark skin and dark eyes work better with darker shades of skin. In case you are having plenty of pink undertones in skin in comparison to white, it is better that you avoid warmth in your hair color. The younger the look with warmer the shade! White hair can be fun if you are blonde! Golden hair is youthful. Brunettes can opt for caramel tones instead of ashy tones. Redheads can choose copper tones instead of burgundy.

 

Dyeing Your Hair a Bit Darker

If you have been lightening your hair with highlights for years, dye your hair a bit darker. Doing darker will allow you gain an appearance of shinier, softer and healthier hair. Darker colors fill in porous hair and make hair look less fried. Warm shades make you feel younger. Golden hair looks youthful. Suggest brunettes opt for caramel tones instead of ashy ones. Redheads should be choosing copper instead of burgundy.

 

Dye Hair the Color You Want

Peroxide will dry your hair and contribute to damage. Your hair is straw-like when the pigment has been broken down. Brown hair is considered to be most attractive although many men prefer black hair. However, men prefer women with dark hair. Other hair colors which men prefer include blondes & redheads.

 

Tips for Coloring Your Hair

It is sensible to use a hot oil hair treatment 3 days before coloring. Condition and prepare hair strands in order to take hair color. Do not wash hair on the day or before coloring hair. You can do it the day after hot oil treatment. This is to avoid washing away natural oils in hair.

 

 

Applications for Standard Colors

It requires 30 minutes for standard color applications and 45 minute for maximum gray coverage and for covering high lift shades. It typically requires 15 minutes for peroxide and ammonia to open cuticles and penetrate into cortex for lightening the natural pigment. However, ensure that you stay a shade away from the color of your hair roots. Dark shades of hair make thinning noticeable. Normally, hair coloring expand hair shafts and make it appear thicker. Do not highlight or bleach hair too much because it can lead to breakage.

 

 

Ristrah’s Schild Hair Color Stain Protector

This is an all natural formula which is made of vitamins, Shea Butter and natural oils. Ristrah’s Schild Hair Color Stain Protector acts as a stain shield and nourishes the skin at the same time. It prevents hair color staining the skin. Ristrah’s Schild Hair Color Stain Protector is free of parabens, phthalates, SLS/SLES, PEG, petrochemicals, synthetic fragrances, alcohol. and animal ingredients.

 

Ristrah’s Schild Hair Color Stain Remover

Made of Witch Hazel, Vegetable Glycerin and Green Tea Extract, Ristrah’s Schild Hair Color Stain Remover gently removes hair color stains from skin. Just apply on a cotton pad and gently rub stained areas of skin for removing excessive hair color. The product is 100% vegan, anti-inflammatory and gluten-free as well. It contains no parabens, phthalates, PEGs, petrochemicals, sulfates, silicone, ammonia or artificial fragrances.

 

References

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Human_hair_color

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hair_coloring

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Category:Hair_coloring

 

 

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