Changing hair color is the thing that not all ladies are confident to take the risk because there are so many things they need to consider before making up their mind to go for the best hue. One of the most important factor that they should keep in mind is whether it fits their skin tone or not. There’s a few factors that go into determining which shades will be the most flattering for your complexion. At the same time, it is also necessary to know which hair colors make your complexion undertone in order to narrow down the range of shades you should go for. Following our article today and find out your best color shade to opt for.
1. DETERMINE YOUR SKIN’S UNDERTONE: DEEP
People with deep skin undertones will usually have dark brown eyes. Your skin will look best in brightly hued outfit such as royal purple or green, silver and gold jewlry. Besides, you can easily pull off more intense colors on your lips such as plums or deep burgundies.
2. DETERMINE YOUR SKIN’S UNDERTONE: WARM
- Warm skin tones are usually accompanied by green, hazel, amber, or warm brown eyes and it goes well with gold jewlry. Besides, coral, terracotta red, and chocolate brown lipsticks are most favored by this complexion.
3. DETERMINE YOUR SKIN’S UNDERTONE: COOL
- People with cool skin tones often have eyes that are blue, gray, greenish-blue with gray flecks, or a deep brown that borders on black. They are suitable with silver jewlry, pink or blue based red lipsticks.
4. FIND YOUR SHADE: FAIR SKIN
The lighter your complexion is, the paler you can go with your hair. Light skin tone looks best against hues of butterscotch, strawberry blonde, and honey. The shade shows off the peachiness of your skin and cast a soft glow on your face. If you have cool undertone then go for blue-based colors like platinum, flaxen, and champagne blonde to flatter your ivory complexion.
5. FIND YOUR SHADE: MEDIUM SKIN
This kind of complexion can carry a wide spectrum of shades and provide a gorgeous backdrop for highlights. Those with cool undertones should stick to ashy tones such as sand, wheat blonde, walnut brown to counteract the hint of redness on your skin. While, the buttery tone is better in pair with golden caramel, copper or tawny blonde.
6. FIND YOUR SHADE: OLIVE SKIN
This skin tone, on the other hand can stand up to the intensity of deep, rich brown colors. The key here is to balance the greenish tints in your complexion with cool undertonewith hues like chestnut brown, auburn, and cinnamon. At the same time, ebony brown, mocha, and violet-based colors will enhance the natural warm undertones of complexions like Shay Mitchell’s.
So these are only some suggestions that you can rely on in order to choose the best hair color for your skin tone. Now you can be more confident to experience new hair colors without worrying it will make your complexion look worse.