How to Pick Right Hair Colour for Your Skin Tone

rati beauty app

Hii IMBBians,

You can love a specific hair colour but its result might not look good on you. So, what’s the deal here? Well, you need to choose the right hair colour as per your skin tone. Have a look at the guide to pick the correct hair colour for your skin tone.

Colored hairs. Portrait of smiling women with flying . Ombre. Gradient

1. Determine your skin tone:

Brunette girl with long and shiny wavy hair . Beautiful model with curly hairstyle .

First and foremost, you need to determine your skin tone. That’s the first step in choosing the correct hair colour. You need to determine whether you have a warmer or cooler skin tone. We know how to do that. You need to see which colour of jewellery looks good on you. If it is gold then you have a warmer skin tone and if silver looks great on you, then you have a cooler skin tone.

2. Match your complexion:

You need to know which type of complexion you have. It can be fair or olive or even dark. Just know your complexion and this will help you to choose the correct hair colour which will look rocking on you.

3. Choose the correct hair colour:

Complete set of locks of all the most used hair color samples, rounded shape, isolated on white background, clipping path included

Now, this is the main trick. You need to choose the correct colour as per your shade and skin tone. If you have a warmer and fair complexion, then go with a darker hued hair colour. And similarly, if you have a cooler shade and a fairer skin tone, then go with a lighter shade colour. The trick is to choose the hair colour which will complement your skin tone and give a nice soft glow on your face. For instance, fair complexions with warm undertones look best in butterscotch, honey and strawberry blonde. If you have a cooler complexion, then choose platinum, flaxen, champagne blonde and that will make you look awesome.

Some more points which you need to consider before getting your hair coloured are as following. Have a look at them:

4. Money matters:

Two female customers selecting haircare products in drugstore. Selective focus

This is a very important step as after hair colour a lot of efforts goes in actually maintaining it. Thus, you need to use the shampoo and conditioner which is good for your hair. This shampoo and conditioner will not only help your colour to stay but will also improve the texture of your hair. And, it will ultimately reduce the hair breakage so that your hair will grow stronger and thicker.

5. Check the season:

You need to also have a look at the current season. If it’s a summer or a spring season, then you can add fun elements and experiment with it. But, if it’s a winter season, then just go bold with it and you can add even the darker colours too.

6. Check your age:

Red Hair. Beautiful Woman with Curly Long Hair. High quality image.

We all know that age has nothing to do with styling and beauty. But, even then, there are people who like to wear only a certain hair colour at a certain age.

So, that was our quick sheet to pick the right hair colour that will perk up your skin complexion. You need to choose the right hair colour as per your skin tone but there are some other points also which you need to consider. Let us know if you know any more such points in the comments below.

How to Choose the Right Nude Lipstick for Your Skin Tone
How To Darken Grey Hair Naturally
How to Choose the Perfect Eyeshadow Palette
How To Restore Damaged Makeup and Cosmetics
Choosing The Right Hair Color For Indian Skin Tone
Hair Colour at Home: 5 Things You Need to Know Before You Colour Your Hair
10 Hair Color Trends That Will Rule the Year 2017
How to Make Hair Color Fade Quicker
How to Choose the Right Nude Lipstick for Your Skin Tone
5 Rice Powder Recipes to Lighten Your Skin Tone
How to Find the Right Blush Shade for Your Skin Tone

[RICH_REVIEWS_SNIPPET category="post"] [RICH_REVIEWS_SHOW category="post" num="3"] [RICH_REVIEWS_FORM]

IMBB RECOMMENDS

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *