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Hair colour for Spring-Summer 2019
Guide to hair colour
In theory, there are a ton of shades to choose from, but in practice, there are only variations of blonde, red, black, and brunette. When it comes to hair colour choose shades that keep your hair looking natural, and also take into account your skin tone before making any dramatic colour changes.
Don’t forget to bear in mind the texture of your hair texture, which plays a major role in the colour your hair will take on.
Blonde hair is a popular choice and will give you a certain sex appeal. As they say blondes have more fun, and there are so many shades to choose from this year, from lustrous gold to warm rose gold. Lighten up and say goodbye to platinum locks and hello to luxurious gold.
The weather may be warming up, but brown and black shades stay cool this spring. Brown and black suits most skin tones, and will continue to be the popular choice. The palette for brunettes and black hair has gone over to the caramels and honeys, and also violet-based brunettes, which are cooler shades of single-toned solid darker shades. These are healthy and full of shine. Finally black is good for pale complexion as well as those with a tan.
And finally think Florence and the Machine, and Rihanna, warm red locks are here to stay. Red hair if you are not pale with freckles is not the natural shade for you. If you do want to colour your hair a fiery shade then ask your colourist or stylist for advice first. Do be careful because the dramatic flashy red hair will bring out all the flaws of your face. You’ll want to pick a colour that goes with your skin tone. Darker skin and darker hair can get away more with a plum/orange base. Lighter colour skin-tones can try brighter reds and be more risky like Rihanna’s new look. Fire-engine reds also tend to go better will fairer skin tones.
For at-home colouring, the key is to look closely at the back of the box and find which natural colour hair is recommended for that colour. Just because there’s a fire-engine redhead on the box, doesn’t mean you will end up with that colour. If your hair is a natural light brown, it will more likely be closer to the picture and darker hair will likely have to go brighter. The ultimate outcome definitely depends on your natural hair-colour and undertones.
When placing highlights place them subtly around the face
To maintain your colour, use cool water to rinse your hair at the end of your shower
To change the hue, try lifting the colour one or two shades to get a vibrant feel.
Adopt a good hair care regime if you colour your hair to keep it healthy and nourished.
If you have very textured or curly hair, highlights are more noticeable and can look stripy.
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