Saturday, 18th November 2017
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Are you warm or cool?

Are you warm or cool?

Finding the right hair tone for your complexion

Possibly the best hair colour advice is to learn how to choose the right colour and treatment to create an exciting new look for every occasion.

When it comes to choosing hair colour, you should consider what shade will enhance your overall look and what type of treatment works best for your hair texture. Your ideal style of hair cut depends on your face shape, but your hair colour, should be based on a combination of factors, including your natural hair colour, eye colour and skin tone.

The most important of these is your skin tone. You’ll look your best with a hair colour that complements your natural skin tone. In hair colouring, the word “tone” is used to describe the warmth or coolness of a colour. In general, warm colours have yellow, peach or red undertones and cool tones have pink, violet or blue undertones.

In simple terms; your complexion colouring is either, dark olive, peaches & cream or fair to light.

Warm hair colours will be those with a yellow, golden or amber cast and cool hair colours are ash blonds, ash browns or black. You will look best in hair colours with the same tones as your skin. For example, warm skin tones will look best with warm hair colours.


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But what colour suits you best? Finding the best colours for your hair and complexion can be very complicated, although you can achieve excellent results by colouring your hair at home, as long as you learn a few basics on selecting the right colour and application. Remember to consider how much upkeep you can live with and make sure you have the time and the budget to maintain your new look. For example, a colour that’s quite different from your na tural shade requires a touch-up every four to six weeks. Once you have a hair colour you like, you’ll want to keep it in its original shade as long as possible. You can do this by avoiding sun, salt water and swimming pool chlorine for the first 48 hours after colouring. After that, you should use shampoos and conditioners specially formulated for coloured hair.

Try to use the same product brand, for both colour treatment and maintenance, as each company has its own protection formula that works best with its related colour product.

By following these few simple rules you can achieve a natural look for your skin type with the minimum of effort.
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