How To Use Color On Hair Makeovers
One aspect of hair styling that always gets many boggled is color; if used well color on hair can greatly increase your sexy. On the other hand, if used wrong it can bring more nightmares than those bad hair days. So we need to know how to balance it on our new hair makeovers.
Doing the rights makeover hair will depend on how well you know your face; the possible areas to consider when wearing a different makeover are the skin tone, the color of your natural hair and perhaps the deepness of your eye color. These three determine whether your future hair makeovers will be good or bad.
There are two kinds of skin and eye colors we need to consider; the cool colors and the warm colors. Cool colors are associated with people with rosy cheeks or whose skin burn easily when exposed to sunrays for prolonged periods. Their eye tones colors are blue and dark blue, brown (both light and dark), black as well as grey the hair makeovers they can don are of the same complexion.
The cool colored person will look great in hair makeovers that are blue-black, deep coffee brown, sandy, ashy brown and certain sheds of red. If you are cool colored, you can try any other color except for yellows, gold, bronze or red colors that are warm in nature. Such makeovers make you appear drained.
Now we move on the warm colored folks. If your skin tans instead of burn in sun rays, you definitely are a warm color person. Your eye tone will also be green, mid brown but not dark or light, green blue or a muted green, Hazel or golden brown. Golden brown makeovers are great for the warm colored people. Other color shades to try are auburn, red with some amber touches, chocolate colors, ginger or strawberry blondes.
Any other color is acceptable for hair makeovers except for white, blue or violet shades. They fade out the glow on your skin and make you look old and worn out. It is now perfectly clear what to try depending on your color tone.