There are so many colors you could rock, so how do you choose the best hair color for your skin tone?
It’s hard enough to even decide which haircut goes with my face, now I need to find the hair color for my skin tone? I’m not doing this!
You have a lot of things to think about when choosing your next hair color, it’s not easy.
What kind of undertone does your skin have? You should think about this when you pick a color.
This will help you figure out which color looks best on you.
We know it could be hard to choose the colors that go with your skin tone so, we did our research and we found what works.
How to Find Your Skin Tone
First, you need to figure out what your skin’s undertones are. Then, you can choose your hair color. This is basically how it works.
Most people fall into one of three groups: warm, cool, or neutral.
To find out what your undertones are, look at your wrists or the top of your hands. The veins, are blue or purple?
That means your skin tone is cool. If your veins appear greenish then you have warm undertones. You’re probably neutral if you see both.
Still not sure? Try this: Put on silver earrings or a silver necklace, then peep at the mirror and see how you look.
Switch to gold jewelry, choose the color that looks best. People with cooler skin tones look better in silver, and people with warmer skin look better in gold.
As a trick, match yourself with a celebrity.
Look for people with similar skin and eye colors to your own when you’re looking for hair color ideas.
It will help you see how the color will look on you.
How to Choose The Best Hair Colors For Your Skin Tone
Now that you know your skin tone, let’s see which hair color you should be rocking.
Deep Skin With Neutral Undertones
The colors are auburn red, reddish-brown, and chestnut.
Clara says that neutral undertones can look great with any color. “I think you should go with a color that looks rich and vibrant, like an auburn red or chestnut brown,” she says.
These colors have a lot of warmth in them, which makes the skin look a little more glowy.
Fair Skin With Warm Undertones
Platinum, ice, silver, ash, sand, beige, and champagne are the shades you should try out.
Cool blonde tints work best on fair-skinned women with blue or violet undertones, according to Trish, since those frosty hues balance out redness.
When it comes to blue or gray eyes and hair, cool, ashy blondes are ideal.
Fair Skin With Neutral Undertones
You should rock strawberry blonde, copper, amber, red, and russet.
According to Trish, “Strawberry blondes are fantastic on light and neutral complexion tones.
“If you want a hue that is both creamy and warm, blend cold and warm tones” she adds.
To neutralize pale skin’s chilly tones, she suggests a subtle, warm red.
“Go for a cooler, brown-tinged auburn instead of a bright, green-tinged red,” Trish says.
Choose a rose gold color that is both bright and warm when you feel like switching things up.
Medium Skin With Warm Undertones
If you’re in this category then you really should try dark chocolate, chestnut, dark auburn, and mocha.
Brown is universally flattering and can be worn by everyone.
Warm skin might benefit from cooler brown shades, which make yellow undertones seem creamier.
If you have a darker complexion, Diane, a New York City-based hairstylist, recommends going from black to deep, mocha brown to get a more natural look.
Fair Skin With Cool Undertones
Gold, caramel, amber, honey, and butterscotch should be your favorite colors.
Trish recommends warm tones like strawberry blondes, copper, honey, and gold for a fair complexion with cool undertones.
Those with olive complexion should avoid ashy blondes since they might wash them out, she adds.
For people with a dark complexion, a caramel blonde is the best option for an elegant style.
However, if you’ve got a warm complexion, you should steer clear of yellow blondes, cooler blondes will look better on you.
Fair Skin With Peach Undertones
There are a lot of different shades to try including true red, dark auburn, and burgundy.
For people with ruddy undertones, red is a good choice because it looks good on them.
It’s better to have pale skin with a little bit of red in it than try to fight it, says Clara.
If you have warm, peach-colored skin, cooler auburn reds will totally make your skin glow.
Clara, warns people with olive undertones not to go red because it can make their skin seem greenish.
Medium Skin With Neutral Undertones
True black, espresso, blue-black, and licorice are just a few of the colors that will flatter your skin.
In the world of hair color, black isn’t just one color. Different tones and highlights add a little something extra.
There are people who have fair, cool-toned skin who don’t like how this color looks on them.
For people with warmer or neutral skin, it makes their skin look really come out.
Deep Skin With Warm Undertones
shades of brown are caramel, golden brown, and butterscotch.
Melisa advises that “for warm, deep skin tones, it’s best to choose warm browns and caramels to make your skin look more alive.”
If your hair is already blonde, tone it down with shades of caramel.
Deep Skin With Cool Undertones
Dark mocha, brown-black, and deep black are shades you could try.
If you have dark skin, cool blacks look great but if you want to make your skin look a little warmer, you can add chocolate tones.
Shades include virtually everything. For rainbow-colored hair, you could really get creative.
It looks washed out if dark skin is mixed with light colors. “Saturated hues make darker skin tones look better,” says Diane, a color expert.
If you have a tan skin tone, you can go for brighter and more saturated colors like jewel tones.
Blue hair looks best on people with golden skin.
Medium Skin With Cool Undertones
Caramel, honey, golden brown, amber, mahogany, cinnamon, and honey are the perfect shades for you.
Diane thinks this color range is best for people with medium skin, but she says that if you want to avoid looking washed-out, you should choose a shade that is different from your skin tone.
“Caramel browns work best with skin tones that are on the lighter side of olive, with a little more yellow and green to them” adds Trish.
This color looks great on a dark base or root.
Can you always trust the hairstylist to pick the best hair color for your skin tone or do you like to do things yourself?
Either way, this article is for everyone even hair colorists. You should know what color would really be flattery on your client.
And if you’re thinking of coloring your hair by yourself, you know what to do now. Find your skin tone first and then have fun with the colors we’ve suggested.
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