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Best way to Choose the Right Hair Color for Your Skin Tone

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The heart of beauty is skin tone. It enlightens almost every makeup, hair and even wardrobe choice we make, whether it’s choosing a foundation, an outfit or maybe the most importantly, a shade of hair dye.

Regrettably, figuring out how to compliment your skin tone is also confusing. The normal advice is to find out whether you are warm- or or cool-toned, and then to stick to that same colour family in everything.


Remove All Make Up from Face.

To Correctly determine your skin’s undertones, you’ll need to totally eliminate all traces of makeup that may be changing its natural color.

The Nature of the room.

Because your skin looks drastically different under different types of light choose a room with a large window or other source of natural light before doing this test.

Do a color test.

Hold a shirt in a bright shade of green or blue against your face, then take it down and hold up a different shirt in a shade of red or yellow. If your skin looks better against the blue shirt, you likely have cool-toned skin. If it looks better against the red shirt, you have warm-toned skin.

Examine your veins.

If you’re still unsure about your skin tone, look at the veins in your wrist. People with cool skin tones have blue or purple veins, while people with warmer skin tones have greenish veins.

After you’ve figured it out for yourself, you can move on to the fun part —choosing a hair color.


 Below are the best Hair Color for Your Skin Tone

1. Warm-toned skin

The whole idea here is to create contrast between your hair and your complexion-whether that means going lighter or darker. “If your hair color is too close to your skin tone, your features will disappear.”  So you Can try the following hair color for your Dark Skin:

Colors to Do:

Colors with an orange base (note: orange base does not mean orange!) or a red undertone, including…

  • Rich auburns
  • Copper or caramel tones
  • Milk chocolate/ chocolate brown
  • Rich, golden browns
  • Warm, beige blonde
  • Honey blonde
  • Golden blonde

Colors to Avoid:

  • Platinum blonde
  • Ash brown
  • Anything with a blue, green or violet undertone

# Golden Shade

Golden Shade hair color for dark skin

The best way to add your dark beauty or to attract the look of everyone on any kind of fashion is to apply the golden color on your hair. The best way to apply the golden color on the hair is to apply lighter shade on the beginning of the hair and after this darker the golden shade of your hair step by step.  This will give the blond look to you

#Copper Shade

Copper Shade Hair color is good for dark Skin

Amongst the black women the colors that are considered as the popular or trendy are radian colors. The best idea for making the flattering look that is not too far and is closer to the natural hair color is to apply the copper hair color on your hair. This is a natural color and belongs to the natural red color.

#Pale blonde shade

If you determined that you have a warm skin tone, you will want to choose a hair color in a cool tone to complement it. These types of hair colors often have the words “cool” or “ash” in their titles. For women with lighter skin colors who want to go for a pale blonde shade, choose a champagne or platinum hue like Julianne Hough. This skin tone also looks great with a hip, silvery-blonde color.

#darker hair color
darker hair color

If you want to go for a darker hair color against your warm-toned skin, choose a brunette or red in a cooler shade. Think rich black-brown, fawn-colored brunette or dark red, such as amber or auburn. Celebs like Kim Kardashian and Jessica Chastain are great examples.






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2.  Cool

• People with cool skin tones like Amy Adams often have eyes that are blue, gray, greenish-blue with gray flecks, or a deep brown that borders on black.
• Pink or blue-based red lipsticks are more flattering than corals, terracotta reds, and chocolate browns.
• The veins on your wrist have a blue tint.
• Silver jewelry looks best on you.


  • You have lighter skin
  • You have fair skin for whatever your ethnicity is
  • You have pink undertones to your skin
  • Your Eye Color: usually jewel toned eye colors (blue eyes, green eyes, emerald green, dark blue, super dark brown where it looks black)
  • You do not have hazel eyes for example
  • You do not tan easily
  • You were probably born with black/darker hair
  • You might have a harsh contrast between eyes, hair and face

Colors to Do:

Do anything with a blue, violet-red, violet base

  • Jewel toned hair
  • Really dark brown or black
  • Solid, jet black
  • White, platinum blonde
  • Dark, violet red brings out green eyes (green eyes, pale skin works beautifully with this)

Colors to Avoid:

  • Golden blonde
  • Copper red
  • Caramel or honey


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3. Fair Skin

“The lighter your skin tone, the paler you can go with your hair,” says celebrity colorist Rita Hazan, who works with Beyoncé and Jessica Simpson. Fair complexions with warm undertones like Elizabeth Olsen’s look best against hues of butterscotch, strawberry blonde, and honey. These shades play up the peachiness of your skin and cast a soft glow on your face. If you have a cool undertone like Julianne Hough, look for blue-based colors like platinum, flaxen, and champagne blonde to flatter your ivory complexion.


  • You have fair skin, usually with more of a pink or yellow undertone
  • Your Eye Color: It’s flexible, but generally, you will have a lighter color, such as a very light, light blue, light green, a lighter hazel color, a light, super gold brown
  • If you have a “darker” eye color, like super dark brown or even super deep/dark blue, you’re likely not a spring
  • You can potentially tan (You can tan easier than a winter, but you cannot tan as easily as a summer or an autumn)
  • You were probably born with a dirty, ash-dishwater blonde or born super blonde (tow head)

Colors to Do:

Colors with a violet, blue or green base

  • Light, icy blonde
  • Platinum blonde
  • Ashy blonde
  • Ashy brown

Colors to Avoid:

  • Anything with an orange base or an overly golden base
  • No honey blonde
  • No golden browns








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