How To Choose A Hair Colour That Suits You
The best hair is all dependent on having the right cut and colour. Don’t make the mistake of grabbing the first colour that you like on a hair model on the box. If you want to stand out, and make the best of your features, it’s important to look for a colour that really suits you. There are some bold colours that just don’t suit certain skin tones such as bright red. If you really want a red, but it makes you look washed out, try a strawberry blond or a softer auburn. The darker features you have you would be able to pull off a burgundy or even a blue black. Also think of how much time and money do you want to invest into your colour. If you want to go blonde, remember your regrowth will show very early on if you are naturally dark. Black regrowth can look very odd on some people. Are you planning on using a boxed colour dye or are you able to afford going to the hairdresser every few weeks to have your regrowth coloured? This can be very costly especially for long hair and can take some time. Packet dyes are not for everyone, but people like them as they are so reasonably priced.
There are so many shades and colours to choose from these days it’s hard to not colour your hair at home, but the most common mistake is thinking your hair will turn out as the model on the front of the box. You need to check the packaging and realise that going from black to blonde is not going to happen, you would need to strip your hair or go gradually lighter or use peroxide which is very risky to do at home yourself. You run the risk of over bleaching your hair and having your hairdressers Canning Vale get very dry, or even start falling out to burning your scalp. Once you have decided on what shade you would like to go, you can try on some pretty cool hair pieces and or wigs these days. It’s not like in the old days how we used to think of wigs. If you are looking for some foils, but don’t want to strip your lovely dark hair and want some blonde colour or some bright colours added like pink green or blue, you can buy hair pieces in single strips. These are not usually very expensive, but does depend on if the hair is real or fake.
Some you can use a hair straightener on them and some it would just ruin it. You can also try to use a semi permanent colour or a rinse which only lasts a few washes or a few weeks. This way your hair colour washes out. Ask advice from your friends or hairdresser what shade do they think would look good on you. Most of all, have fun while trying new colours and shades. You could even look at party hair sprays which are colour sprays that wash out immediately.
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