Best hair color based on your color palette!
You might have been wondering what color your hair should be. In order to make the best decision you should take into consideration your color palette. More specifically, determine your seasonal color palette based on your skin tone, eyes color and your natural hair color.
Should you belong to “Spring” seasonal palette your natural hair color varies from warm blonde to brown. You should choose “warm” colors and avoid ash colors. Therefore, should your hair are brown, you may color your hair in golden brown or red-brown tones. Should you are blonde, you may color your hair in any golden/warm blonde color or you may add some highlights that will look natural.
If you are an “Autumn” person you might have brown hair, you may have been blonde during your childhood or in some cases you may have black hair. As Springs, the warm colors is a better fit for you. You may color your hair in golden blonde tones, different tones of brown or in red, red-brown or red in golden tones. Highlights in warm/golden tones of red or golden blonde can be a good choice for you.
Are you a “Winter”? Most probably your hair color varies from brown to black in different tones. The key word when you decide to color your hair is “ash”. In contrast to Springs and Autumns, you should stay away from warm colors or red color. Should you decide to change the color of your hair, you could try brown in any variation from light to dark brown or blue-black. Light highlights don’t seem to be a good choice for you.
Should you are a “Summer” most probably your hair are either blonde or brown in ash tones. Therefore, like Winters the best choice for you is to color your hair in “ash” tones. A warm color doesn’t seem to be a good choice for you. Should you are blonde, you hair bleaches during the summer, therefore highlights in ash blonde color is a good choice for you. Generally speaking, the best choice for you is ash or warm ash blonde and ash brown.