Finding out what hair color suits you is based on the cool and warm tones of your skin. For example, cool is mostly Asian skin for they have the brown base. Warm is Causasin for their skin base is pink. For cool stay away being too light (blonde thin highlights are ok, all blonde is a big no-no). Warm skin tones should stay away from being too dark; jet black would make you look pasty and washed out.
Suggestions: Cool tones-reds, dark browns, light gold, or red brown. Warm tones- golden blonde, light brown, light red. These colors are great for either highlighting or an all over color. I hope this helps.
Well, choosing the right hair colour is not as easy as simply picking out a colour you like. There are a lot of factors that you should consider before picking a colour for your hair. In the first place, you have to observed what type of skin tone you have, for example if you an olive skin you should suit darker hair colours. For the best results, you can check for the hair specialist.
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