For better results, you should know your initial hair color and tone.

What you need to know to get a color you’ll really love; your starting color, your current color and tone. Here you will find shading suggestions that are right for you.

START YOUR COLOR

 

Knowing where to start something, especially when it’s about hair color, is half the time to finish it. Just as we apply makeup to our skin, dyeing hair consists of two steps that are much easier than combining puzzle pieces.

The most important point to consider when deciding on the color you want to dye your hair is your current hair color. If you have paint in your hair, then your starting color is not your congenital color, but your current color after painting.

For example, you may be mid-brown from birth, but if you have light brown shades right now, light brown is your starting color. So, what does all this mean to change your hair color? A general rule about your hair color is that if you’ve never dyed your hair before, it’s easy to get two shades lighter or darker than your starter color when you want to change the color of your hair.

  • If your existing hair is medium brown, you can get a lighter brown, a darker yellow or an even darker brown.
  • If you have paint in your hair, you can only turn two shades dark or a ton to avoid poor toning consequences.
  • If you have shadows in your hair or want to switch to two shades of light or dark from your current color, we recommend visiting a hairdresser.

YOUR TONE

 

Tone means different things in different contexts. In music, when the composition is compatible, the result is pleasurable when it is written on the same key. Otherwise, when mismatched tones come together, pleasure cannot be mentioned. This also applies to hair color. Hair and skin tones have warm and cold tones. Your hair should be warm or cold tone is determined by your skin tone and eye color. The first thing you need to think about is what colors you feel perfect with, which ones you get more compliments from. If you’re lucky, these colors are in the same group as your own tone.

As you can see below, whether your hair color is hot or cold, fitting your tone with your hair color is very important for your appearance.

Warm Tones

 

Warm people can get the best look in warm tones from the gold and copper family. Warm colors include different combinations of skin tone and eye color; golden coffee hair, light skin tone, hazel eyes; golden blonde hair is clear, peach skin tone; a dark skin tone is compatible with black hair and brown eyes. Reds are also usually in this category; skin is a yellow-facing tone.

Do peach tones better suit you than pink? Do you look better with silver jewelry than gold jewelry? Then you’re probably warm. So if your shadows are in warm tones, your hair should be gold, bronze and copper. Shades such as red or gold add warmth to your hair color.

Cold Tones

 

Cold-colored people can get the best look in cold tones, which are also from the blue and purple family. Cold colors include different combinations of skin tone and eye color; dark hair, light skin tone and blue eyes; blonde hair, white skin tone and blue eyes; The very dark skin tone is compatible with black hair and dark brown eyes. The skin will have a pinkish tone.
Does dark blue suit you better than camel hair color? Do you look better with silver jewelry than gold jewelry? Then you’re probably cold-colored. So if your shadows are in cold tones, your hair should be in the color of ash, platinum or champagne. Cold tones reduce the orangeization of the hair, giving your hair a better appearance.