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Hairdresser Joseph Kellner Easy Hair Color Tips

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If you already have a tinge of brown on your hair, as some girls are born with, and have a fair complexion, then go for red streaks on your hair, you will look awesome.

The same goes for people having a darker skin tone, using burgundy or brown will ruin your looks for good. Go for streaks as in Dark red or go for some blond streaks. It’s best to go for you, not to go in for full hair color, since your skin tone is darker.

If you do have a dark skin tone, lets say very dark like African Americans, then and still want to go in for full hair color, or lets say you suffer from grey hair and want full coverage, then choose a subtle blonde color , which is between brown and blonde but not total blond, a suppressed blond.

If you have wheat complexion, well we Indians love playing with our hair colors, you can do streaks of red/ or / blue on your hair, or go in for a burgundy color or even light brown.

The brightest of all the colors is Red. If you are thinking of coloring your hair red then you might as well streak it and not color it totally. That works perfectly.

The brightest of all the colors is Red. If you are thinking of coloring your hair red then you might as well streak it and not color it totally. That works perfectly.

If you are extremely pale then don’t go for black or very dark hair color. It will make you look paler than you already are. Dark hair can also make you look older than you are if out on pale skin toned people.

People with hazel, green and brown eyes can go for warm overtones in colors. Golden blonde, golden brown and burgundy are some of them.

People with blue or gray eyes can go for cool overtones in hair color. Platinum, ash blonde, ash brown, blonde colors will suit these people more.

If you are thinking of dying hair into non-natural colors such as purple, blue, and green, think about how this might clash with your current wardrobe and jewellery. Also, it should go with the dress code at work or school.

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Which Shade Should I Get?

 

Which Shade Should I Get?  There are dozens of hues of blonde hair highlights available. The key to choosing the best shade isn’t just picking a pretty color: it needs to coordinate with your hair, skin, and eye color for a blended, natural look; ideally, more than one highlight shade should be used. Individuals who were born with blonde hair that darkened as they aged (which is natural) can look at old photographs their previous shades of blonde are superb choices for highlights. Individuals who have adopted blonde locks, however, need to take greater care in choosing the best highlight color.

For Your Eye Color. If you have chosen your blonde hair highlight color based on your hair color and skin tone, it will likely already match your eye color as well. As a double-check, note that individuals with very light eyes (blue or green) tend to have cool skin tones and should opt for paler highlight colors, while individuals with dark eyes can often choose richer shades.

For Your Skin Color.  Because highlights often frame the face, skin color is the most important factor when choosing an accent shade. The wrong highlight color can make your complexion appear too flushed, too pale, or just discolored.  For cool skin tones… Individuals with cool skin tones are frequently pale and do not tan easily. Their skin may have blue or gray undertones that are best highlighted and soothed by ash, beige, wheat, taupe, or other subtle highlights. For ruddy skin tones… Ruddy skin tones tend to have strong red undertones and blush easily. Individuals with ruddy tones should avoid red-based highlights that can accentuate their skin, but beige, gold, and honey brown shades are excellent options.  All models on this page where corrective hair color client’s. The brand of hair color used was Goldwell, various levels of reconditioning were implemented to achieve an exact hair color for these client’s. All the corrective color service’s where not completed in one salon visit. And normally in the field of corrective hair color numerous salon visits are needed

Joseph Kellner
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