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That hair colour. Does it work for you? Well does it!

27 Oct

Welcome to BACK2MYROOTS B2MR: Regular postings of fresh new topic’s

A place to share thoughts post comments and idea’s on matters relating to hair colouring skill and techniques and anything industry related.

Getting the shade that compliments your skin, eye tone that you feel good and look good with!.

Yes we as stylist we have a role to play when it comes to consultation. That role is to give the client the best advise we can.  

Create that look chose and recommend  colour or colours that will work for you flattering you. The real  skill is listening to what the client  want’s  but also advising on what really works.

That color that look with the wow factor  those colours that make your eyes pop, your face come alive! yes we can over the top go for shock but for 95% of women they want healthy natural great looking colour .We can do this    


                                                             Are you cool?

Your skin tone and eye colour play a big role in helping to determine which hair colour will be best for you there are two main categories, depending on the above: cool and warm.

Cool category:

eyes: deep brown or black brown, Grey blue or dark blue, hazel with white, Grey or blue flecks.

skin tone: very dark brown; true olive (most Asians and Latinos); medium with no color in cheeks medium with faint pink cheeks; medium with golden undertones ;pale with no color in cheeks, pale with pink undertones,brown or bronze when you tan,

Natural hair colour: blue black, deepest coffee brown, medium ash brown, medium golden brown dishwater blonde, salt and pepper, white.

If you were two or more of these, then you fall into the cool category. Naturally cool people should avoid gold, yellow, red and bronze tones in hair colour. These warm tones have a tendency to make you look sallow and drawn. The best hair colour shades, depending on your skin tone, are shiny raven-wing blacks, cool ash browns, cool blondes in shades ranging from mink to platinum and icy white. You’re also fortunate enough to be able to wear many exciting “unnatural” hair colours like lipstick reds, burgundies, and orchids, purples.

Warm category:

eyes: golden brown, green, green blue or turquoise,hazel with gold or brown flecks,

skin tone: brown with pink undertone, brown with golden undertone, pale with peach or gold undertones, freckled.

Natural hair colour:

Deep brown with gold or red highlights red; strawberry blonde; Grey with a yellow cast; natural golden blonde.

If you were two or more of these, then you fall into the warm category. You should avoid blue, violet, white and jet-black hair, ash based hair colours which will seem to “wash out” your natural colour. Depending on your skin tone and your preferences, you’ll find dark, warm browns, rich golden browns and auburn, warm gold and red highlights, and golden blond shades look best on you. Highlighting is a great way to add warm tones to your hair.

See previous blog. On natural high lights using high lift blonde matching shades with your natural colour.

http://back2myroots.co.uk/2010/08/11/highlights-using-highlift-colour/

http://back2myroots.co.uk/2011/09/13/the-love-of-being-blonde/

What ever your colouring:

I think the key thing here is does the colour you are choosing for your hair make your eyes pop! if it compliments your skin tone and your eye colour then it’s a go!!

Hair Colour cut style it’s all part of the bigger picture that is you makeup, clothes, accessories that is you! Says. This is me. Individual stunning stylish!

All possible patients faith and a willingness for change!! hairdressing plays a part in this and that’s what makes what we do so special  we have the power to solve problems come up with solutions make a difference. work with our clients to educate and advise them to get that unique look and style.

MikeB2MR

http://www.back2myroots.co.uk/

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