Update Your Hair Color In 3 Ways<br />Powered by www.FaceTransformation.com<br />
Step 1: Enrich your natural base color<br />Don’t try to cover up the color you were born with. Enhance it. Work with your colorist to figure out what hues are hidden below your surface. <br />The idea is to find shades in your hair color’s family and bring out the warm, rich tones by adding more of that color. For example, if you have dark brown hair, chances are you also have some auburn/red in the mix. Bring those tones out by adding lowlights all over.<br />www.FaceTransformation.com<br />
Step 2: Look at the stars for shade<br />Check out celebrities wearing the color you covet, and observe how they switch their shades for the season.<br />Ask yourself, "Which look can I realistically copycat?" Don’t try to rock Penelope Cruz’s color if your natural hair and skin tone are more Scarlett Johansson. Stay within one or two shades (darker or lighter) of your current or natural hue.<br />www.FaceTransformation.com<br />
Step 3: Now, customize it<br />Now that you’ve narrowed down the shade you like, bring the photo along on your consultation so you and your stylist can develop a personalized look. It's also smart to ask questions. Talk about the colors in your wardrobe -- are you more browns, grays or blacks? Pastels or bold colors? This will help inform how much of what color is placed where.<br />www.FaceTransformation.com<br />
Blonds: What's hot now<br />Swap sun-soaked, bleached highlights for a glimmering gold. Avoid chunky streaks and precise, striped strands. Instead, opt for all-over permanent color, which allows your natural highlights to shine through without looking too contrived.<br />www.FaceTransformation.com<br />
Brunettes: What's hot now<br />Cinnamon lowlights create a halo effect of color by adding dimension and contrast. We recommend asking your stylist to work the color into small sections of the top layer of your hair, all around your head.<br />www.FaceTransformation.com<br />
Redheads: What's hot now<br />Try a vibrant shade with hints of auburn. The look is warmer and richer than strawberry blonde. To get the depth and make the shade pop, ask your stylist to use permanent color and highlights. <br />www.FaceTransformation.com<br />
Black hair: What's hot now<br />We recommend experimenting with butterscotch or toffee shades to break up a dark mane and add radiance. But use it judiciously. Highlights in dark hair can look overly done, so ask your colorist to create highlights around the crown of your head with the shade.<br />www.FaceTransformation.com<br />
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