If you’re ready for a fresh start, why not begin with a trendy, new hair color? Ideas about your best, new hair color depend on your natural skin tone. And that means matching up the color to your cool, neutral or warm skin undertones. But you can wear almost any color you fancy, as long as you choose the correct shade to flatter your complexion. 
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Determine your skin tone

Start by determining whether you have a warm, cool, or neutral skin tone. You can do this by examining the undertones of your skin. Warm undertones typically have hints of yellow, peach, or golden hues, while cool undertones have hints of pink, blue, or red. Neutral undertones have a mix of both warm and cool tones.

- Cool Skin Tones

If you’re quite fair, with cooler undertones (meaning you have a lot of pink, blue or red undertones in your complexion), you want your hair color to help minimize any redness in your skin. Warm or golden hair color tones look flattering on light skin with cool undertones, so go for golden blondes, warm reds or neutral brunettes that will help counter-balance your pinky skin tone and complement your face.

- Warm Skin Tones


For warmer undertones (think hints of yellow or orange), your ideal hair color should give your skin a healthy, natural-looking flush. Go for hues that are cool, ashy or have reddish tones, like honey or strawberry blondes, golden copper, cool beige brown and rich browns.

- Dark Skin Tones 

Striking the right contrast between your complexion and hair color is key. What you don’t want is your hair color to perfectly match your skin—your features will disappear. If your skin is warm or golden, beautiful shades of mahogany or copper bring out the sunniness in your skin. For cooler skin tones, accent your pinky-blue undertones with cool red browns or icy dark browns, and rich blacks.

- Neutral skin tones

With a neutral skin tone, you have the flexibility to choose from a wide range of hair colors. Both warm and cool tones can work well for you. Experiment with different shades to find what you feel most comfortable and confident in. Both Ash, Copper and Gold tones in dark or blonde variations are good options to start with.

Consider your eye color

While your skin tone is a primary factor in choosing a hair color, considering your eye color can also help create a complementary look. For example, warm hair colors like golden blonde or copper can enhance brown or hazel eyes, while cool hair colors like ash blonde or cool brown can make blue or green eyes pop.

Seek professional advice

If you're uncertain about which hair color would suit you best, consider consulting a professional hairstylist - US. <3

Sen us some photos for us to assess your skin tone, eye color, and other factors and  provide you with personalised recommendations that will suit you.

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