How To Choose The Best Hair Color for your Skin Tone and Age

No one wants to appear older than the number of candles on their birthday cake. Let’s face it, no one wants to look older than their age. It is, therefore, no surprise that over 54% of Emirati women color their hair, and this number is likely to increase as the population ages. The right cut and color can make all the difference to how you appear and if done correctly it can even take 10 years off your appearance. What do you think your hair says about you?

The Art Of Choosing The Perfect Color

Choosing the right hair color might be more important than the right haircut if you want to always look your best. Depending on how well they complement your skin tone, certain shades can look beautiful or dull on you. A client often asks the colorists at Dubai salons to color their hair after a celebrity that they have seen on television. Colorists have a hard time because it isn’t just about matching the hair color to the skin tone, but also about matching the hair color with the tone of the skin tone.

If you want to color your hair at home, you’ll find it overwhelming and confusing to walk down the hair-care aisle of your local drugstore. Additionally, hair mistakes can cause your face to age prematurely or make you look less than incredible. There is no need to worry about Rami Jabali because he is here to help. Find out how to determine your skin tone and identify the best colors for you, whether you want to look natural or dramatic.

How To Determine Your Skin Tone

Like the color of one’s complexion, hair colors can either be warm, cool, or neutral. Warm-toned skin is yellow, peachy, and golden, while cool-toned skin has pink, red, and blue undertones. The undertone of your skin will match your actual skin tone if your skin tone is neutral.

If your skin tone is neutral, how can you determine what your skin tone is? It is possible to find out if you are suffering from diabetes with a simple wrist test. All you have to do is flip your wrist over and look at your veins to see if they are noticeable. When your eyes are blue or purple, it is likely that you have a cool-toned complexion. If your veins are green or yellow, then you probably have a warm-toned complexion. Here’s another cool trick: Place a silver piece of jewelry and a gold one next to your eyes. You could even pick a hair color that complements your silver jewelry. You could also choose a warm hair color if your jewelry is gold.

If you’re wondering how to choose the right hair color, you may have heard that the golden rule is to pick a shade that’s opposite of your skin tone, but that is not aThe color blonde appeals to many women, but not all complexions suit it. However, professional advice should be sought to find a color that will boost your confidence while also respecting your complexion.

For Fair Skin With Neutral Undertones

Given the popularity of the shade and just how well it blends with fair skin, blonde may seem like an obvious choice for people with fair skin and neutral undertones. Expert hair colorists in Dubai, however, say that it all comes down to choosing the right shade of the classic color. Blondes with platinum undertones should be bold, but avoid having too much blue in them.

Experts suggest a complimentary champagne beige shade for a “slightly softer” yet still statement-making blonde. Due to its fine balance of cool and warm, it will look soft and flattering. Alternatively, you might choose a very deep brown that will be feminine but with a strong edge.

For Medium Skin With Cool Undertones

With a medium complexion, you can experiment with almost any color. Try not to go to extremes. Brunettes should stick to a natural medium to light brown, like walnut. For blondes, look for sand, wheat, and beige to complement your skin tone and still look natural. Taylor Swift is a great example of medium skin with cool undertones. She also has very cool blue eyes that work well with this ashy natural blond. And when it comes to red, you’ll want to stick with something in the medium auburn family or a cinnamon tone.

For Olive Skin With Cool Undertones

For olive skin, living in a more brunette family is preferable, and adding in a subtle highlight can really help to add dimension and open up a look. I wouldn’t really venture into blond too much here, though I think keeping a darker base with hints of caramel or a honey blond can add incredible texture. Reddish browns like chestnut, autumn, and cinnamon also look great with this skin tone.

If you want a darker hue, stick with warmer blacks like mocha, which can help cancel out any underlying pinkish tones and smooth the appearance of the skin. The dark, cool brown hair works amazingly with olive skin tones. Hazel eyes not only complement their skin color and hair color, but they also keep her looking dramatic rather than harsh or extreme. Looking for a new cut to go with your color? Find the ones that suit you the best at Rami Jabali hair salon Dubai.

For deep skin with cool undertones

Inky black looks its best on deep, cool complexions. Due to the color and light-catching effect, this skin tone has a lot of depth. What are some other hues you might want to consider? What about espresso, blue-black, and deep violet shades, and if they’re brown, blue-red, or platinum blonde, choose cool hues.

Simple color tricks can bring out the richness of a deep, warm complexion. Thinking of going blonde? Stick to caramels and toffees. The natural radiance of brunettes is enhanced by maple and mahogany tones. In addition, if you’re going dark, warm blacks work best. The best red for redheads is a blue-red, regardless of how contradictory it may seem. By doing so, it will enhance the warmth of the painting while balancing the underlying tones.

Conclusion:

Though you can always consult with hair color masters in Dubai but above mentioned are all the hacks in Rami Jabali’s hair book of colors. Now, decide for yourself because it’s always good to explore the options. But when hit with confusion book an appointment and get your hair coloring options straight.