The Best Blonde Colour For Me!
Get The Best Blonde Hair Colours At Anthony James Hair Salon In Halifax
There is a multitude of blonde hair colours out there so how do you choose the right blonde hair shade for you? Warm or cool blondes range from Ice Blonde, Baby Blonde, Strawberry Blonde, Caramel Blonde to Buttercream Blonde... the list goes on and on. And blonde tones go from white and yellow to red, orange, brown and rose.
Your eye and skin tone will determine whether you can have or are a warm or cool blonde. It is always best to seek advice from a professional hairdresser. For instance, people describe their hair as a mousy brown.
But in the professional hairdressing world, mousy brown is dark blonde. It is where people go wrong when buying a home dye. They think they are mousy brown, so they buy a brown, and whoops, it's too dark.
So be careful and ask the blonde colour experts at Halifax's top hair salon who can make sure you end up with a beautiful blonde that suits you.
Are You A Warm Or A Cool Blonde?
In considering whether you want to be a warm or cool blonde, first things first - find out which tone of skin you are. Are you a warm or a cool tone?
Check the colour of your veins on your wrist - if they are blue/purple, you have a cool undertone; green, you have a warm undertone, and if you have a mixture of colours, happy days, you are neutral, meaning you have even more choice when it comes to blondes.
If you are unsure about the colour in your veins, you can wear something white in a natural light room. Look in the mirror to see whether your skin looks golden (warm) or rosy (cool).
If your skin is on the pale side, you should be looking at ash blondes, beige blondes, and baby blondes in warm tones. Those with yellow and golden toned skin should try beautiful caramels, golden and buttery blonde shades to flatter your skin tone.
What's The Best Blonde For My Eye Colour?
If you have blue eyes, you can make your eyes look more dramatic or pronounced by going for cooler blondse, like champagne, ivory, or a rose-beige.
Brown-eyed girls and guys suit butterscotch and ash blondes or even a salt-and-pepper look, a mixture of silver and silver-white.
With hazel eyes, you want to avoid super-light or super-dark tones, while those with green eyes should stick to tones like beige, champagne or honey blondes.