Your Guide To Going RedBack
We hear and see a lot of blondes and brunettes, but a rich shade of red hair is undeniably gorgeous. But if you’re not naturally red and want to give it a try, it can be challenging to figure out the best red hair for your skin tone.
Get ready because your hair is about to look flaming hot…
Should I go red?
If you want to break out the hair dye and go red, the most important thing is to find the best shade of red hair for your skin tone. There are many different shades of red and not every shade suits every skin tone. Going red can bring out a lot of pink, yellow or ashy tones in your skin. Have a full consultation with their hairdresser before taking the leap and going red.”
What shade of red should I choose?
Now that you’ve decided to go red, it’s time to find the best red hair for your skin tone. Lighter and fairer skin tones often suit rose gold, blush, strawberry and copper tones. Medium skin tones can suit auburn and richer reds, and dark skin works well with chestnut or purple-based reds.
Eye color plays a part in the best red for your skin tone, too. Green eyes always look incredible with red hair or bright blue eyes can also look beautiful.
Your current haircut can also dictate the colors that will look best. If you have super curly hair, steer clear of bright red shades as it can look a bit much. If you have a really strong haircut, keep the colour more subtle. But if you have a really lived-in, undone vibe then you can make the colour more intense for a nice contrast.
Is there much maintenance involved?
As with any hair color, you will need take care of your red hair. Depending on your natural hair color you may need to contend with re-growth, but the biggest reason for caring for your new hue is to keep the glossy color intact. Luckily, this can mostly be done at home. To maintain the richness, brightness or tone of the red, it is best to use customized color care products. A colour-safe shampoo and conditioner is a must so that you don’t see your new red hue wash straight down your shower drain.
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