It suits everyone: 5 hair color options that you can't go wrong with
Do you want to make changes, but fear and doubt stop you? Try a delicate way - dye your hair with a high-quality cosmetic product. There are shades that look like natural ones, but at the same time make facial features more expressive and strands shiny and well-groomed. Another nice bonus is that these colors are suitable for girls with any color type!
So, what coloring options can you safely choose without taking into account individual appearance features? Read in the OBOZ.UA article.
1. Honey blonde
This is a caramel-golden shade that makes the hair "more magnificent". Honey blonde looks especially interesting in the shatush technique. In short, this is a type of hair lightening, somewhat similar to California coloring or ombre, which gives a smooth and uniform transition from dark to light shades.
2. Coffee with milk (latte)
This color adds softness and tenderness to facial features. It also has a noble shine. It is universal for both blondes and brunettes. For fair-skinned people, we advise you to rely on lighter shades of latte, and for dark-skinned people - on more saturated ones. It is worth adding that ombre coloring will suit absolutely everyone.
3. Natural light brown
This is a win-win option for those who want to "refresh" their image and "rejuvenate". It looks equally organic on girls with fair and dark skin, and also accentuates brown, blue and gray eyes.
4. Chocolate brown
This "appetizing" shade adds sophistication to the image. There is one more trick! If you want to walk around without makeup, chocolate brown strands will slightly tint the color of your eyes and face, which will emphasize your natural beauty. If you get tired of monochromatic coloring, try to diversify it with coloring, balayage or bronzing.
This is a great idea for girls who find it difficult to decide on a specific shade (lighter or darker). Use several or even many dyes: from 2 to 15. This technique will visually help to add depth to the hair color and density to the strands. If you are afraid to experiment, rely on colors that are close to natural. And if you are ready for dramatic changes, add shades of dark pink, purple, etc.