Type I - Light Skin - pale white; blonde
Type II - Fair skin - white; fair; blonde
Type III - Medium skin - cream white; wheatish
Type IV - Tan brown skin - dark brown
Type V - Black brown skin - deeply pigmented dark brown to darkest brown
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1. Pinkish Plum
Type V - Leave more of black strands with shades of plum and brown
Blonde hair color is diverse. So, the question is which blonde shades are appropriate for women with different skin tones? Icy blonde is the color that makes pale skinned beauties stand out. Gwen Stefani is the best example for pale-skinned celebrities with whiter shades of blonde. When it comes to blonde, you can opt for ombre, somber or highlights- the options are limitless.
3. Dark Red
Type V - The darker the skin tone, the more blue red you should go
4. Granny Hair
Type III - Go more dramatic with bright silver tones
Type V - Dark gray strands
If you have been waiting for the blue hair color trend for 2017 then you are in the right place to find out the gorgeous tones of blue for your dark locks. Shades of blue grab attention at the first sight and make you look unique. Instead of the full ink blue or blue-black hair color, women can also choose dark blue ombre hair colors for their brunette strands. This trick works well, especially with long hair. Keep the top part in your natural black shade and dye only the tips into a dark blue tone. It will change your overall look.
Type IV - Go half-half, leave the half section as natural black and another half of dark blue ombre.
Type V - Go for dark blue
How To Maintain Your Hair Color:
- Shampoo as infrequently as possible.
- Avoid harsh shampoos.
- Have your stylist use only quality, conditioning hair colors.
- Red dye is more susceptible to color loss.
- After coloring, wait two days before shampooing.
- Condition every time you shampoo.
- Avoid sulfates.
- Apply a hot-oil treatment to add sheen.
- Maintain a healthy diet.
- Use less heat on your hair.
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