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Hair Colour Tips & How to Correct Bad Hair Mistakes Best Color Shades For Specific Skin Types by Kacy Carr





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We've all experienced the bad hair day thing, but how many of you have made that all time bad hair mistake where you just want to curl up and die. At least with the bad hair day thing the problem is usually sorted within a couple of hours, but, the bad hair mistake, let's say it includes dyeing your hair another colour like platinum blonde just because your favourite celebrity has dyed theirs, then it can for some, have a pretty serious affect on how you look. Hairstyles can also do the same if not suited to the shape of your face.

Just because Lady Gaga, or Lily Allen, or whoever else's hair colour made them look fabulous does not mean it will do the same for you. Another common bad hair mistake is when girls go blonde because they heard those with yellow hair supposedly have more fun, yeah but remember, supposedly looked upon as dumb too.

When choosing what colour to dye your hair your skin type should be considered first. You may bet most pop and film stars have an expert hair stylist to advise them beforehand as to what is best matched to their skin tone. If you know what colour is going to best suit you then there is no chance of you ever having to leave any hairdresser's salon holding back tears because you never did your homework.

How to avoid picking the wrong hair colour

Choosing a new hair colour isn't like working with a paint palette where you select and off you go. You need to work with your natural skin tone. There are four main complexions: dark, olive, porcelain and peaches & cream which have plenty of pink tones in it.

If you are ready for change and decided to go darker then "olive" skin is the most versatile and can take rich chestnut browns, but if you are the peaches and cream sort then ignore these colours, as they'll redden the cheeks more. Harsh reds can look fabulous on porcelain skin; you only have to look at big named celebrities like Florence Welch, Paloma Faith and Nicola Roberts from Girls Aloud, the famous girl band which X Factor judge Cheryl Cole was part of, and, who we saw this week with a new tint of red in her hair, who said red wasn't sexy.

Unfortunately many young girls tend to make the mistake of thinking a rich red or brown will suit them, but these shades on certain people can appear dull and unnatural. Plum type browns and mahogany is best matched to women with dark skin. Be wary if you want to go that shade lighter as it can show unnatural.

Be cautious about the porcelain skin type. Opt for cool, ashy blondes, because yellowish shades against this skin tone can make a woman look brassy. For ladies with olive or peaches and cream skin, go caramel or golden blonde. Avoid hair colours like ashy and champagne because they tend to make the skin look drab.

The right hair colour will make your eyes sparkle and your skin look radiant.

Hair colour tips

Stick to colours that compliment your skin tone, figure out if you're better off with single-process colour or highlights.

If you was fair haired as a child then you'll likely look good with blonde hair as a grown-up.

Bottle blondes should never colour their hair more than 2 shades lighter than their natural shade.

If your skin is truly pale and you have brown hair, consider going lighter. Dark strong shades can wash you out and put years on you.

Anyone can go red as long as it is the right shade of red. To get it right make an appointment with a professional who will advise. The amount of women that dye their hair red and it comes out orange is quite high, so it makes sense to talk to an expert.

Color or highlight, if you have a great base hair tone go with highlights. If the base colour drains your skin tone then look towards single-process colour. It also works out cheaper than having highlights.

Highlights look fabulous with at least two different shades. Ask the hairdresser if getting it done in the salon for more around your face, it will brighten your complexion making it look fresh and healthy. Treat yourself and ask the stylist to pamper your hair using a gloss treatment following your colour. Gloss further boosts colour and makes hair shinier and looking full of health. Remember to touch up the roots every four to eight weeks and about two or three months for particular highlights.

If you want to keep things straight forward and simple then choose a semipermanent hair colour as it will wash out after a few shampoos, whereas a permanent colour has to grow out and can look messy if you haven't the time to touch up root growth.

If colouring your hair at home rub Vaseline around your hairline as a protective measure before applying the hair colorant. Clean away the Vaseline using cream cleanser. If you have an accident and the skin is stained, remove the stain with an alcohol-based toner.

Grey hair can cause problems if you want to dye it. It can be resilient to hair dye because of its coarse texture. If your hair is less than 15 percent grey, then it may be best to try a semi-permanent colour that is a shade lighter than your natural colour (or goes in harmony with the existing shade).

If you are not happy with the final result after the colour has been applied, not to panic as there are lots of things you can do to get it to look the way you want. If a semi-permanent colour was used, treat with a shampoo containing "ammonium laurel sulfate" to wash away the unwanted colour quicker. How to correct bad hair mistakes need not apply if you get it right in the first place.

Worst hair colours for different skin tones

Porcelain skin (pale): Golden, caramel blondes and strong deep shades.

Peaches & Cream: Rich reds or chestnut browns these make the cheeks appear redder.

Olive skin: Ashy, champagne blondes pale colours as such can make the skin look jaundiced.

Dark skin: No matter what make up or style of dress you wear will not make blonde hair up against dark skin look natural. However if you have the personality, it can make a bold statement.

If money is tight and you cannot afford the prices they charge to have your hair coloured in a hairdressing salon, or you can't find the time to travel to the stylist, then home-colour kits have come a long way in the past few years. Great hair colouring kits to consider are, L'Oreal Natural Match Hair Color or Clairol Nice and Easy. Either one will give you a great finish (the colour you want).

It's good to have healthy hair but even better when you have healthy skin too

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