#MeetYourMatch: Hair colour for every skin tone, found!

Posted by Shifa Meerza | July 3, 2017 | Hair

Having the right hair colour makes such a big difference in how you look, which is why figuring out the best hair colour for your skin tone is so important. This may require a fair amount of trial and error. So, we at Zooty went ahead and spoke to celebrity hairstylist Vikas Marwah to guide us in selecting the right hair colour.

Wheatish – This versatile complexion can carry a wide spectrum of shades. According to Vikas, opting shades of brown, chocolate, caramels, copper and mocha will add a contrast to the complexion.  These colours also counteract any hint of ruddiness on your complexion.

Dark – the best way to pick a colour is to create a contrast between your hair colour and skin colour. Avoid using a hair colour closer to your complexion. It’s safer to play with colours like a maple brown, mahogany, toffee, and other rich warm colours. If you opt a blonde colour, mix it with hints of brown, explains Vikas.

Fair – The lighter the skin, the paler you can go with your hair colour. Vikas says “I would recommend cool shades like blonde, ash blonde, and pastel shades.” These shades complement your peachy-pink skin, casting a soft glow on your face.

So, which hair colour are you craving for now?

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