Hair Color That Suites Various Eye Colors & Skin Tones

by Brianna Thompson

Finding the perfect hair color can be a hard decision. With so many shades and colors available, it can be overwhelming to know where to start. But did you know that your eye color and skin tone can be a helpful guide in selecting a hair color that will flatter your features and enhance your natural beauty?

That's right, the right hair color can actually make your eyes pop and bring out the subtle tones in your skin. The key is to find a shade that complements your eye color, rather than competes with it.

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Here are some expert tips to help you get started:

 

Consider Your Skin Tone

Before you start thinking about your eye color, it's important to consider your skin tone. Certain hair colors work best with certain skin tones, so take a moment to evaluate whether you have warm, cool, or neutral undertones. This will help you narrow down your options and choose a hair color that will look natural and flattering. If your skin is cool, usually warmer tones or neutral tones are best to avoid being washed out. Warmer tones can go very vibrant, or even on the cooler side if you want something that stands out. 

 

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Look at Your Eye Color

Next, take a close look at your eye color. What tones do you see? Are there flecks of gold or green? Are they a deep, rich brown or a bright, clear blue? These subtle differences can make a big impact when it comes to selecting a hair color.

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Find the Right Shade

Once you have a sense of your skin tone and eye color, it's time to find the right shade of hair color. Here are some general guidelines to follow:

For blue eyes

Try warm shades like honey blonde, golden brown, or auburn. If you are going ashy, platinum tones compliment blue eyes really well These shades will bring out the blue tones in your eyes and make them look brighter.

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For green eyes

Opt for warm browns, copper, or deep reds. Ashy tones can also compliment green eyes depending on your skin tone. These shades will enhance the green in your eyes and make them appear more vibrant.

         

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For brown eyes

 Warm caramel and chocolate browns, as well as rich auburn shades, are a great choice. These shades will bring out the warmth in your eyes and make them look more intense.

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Warm browns or copper shades can highlight the green, while auburn can enhance the brown.

                    

        

 

Of course, these are just general guidelines, and there are many shades that can work with different eye colors and skin tones. It's always a good idea to consult with a professional stylist to help you find the perfect shade for your unique features. That's where we come in! Come book a consultation The Warehouse Saon for a custom color suited for you and your features! We are happy to make your hair dreams a true reality! 

 

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Summary:

Finding a hair color that compliments your eyes can be a fun and exciting process. By considering your skin tone, eye color, and the right shade of hair color, you can enhance your natural beauty and achieve a stunning new look. So go ahead and experiment with different shades, and don't be afraid to step outside of your comfort zone. You never know, you might just find your new favorite hair color!


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