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Best Hair Color Choices For You

Best hair color choice whether you’re blonde, brunette or a redhead, Jet Rhys of Jet Rhys Salon in San Diego, CA helps you find your best hair color.

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Best Hair Color Choices Blonde: If you’re a light blonde, look for best hair color keywords like ‘vanilla’ or ‘butter.’ If you’re medium blonde, choose your best hair colors like ‘butterscotch,’ ‘honey’ and ‘wheat,’ while dark blondes should stick to wet sand tones as a best hair color. Rhys prefers Clairol Hydrience

Best Hair Color Choices Red: If your natural hair color is the shade of a copper penny, your best hair color is to pick a medium red tone, which won’t leave you too dark. If you’re covering blonde or gray, buy a box that reads copper, ‘strawberry,’ ‘amber’ or ‘topaz’ and stay away from ‘mahogany,’ ‘cherry’ or ‘crimson,’ which will leave you with best hair color in the orange or blue/purple family. Rhys recommends L’Oreal Natural Match for redheads.

Best Hair Color Choices Brunette: Browns are the safest and most flexible best hair color for young people. However, you run the risk of going too dark or too red. Avoid overly dark shades, which use burgundy as the prominent hue. Revlon High Dimension is a great best hair color choice because it’s a cream-based gel, which adds translucency and natural-looking high lights.

Have auburn hair like Julianne Moore? You’re best hair colors are a darker red (no blue!), with the same tone as a light brunette.

Article courtesy of Harris Publications

For more great hair color ideas check out our Pinterest Hair Coloring Ideas Board and don’t miss our complete guide to hair coloring for more in-depth information.


1 Comment »

  1. Hey,
    say if I have medium brown hair, but had that all my life, and want highlights. What do you suggest?
    Please help. School starts soon.

    Comment by Rebecca — August 14, 2009 @ 7:21 pm

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