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    How to Find the Right Hair Color

    “Find the Right Hair Color”Want to follow in the stars footsteps? Here are tips on finding the right hair color that is just right for you without tears.

    1. Take a test drive, The easiest way is to try a wig or a virtual hairstyle makeover, until you find a hair color that suits you well, If a hair color scares you, then you shouldn’t follow through. Or if you even have slight doubts, begin with lowlights and work your way into it.
    2. Talk to a Professional. A professional coloroist will get you the best hair color for your skin tone and color result. Always talk to your hairdresser/colorist to see what they recommend. Some people tend to rely on their friends’ and families’ ideas, which is never really the best.
    3. Style with the seasons. Brunette is always a nice hair color in the winter when hair is naturally darker anyway. The darker hair color tones can give a bit more strength and edge to your look, which after summer’s many natural beach-y looks can be a nice change.

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    1. War stories yes!! One time my Girlfriend and I thought we were a little bored and decided to color one another’s hair with some semi-permanent hair color. We thought what would that hurt. Wear it for a few weeks and your own color would be back in no time. Wrong!! We accidently used PERMANENT Hair Color and mine was bright red and hers’ was so Black it had a Blue hue to it under the bright lights. We laughed so hard till we had tears coming down our face. Did I mention we were in the “Hair Business” at that time!! A story I will never forget…….

      Comment by Pamela — August 31, 2009 @ 8:22 pm

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