Colouring your hair can be a pretty scary experience especially if it's your first time. Women often worry about their hair turning green or not suiting them, these however are worries pretty easily avoided by sticking to the how to steps on colouring your hair fabulous.
Women all over the world are colouring their hair for all different reasons, some colour to cover grey's as they age whilst others choose to colour their hair as a fashion statement or to brighten up their natural colour! Here at look fabulous we will help you figure out what hair colour suits your skin tone plus give you tons of hair colour ideas for 2011.
Understanding Hair Colours
Hair colours are a lot more complex then just thinking of them as a simple light brown or dark blonde. All hair colours have an undertone which makes it appear a warm or cool colour, it's important to understand and know about the tone of your own hair if you're choosing to colour it yourself.
Hair Colours to Suit Skin Tones
Whether you have warm or cool, olive, fair or dark there will be certain hair colours that will suit you a lot better than others. Here you can learn about what colours best suit you, changing a wrong colour to a right even if its just a matter of two shades lighter or darker will brighten up your complexion and give you a much healthier appearance.
Types of Hair Dyes
Most commonly used are semi-permanent and permanent hair colours, but how do you know which one is best suited to you? Bleach is used to lift hair but can be very damaging, here we will help you learn how to use bleach safely causing minimal breakage and maintaining a healthy shine!
Colouring Hair at Home
Colouring your hair at home may have been messy, stressful and often left you with undesired results. Use these tips to make colouring your hair at home a simple, enjoyable experience with minimal mess!
When its Best Left to the Professionals
Sometimes you may think it's a good idea to save money and attempt to colour your hair yourself but it's not always the case. Hair becomes easily damaged from styling products and colouring especially when bleached. If you colour your hair a lot it's possible it's been over processed and consulting a stylist before you do any more damage is sometimes necessary.
Hair Colour Ideas
Dying to find out what's the 'IN' colour for this season? Find out which celebs will be pulling off a sexy brunette or playful blonde this year along with lots of ideas for you give a try.
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