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Two tone color can be a great look for several reasons. Not only is it more unique than just a single color, but it also adds depth to a hair style. It is also is also a great look for thinning hair because it can make the hair seem automatically thicker.

Rule #1: Staying Within Your Natural Color Range

If you have dark hair and want to go lighter – go for it! Just remember that your hair will look better if you stay within 3 or 4 shades of your natural hair color rather than grabbing the peroxide and going for white blonde.

For fair hair going darker, the same rules apply. Any color too far away from your natural tone will simply look odd.

We are a team of qualified hair and beauty professionals based in Tampa Bay and have become well known as a specialist hair and beauty salon.

 

Rule #2: Matching With Your Skin Tone

There are two basic types of skin tones – warm and cool.

People with warm skin have yellow or golden undertones and look good in gold jewelry. An easy way to tell if you have a warm tone is to see if the veins on the inside of your arms are tinged with green.

Cool skin has pinkish based or blue undertones and looks fabulous in silver jewelry, and will have blue tinged veins.

 

Skin Tone Hair Color Matches

Warm

  • Gold
  • Honey
  • Caramel
  • Copper
  • Red
  • Mahogany
  • Strawberry blonde
  • Chocolate
  • Ginger
  • Orange based reds
  • Dark browns
  • Rust

Cool

  • Platinum
  • Ash-blonde
  • Cream
  • Sandy
  • Coffee
  • Jet black
  • Fawn
  • Mid-level blondes
  • Flat browns
  • Wine
  • Mahogany
  • Burgundy