Choosing the right hair tone can be quite challenging sometimes. There are a lot of colour options and at least few distinctive options will look great with all skin tones. While it is essential to determine the base colour, such as red of blond, once the colour has been determined, the next task of finding the right type of colour and shade is the challenge.
There are a number of blonds in varying the types and shades, such as golden blond, platinum, and ash blond, and there are also a number of shades and kinds in every potential hair tone available.
By using a colour chart, you can find it easier to choose the best hair colour and avoid the accidental copper, green, or other hair tones which result from erroneous colour match. Here are some tips on choosing the right hair colour through colour chart.
Color Charts at the Salon
When you use colour charts at salon, you can ask the salon for colour chart just before you have them dye your hair. Try to look for the best options of the available swaths of colour. It is very important to look at the veins in your arm so as to decide your skin tone. If your veins are green, your skin tone is warm. Your skin tone is cool if your veins are blue.
As usual, it is always important to look for hair colours which match the colour of your skin. People who have cool skin tones ought to avoid copper or red colour, while those who have warm skin tones ought to avoid blue toned colours or platinum blonds.