Every year, we see runways and Red carpets setting different makeup trends like the bold orange lip that most of us have loved to the crazily vibrant fuchsia lips. Graphic eyeliner was one of the most tried trends, at least by me. Trends may keep changing but these trends are not just limited to fashion and makeup or the hairstyle. Hair coloring too has become a key trend even though it has been here since quite a few years now. We simply can’t miss our celebs flaunting their mesmerizing colored or highlighted hair.
Hair coloring changes your entire look instantly which is why chances are faint to ignore this growing trend. Every season, new shades will come in trend but the thing is that they may not be for everyone. So, what exactly you need to take care of or what points are to be taken into consideration. You simply can’t go for hair color that will garner you odd looks where ever you go. You really don’t want to be a living fashion disaster.
Let me tell you a short incident, back in my college days, I had this craze of dying my hair in some reddish brown color. Really don’t have any idea why I loved that hue at that time.
Trial 1: They were red but not too much, I have dark brown hair so, may be the color needs to show up with one more trial
Trial 2: It was there but not the kind I visualized. Really?
Trial 3: even before, I could see what I had ended up with, everyone around me started asking me, why I have dyed my hair red.
Gosh! It was embarrassing. I then went back to my natural dark brown.
Phew! Lesson learnt!
So, how exactly should you choose a color that suits you? To color your entire hair, more subtle shades like mahogany, dark brown, honey, rich brown, chestnut etc. would suit Indian hair though for highlights the choice can be bolder shades.
Hair makeover experts says “Girls with fair complexion can go with brown red, sun-gold streaks or brownish blonde highlights even bluish fuchsia would do the job provided you can carry that well. People with wheatish complexion can opt for shades like chocolate, copper brown, khaki brown and honey blonde. Those with dusky complexion can try for coffee, caramel, charcoal grey or mahogany”
I will be soon trying out L’Oréal Paris Casting Crème Gloss hair colour in Praline Brown. Stay tuned will show you how it looks on my current dark brown hair and overall experience with the product even though I have used the brand in the past. It’s always exciting to try out new shades (with new shades, I don’t mean dying my hair red at all) from a brand that I have used and trust.