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What’s The Best Hair Color For Your Skin: INFOGRAPHIC

Stressing out about what the best hair color to match your skin tone is? Don’t worry – we’ve got you covered.

There’s so much information out there about skin tones – what kind of skin tone you have, how to tell, what classifications you fall under, what that really means for your hair, what that really means for you

Well, it’s enough to make you want to tear your hair out.

That’s where we come in. We’re going to make skin tone and hair color simple – right here and right now.

No more confusing contradictory information. No more charts that say one thing right next to charts that say something completely different.

No more trying to figure out if you’re ‘bright’, or ‘soft’, or ‘golden’, or whatever those made up distinctions mean.

No – this time, we’re keeping things simple. We’ve got you covered – everything is broken down into 4 key categories:

Are you a winter, spring, summer, or autumn?

All the information you need to figure out which one you are is included in this awesome, super easy to reference infographic.

If you’re a winter? You’ll know. If you’re a summer? You’ll find out.

No confusing distinctions, or weird instructions, or asking you whether you have “ivory” skin. (C’mon – who knows whether they have “ivory” skin? If your skin color was really “ivory” – you’d be dead!)

Not only that – besides getting crystal clear instructions on how to find your skin tone – we’re also going to give you the hair colors that would look amazing … as well as the hair colors you should avoid at all costs.

That way, you won’t spend time, energy, and money trying out a hair color, only to discover it looks terrible and you’ve damaged your hair.

With this infographic, you’ll find out exactly what’s the best hair color for your skin tone, so you’ll never be confused about which hair color is right for you again.

5 comments… add one
  • Melanie T. November 14, 2017, 10:36 pm

    How long should continue to dye my hair? I’m 55 now and I only see a hint of gray, but I know I can’t dye it forever so I wondered what a good age to make the next change is. Looking forward to your answer. Thank you,
    Melanie Turnbaugh

  • RLP April 13, 2017, 1:22 pm

    you have made a gross error between the season of SPRING and SUMMER, mixing them completely opposite!! You should fix this because you are misguiding people on their hair color!!!

    • Eleanna April 22, 2017, 11:19 am

      I agree with this! For a moment I was confused and then I realized that the descriptions for Summer and Spring have been reversed. Spring is soft and warm, the lighter “sister” season of Autumn. Summer is soft and cool, almost like a lighter or softer kind of Winter. Not the other way round.

      • Conscious Observer August 16, 2017, 4:13 pm

        I don’t agree with your comments, because Spring is coming off of Winter, and is by nature a cooler season than Summer, and Summer is definitely the warmest of all the 4 seasons, so the descriptions provided are logical and make sense. Also, the description given for the Spring-type skins tones are fairer, and we all know that fair skinned people do not do well in Summer.

  • Veronica bermingham October 24, 2016, 10:35 am

    Hi Im 50 year young lady. I have Mt hair dyed blond but my temples are gray what colour will I use to cover gray. I was told you can’t use blond colour to cover gray and you give me advice thanks

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