The gamut of brown can be called almost all shades in which both warm and cold come across. Choose a tone, focus on your color type – eye color and skin tone. Cold shades of brown: coffee, dark chestnut, ash or black-brown. The owner of dark olive skin will look more harmonious shades of cinnamon, mahogany and bronze.
Brown is one of the most natural, so it goes for almost everyone. Problems can arise only if the shade is incorrectly selected. So, women after 45-50 years old are better off avoiding cold tones of brown with ashy shimmer, as well as violet-brown tones and copper tones.
Shades of mahogany, as well as a dark wine palette, are the perfect choice for owners of dark skin. Using these colors, you can create an interesting visual effect by “rhyming” it with the tone of clothing and makeup. Or, conversely, highlight his drama against a background of clean skin without make-up.
This gourmet shade, reminiscent of milk toffee from childhood, will make it possible to play with light and experiment with light clarification. The tone is well suited both for full-color staining, and for modern mixed media, such as contouring. The meaning of this method is to preserve the natural shade of brown by adding several lighter strands to the face.
Walnut shades with a reddish tint look rich and give the hair a luxurious healthy look. Miriam Mateo especially recommends using a combination of red and brown: “Red gives your hair a radiance and makes the shade warmer. Strands of red, if properly mixed with your natural tone, help highlight and emphasize the beauty of the natural color. For example, light brown.
Light skin and brown eyes are the two main conditions for trying on a copper brown. The hue has been extremely popular the past few seasons and is not going to take positions in the coming year. If you have redness on your face, be careful with this shade: red pigment can attract attention to skin imperfections.