Wow, this subject is so huge I could write a 20 page paper just giving you the fine details of the matter at hand.

Let’s start with this

• Find a favorite magazine that you either like or closely relate with

When choosing a model make sure they have:

1. A hair color you like

2. similar skin tone to you

3. Close in age ( within five years)

4. Same hair texture, density and/or length

Rules of thumb

1. Never chose a color that blends with your skin or is the same level and/or shade

2. Choose a multidimensional color. This will allow you to have a blending of several tones to contrast, complement and enhance your skin color all at the same time.

3. Don’t choose a color that will make your skin look green or enhance the pink or red in your skin.

4. You need to trust your colorist. He or she will tell you the truth about how you look in your color, even if they just did it and

aren’t crazy about it.

If all of this sounds like too much of a responsibility, you are right it is. This is what you pay your stylist to do; make you over. They

should at least be able to tell you what looks good on you and what doesn’t. Color is tricky, from taking a wild shot in the dark to

just doing something because it s the latest trend. Color will affect your overall look so it’s important that you make an educated




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