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WHEN GREY IS GORGEOS
While grey hair is perfectly acceptable to some women, signaling  wisdom, maturity  and confidence...These grey strands could be a big question for others... Whether you decide to put up a fight or let nature take its course, here are a few tips you should know about going gray. When you wear gray well,  you are unforgettable. If you play it wrong, you risk looking like a  matron. Would you consider being gray or not? Here's what you need to know to decide.



Nature does a beautiful job in coordinating one’s hair, eyes and complexion. When coloring the hair  -   better to stay as close as possible to your own natural color. The mature woman who dyes her hair must choose a shade or two lighter than her original color. Other wise  it can be aging and look unnatural.


 

Hair color gray/ash/platinum are cool shades. They   complement and enhance only a cool  undertone of the skin. Women with cool undertone of skin - Summers and Winters look fabulous wearing grey! 


 

Winters

         Cool undertone of skin

         Natural coloring is vivid, sharp, contrasting

         Natural hair colors :  black,  medium to dark ash -brown, bluish- black

         Remember to stay with the right range of  value of  your natural coloring

         Winters do not  need to color gray

        Avoid red, gold, bronzy highlights

 

Summers

         Cool undertone of the skin

         Natural coloring is soft, refined, powdered

         Natural hair colors: ash-blond, ash-brown,  taupe-blond, taupe, without any yellow

         Remember to stay with the right range of  value of  your natural coloring

         Avoid any yellow tones for hair color 

               

 Springs

         Warm  undertone of the skin. Natural coloring is clear, crisp and warm, with a touch of gold. 

         Natural hair colors: golden blond  to medium brown or creamy white, with gold highlights

        Remember to stay with the right range of  value of  your natural coloring

         Springs should cover gray and   avoid ash-gray tones for hair color

   

 Autumns

         Warm undertone of the skin

         Natural coloring is spicy, rich, earthy

         Natural hair colors: red-brown, dark  brown,  warm brown,  warm beige, auburn, copper,  with red tones for highlights.

        Remember to stay with the right range of  value of  your natural coloring

         Autumns should cover gray and   avoid ash/grey tones for hair color



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