As winter approaches, your natural instinct is likely to color your hair darker. But I don’t think so.
As winter approaches, your natural instinct is likely to color your hair darker.
But I don’t think so.
In the winter, most of us would already wear a lot of black, grey or solid colors. So think about this. If you’re wearing a lot of darker colors, and your hair is dark, you may look a little dull.
Model Mariana Macki/ Color by Rogerio Cavalcante/ Haircut by Marshall Lin
‘ I don’t believe women should change hair colors as season does. Otherwise what would happen with the beautiful Scandinavians Blondes in the winters! Go Darker!? Never! ‘ Star Colorist Rogerio Cavalcante from Maria Bonita Salon
Don’t be afraid to go lighter in the winter, since you won’t get a lot of sunlight reflection off your hair during the colder seasons.
Color by David Michaud
Color by Rogerio Cavalcante
‘ During the winter season, the sun casts a pretty white and grey light. Because of this , many people think that they have to change their hair color to be darker and warmer, but in fact the opposite is true, I recommend that, during the winter, blonds go to more of an ASHY/COOL blond- even ICY ‘ Celebrity Colorist David Michaud from Frederic Fekkai Soho
Here are some things to keep in mind when coloring your hair (these are tips that go beyond the winter season)
1) When looking for the best tone for your face, turn to your eyebrows, eye color and skin color, to find something complementary.
2) If your hair is already light, don’t be afraid to go platinum blonde or a cooler blonde.
3) Trust your hairstylist and colorist. Spend time to chat with them, so that you can make sure all of you are on the same page.