One very effective way of changing the way you look is to get your hair dyed. However, after having decided dying your hair, another issue to ponder over would be which of the color hair dyes would be best suited for your skin? For getting an answer to the question that we just raised, you would have to first understand about the various kinds of skin tones. Then accordingly find out as to which of the category of skin tones you belong to.
The three major categories of skin tones would be:
Among the skin mentioned above tones, it is only the neutral skin tone for which almost any kind of hair dye be it a honey blonde hair dye, or a golden hair dye or even the brown and many other such shades of hair dyes will match. However, if you fall into the category of the two different kinds of skin tones, then you must realize which of them is yours. Accordingly, you can choose a color for yourself.
Like for example if you fall into the category of cool skin tone, then your complexion will be high lightened when you are wearing a baby blue attire. Or a white attire, similarly if you are on the other side. Which means that if you fall into the category of warm skin tone. Then more rusty colored wear or cream will highlight the complexion of your skin. One other way of finding out which color will suit you the best is by going for a hair dye which is a shade lighter or a shade darker than your eyebrows, as it is said that the color of your eyebrows is what compliments your complexion well. Hence if suppose you are going for a honey blonde hair dye, be sure to match the shade of this dye with the color of your eyebrows so that you are not in a loop later.
Honey blonde hair dye among all is one of the most preferred hair dyes, and that is because its shades and styles are such that it will suit almost every kind of hairdo, but the trick is to understand which type of look or hair coloring factor will suit you the best. Also one other factor to remember is that going to the kind of honey blonde hair color will also depend on the maintenance factor, as not many of us find time out of our fixed daily schedule to go to a parlor or for that matter take care of maintaining the hair colour at home itself, as there is no point getting a honey blonde hair dye done for your hair, but not keeping it, especially when that kind of hair dye dies to need some real good maintenance work on them. Hence if you are in a parlor, ask your hairstylist everything. Like how much of your time is required to maintain the hairstyle. And what are the precautions you should take and the likes?