|Saif Ali Khan asks: |
I am planning to get my hair coloured , I have a dark complexion skin so which colour would suit my skin tone the best ?
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Warm tones tend to suit darker complexions best, so caramels, toffee, chestnut, honey, beiges and blondes as highlights or balayage technique I think would be perfect. ...More >
|Stacey asks: |
I used to home dye my hair a very light blonde so that it was almost white, I then coloured it a medium blonde just to ’tone it down’. I did this for several years and once I had my baby, I found the upkeep of retouching my roots every fortnight too high maintenance on top of running around after a small child.
So I then coloured my hair a dark brown and that was that. 8 months after colouring hair dark, it’s all washed out and it had changed into a copper colour along with about 2 inches of my natural dark hair which had came through at the roots. My hair was in fairly good condition and I made the decision that I fancied going baylage cos I missed being blonde but wanted a more natural look and less maintenance.
Chose a top salon which is popular and I described how I wanted it. She put a black hair dye on the roots of my hair, left it for a while then put blonde on the rest of my hair with foils. I was slightly confused at this as I thought baylage was ’hand painted’ and didn’t use foils. Kept quiet cos I thought well she knows what she’s doing. Once washed off, it basically looked the same as it did before except my roots were darker and the copper bits were blonder. I paid the £70 and left. They uploaded pics of my hair onto social media calling it a ’shadowed root’ so I’m confused why they did this and not what I asked for? They do do baylage in their salon as I’ve seen photos of other girls getting their hair coloured the way I want it. I feel a bit disappointed that I’ve paid £70 for it to look the same, nobody has noticed it and I feel I look more dark haired than I do blonde