Which Is The Best Hair Colour For Indian Hair?
It is important to choose the right hair colour shade for your skin tone. Here are a few pointers to keep in mind while selecting your hair colour:
1. Identify your skin tone:
It’s always best to go for a colour that complements your beautiful skin. If you turn red under the sun, then you most certainly have a cool skin tone and if you tan under the sun, you have a warm skin tone. Your hair colour can also complement your eye colour if not your skin tone.
All shades of brown, red and red highlights are natural colours that are suited for most Indian skin tones.
2. Hair colour shades for a warm skin tone:
If you have a warm skin tone, deep rich colours like dark brown or natural brown will suit you the most. If you prefer highlights go for warm golds, reds or copper.
3. Hair colour shades for a cool skin tone:
Intense browns and reds would work well for cool skin tones. You can try black brown or burgundy from the Godrej Expert Rich Crème range of hair colours. Highlight your hair with cool shades such as honey or a cool ash brown.
4. How to choose the right hair colour:
Once you decide the shade for your hair, to get the best results, use a hair colour with natural oils as it will help retain moisture in your colour treated hair and leave it looking shiny and healthy. Ammonia free hair colour is a great professional option that treats hair with utmost care.
Enriched with aloe and milk proteins, Godrej Expert Rich Crème hair colour will nourish your hair and give it long lasting colour. It comes in 5 shades so you can choose the shade that matches your skin tone best.
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