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Hair Styling Tips: The Best Hue for You – How to Dye Your Hair Perfectly!

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Choosing the best hair color and knowing how to dye your hair perfectly can be a little tricky and frustrating. So to help you we enlisted some of the best hair color tips from a professional hair stylist so you can get that salon-perfect hue you’ve always desired! There’s more than one great way to be blonde, brunette, or silver. Scroll down and learn how to make the most out of your color with this expert guide!

Not all of us has time to immediately go to a salon and seek for help to get some ideas about how to make the most out of your color.

So if you’re looking for a change; like changing your hair color, you don’t necessarily have to head to the salon right away to seek some expert’s help to get the hair color of your dreams!

All you have to do is, scroll down and check this out!

Take a minute and learn how to make the most out of your color with this expert guide!

You Love Being Blond

Whether your golden locks are natural or you work hard at maintaining that most famous of hair colors, you’ve likely considered giving different blond intensities a whirl. But before you decide to go lighter or darker, remember the top rule of hair color change: The farther you stray from your current color, the more damaged your hair will be. Overall, pros advise remaining within two levels (the scale by which hair color is measured) in either direction. “When you go too far, the hair texture that you feel today will be gone tomorrow,” warns Gretchen Monahan, Dove Hair Care celebrity stylist and owner of Grettacole Salon, in Boston.

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Blond: Go Lighter

Before doing anything else, consider your skin tone. If you’re fair-skinned, don’t go too light to avoid looking washed out or tired. Do you have medium to dark skin with olive undertones? Then choose shades that are described as “cool.” Next, how long do you want this new color to stick around? Permanent color lasts until the next time you dye it, demipermanent color lasts about a month, and semi-permanent color lasts approximately a week.

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Go Darker

Going a bit darker usually suits most blondes more than going lighter does (a la Jennifer Aniston), so try out a semi- or demipermanent shade first before fully committing to it.

Hold On to Your Blond

Cleansing with blond-specific shampoos and their matching conditioners will help you love your color longer. (They are formulated with a gentler pH level than traditional versions.)

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You Love Being a Brunette

Often compared to espresso and chocolate, brunet has undeniable richness. But if you’ve noticed that your complexion has gotten paler over time (a sign of aging), your long-loved color can suddenly look much too dark, leaving you wanting to lighten up a little. Or you might try to recapture some of theintensity lost from too much sun and heat styling.

Remain a Brunette Longer

Just like blond hair, brown and black hair can lose its just-colored intensity with each shampoo and heat-styling session. Counteract this with products designed just for your dark locks.

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Brunette: Go Lighter

A few well-placed highlights around your face in a shade two levels lighter deliver believable dimension and are often all the lightness brunettes need. Or try one of the new permanent hair-color formulas that cater to the dark-haired.

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Read and see more of hair styling tips from Patricia Reynoso, by visiting www.more.com..

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