More Celebrities Wearing Their Colors
Black and Almost-Black
Black hair and dark browns are classic colors that hold their own year in, year out. They appear fuller and shine like glass, such as worn by American actress, Constance Wu. Actress and singer Herizen Guardiola’s rounded curls are trending. Her color is one-shade and free of highlight, an almost-black hue making her curls look even fuller. Her curls’ natural dimension is good for her skin. Certain skin tones don’t need to go super black just for the hair. It’s always easy to go darker gradually than going too dark and hoping it lightens later. To keep an almost-black shade looking fresh, and not faded, stick with a sulfate-free shampoo, or for an added boost for dark brown, try a gloss.
Red is a color that looks great on every skin tone, not too warm or too cool, working with all complexions. Such as Keke Palmer’s. Lana Del Rey’s red fades fast and requires more maintenance, Using a color-safe shampoo and conditioner in between hair appointments is recommended. Ariel Winter’s redhead is fun and vibrant for those who want to level up the auburn style. Negativity towards red is losing ground soon.
Model Dilone wears the icy silver hair trend down the runway, her ashy hair totally in for 2020. The hue works on all skin tones, including ultra-fair. The look can either go light or dark, as model Jourdan Dunn did for the 2016 Met Gala. Though this is a wig, if you’re planning on a full-on dye on your dark hair, this is a low-maintenance pick because the roots are close to your natural color. Kim Kardashian loved her cool-toned version as seen on her Instagram. It looks great to keep even when roots start growing back in. For warmer skin tones, icy beige looks great.
This hue plays on blogger Michelle Madsen. It’s an all-over color with multifaceted tones and hues – the colors are dimensional but extremely subtle. The color provides movement and reflects differently throughout the entire look. Keri Russell’s brunette hair has those same subtle highlights in a different color family. The base shade is darker than her natural color, which provides a sultry contrast. Rachel Brosnahan went for an all-over blonde with a very subtle dimension, making it look like she was born with it. Her natural color, though, is dirty blonde.
It’s called ‘Chanel Color’, an updated high-contrast. Some of the hair goes darker than natural and some lighter to create contrast. This face-framing highlight style is on beauty vlogger Jamie Genevieve. It can be high maintenance, but the look kills. Chrissy Teigen’s blonde highlights brighten around her face and provide the same bold look with a lot less maintenance.
It works in any color family. It also looks stellar on curly hair, like on beauty vlogger Lisette. Hair tone can be adjusted to cool or warm depending on skin tone. The most flattering shades are when the tones are kept in the same family. Examples are: a copper base with golden highlights or rich golden brown with honey highlights.