The engagement of hairstyle colors in hairdressing adds that extra special element of “Wow Factor” to the chosen hairstyle colors. Colour can bring life to the hair in a way like no other.
The use of such additional hair treatment can help bring out the skin shading of an individual as well as increased desire.
Red hair is the rarest natural hair color. This is the color that breathes fire, much like the Phoenix and is also commonly associated with all things hot. This fiery color can give a glow to any skin complexion and boost the confidence of the wearer almost instantly.
Blonde hair can bring out the Midas touch and breathe a breath of fresh air into a brand new look. It is one of the most different natural hair shades and comes with it a sense of mystery and purity. This color spiced up with highlights and lowlights is very captivating too. This very same shade has helped give fame to the legendary Marilyn Monroe and also Madonna.
Brown hair is standard color and has many natural shades. This is common, yes, but for good reason, this shade generates a feeling of warmth. The middle ground of hair color and as with blonde hair, highlights and lowlights will enhance this look.
Black hair is the most common hair
Hair colour tends to be more striking in a person when the colour is more un-natural for their birth race. An example of this would be; if an Italian had blonde or light brown hair, with their Italian features, they could be seen as a rarity. Another appealing extreme is the midnight blues and dark reds, these colours ooze confidence, especially when combined with a cutting-edge hairstyle.
Streaking the hair can be very bold in statement and benefits well from well-picked colours. This tradition stems from the punk era, an era which has evolved and has since found a place on the catwalk with such styles being recreated on models by elite stylists.
Experimenting with colour is not only good for the stylist and their creativity but the client as well, as such changes can help raise a client’s self-esteem.
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