Much is said about cold skin and warm skin when it comes to finding the perfect hair color and you may have already heard about it, but you are not sure which team you belong to. Therefore, if you think you are cold skin and are looking for your ideal dye, here are three ways you can find out:
How do I know if I am cold skin?
- Observe the color of your veins. If they tend to blue and not green, your skin undertone is likely to cool.
- Place a silver garment or accessory at face level and then a gold one. If silver looks much better and makes your complexion look radiant, you are sure cold skin.
- Apply pink blush on one cheek and an orange or peach on the other. There is one that definitely suits you better and, if it is pink, we are talking about your skin being cold.
Hair colors for cold skin
There is a rule in the world of colorimetry that warm hair colors look good on warm skin, just like cool hair colors look good on cool skin (with their exceptions). Following the standards of the experts, these are the ones that suit you best if you belong to the cold skin camp.
Do you want a hair color that brightens your face without bleaching it? Give a try to light brown with champagne or pearl highlights to make your complexion and hair stand out to the fullest. It doesn’t have to be such a golden color, but it does have to be bright to make it look healthy.
The hair chocolate brown with a dark blue more oriented is what your cold skin needs to look impact. This dye tone is also low maintenance, it keeps your hair protected (because yes, there are advantages to wearing dark hair colors) and it suits you, whether you are light, medium or dark skin.
The famous ash blonde or ash blonde is 100% suitable for cold skin and even for those with gray hair since it manages to hide them. Before coloring it, we suggest you visit a colorist to guide you on the ash blonde that suits you best (light or dark), depending on the state of your hair. Another alternative that will impress cold skin is mushroom blonde and here we give you a taste of what it is.
For those who are looking for something redder, their favorite option is mahogany (like the color of wood), because it is a colder tone than warm and it provides a lot of definition to the face. Of course, whichever of these dyes you choose, the master tip is that you also apply it to the eyebrows (or makeup in this tone) so that there is unity on the face and hair.
Attention, lovers of fantasy colors and pastels, light pink is your new challenge to try if you have cold skin! The condition is that it is a pink more pearl than gold so that it looks good, regardless of the coloring technique you select: uniform tone, ombré, balayage, babylights and even money piece.
We are talking about the blonde that was specially designed for cold skin due to the light, freshness and youth it gives to the face. To achieve it like a Hollywood celebrity in your hair, bleaching is infinitely necessary, so you have to be willing to invest a lot of time and care if this will be your choice.