Want to try a new, spring look? Try dyeing your hair green. This fashionable trend is of interest to many, not only girls, but also boys. Green hair dye – UNITONES is a novelty of the last year.
It is not necessary to dye the entire head in one tone, modern fashion allows for partial dyeing. You can combine several different colors and shades in one hairstyle, or pair natural-toned hair with shades of green. Everything is decided by your imagination. But do not forget that such bright combinations should be suitable for your type, clothes and makeup.
Choose the ombre technique, i.e. smooth transition of colors, if you want to partially maintain your hair color. You can choose another option for partial coloring – coloring, while individual strands are painted.
Do not forget that the same color will look completely different on different hairs. You will not be able to get the result “as in the picture” if you do not take into account the peculiarities of your appearance. Consider your type when choosing a shade.
Choosing a shade according to the natural hair color
Modern paints can dye any hair in the desired color, the only question is whether it will suit you. When choosing the right shade, pay attention to the following rules:
- Warm tones of green work best with warm tones of natural hair. For example, for coloring it is better to choose shades of gentle green with a slight yellowish tint.
- Pastel shades of green are suitable for blonde hair.
- Light green and emerald tones are suitable for golden hair.
- Rich tones of green are suitable for people with dark hair. But dark hair should be lightened before dyeing.
- Green, mint shades are suitable for ash hair.
Combination of tones
Do not forget that when you change your usual look, you will need to change both your usual clothing style and makeup. What matches your natural hair color may not match your new, green hair at all. It is important that hair, makeup and clothes do not merge with each other, do not “absorb” each other visually. Better to use a contrast method. It always works.
To make the green tone “play” with all the colors, combine it correctly with other colors. Delicate foliage and grass looks great with reds and oranges.
Shades of green go well with the following tones and shades: