I want to start off by saying thank you to everyone. Your comments are truly wonderful, and your support has really made our blog grow so much. It is a pleasure to write this every week. Today’s topic is finding make-up colors to match your hair color. If you recently changed your hair color and aren’t sure if the make-up your using goes well, we will reassure you what colors will look best with your new look.
1.Dark Brown. For women with dark brown hair, bolder colors tend to really bring out your natural features and enhance your hair color. For eye shadows, try metallic colors, plums and burgundy. When applying your make-up, use metallic colors on your eyelids paired with a black liner and a few coats of black mascara. It will really bring out your eyes and make them pop. On your cheeks, use a bronzer with a bit of gold into it. It will give your skin a nice glow, and add color to your face. And lastly on your lips go with rich reds, or burgundy’s to really bring out your hair color. Add a lip gloss over top for that extra shine.
2.Black. For women with black hair, it is best to go with a more dramatic eye, and keep the rest of your face more natural. On your eyes, use gray and navy to create a smokey eye. Line your eyelids with a charcoal gray liner on top and bottom, then lightly put a navy shadow over it. It will really make your eye color stand out. Finish your eyes with a black mascara. On your cheeks, use a light pink blush, just to add a bit of color. On your lips, use a very light pink gloss. It will add color, but not to much so that way people keep there focus on your eyes and hair.
3.Blondes. Having blonde hair, gives you a warmer all around look. To play that up, keep with the natural shades all around. On your eyes, use light browns on your lids and right under your lower lashes. Use a brown eyeliner on your top lashes, and black mascara. The brown eyeliner will really bring out the colors in the shadow, as well as the color of your eyes. For your cheeks, add a bit of color with a peachy-pink blush. And finish your look off with a warm peach or pink lip gloss that has lots of shine. It really ties the whole look together.
4.Red. Red hair is hard to enhance without going overboard. On your eyes, use a green shadow. Try to stick with medium to dark greens, like moss or forest greens. Add a reddish-brown liner on top lashes. It tones down the green just slightly to give it a beautiful look. On your cheeks, use a rosy color. It gives your that natural blush look, without making your face look red. And on your lips, nudes or pinks with hints of brown. It gives you a splash of color without doing too much.
5.Medium Brown. With medium brown hair, you can pretty much use any color pallet you would like. On your eyes, I would go with a mix of beige and grays, while using a blue liner on the top lashes. Use a medium pink blush to add radiance to your skin. Finish with a berry hue. It will give your lips a sexy look, and really makes your lips stand out against your hair.
Don’t be afraid to change up your hair color. With these make-up tips, your will have beautiful make-up to match your already beautiful hair.