The Most Flattering Hair Colors for Warm Skin Tones
Much like lipstick and foundation, your skin undertones can play an important role in helping you determine your ideal hair color. If you have a naturally warm skin tone, you’ll want to keep your hair in the same color family so the tones can work together to give your complexion a natural glow. Rich, warm colors will work best to complement your skin tone, while cooler shades may clash with your natural color palette.
Adding dimension to darker brunette shades with subtle copper highlights will help add warmth in a way that complements your skin tone. Deep, single-toned shades have the potential to wash you out.
As tempting as it may be to jump on the icy blonde color trend, if blonde is your hair color of choice, you’ll want to stay away from ashy and platinum tones. Lean towards golden shades that have a more golden undertones rather than gray.
Rich brown shades reminiscent of dark chocolate bring a flattering warmth to darker hair colors.
A perfect strawberry blonde will combine the best shades from both blonde and red to create a hue that dazzles when paired with a warm skin tone.
Brown to Red Ombre
Fading from brown to red creates an undeniable glow that complements warm skin tones.
Balayage helps give blonde hair warm undertones so it doesn't lean towards a platinum shade that's too cool for warmer skin tones.
Face-Framing Gold Highlights
Highlights around the face will help warm up darker hair colors and create a flattering frame around your face.
Darker hues of red will add the warmth you want without being too harsh or bold.
Honey blonde pulls out the lighter tones from a brown base that give you that sun-kissed look.
Using balayage to mix different shades of rich red color helps add dimension and warmth.