Strong and intense hair colour is nice and lovely when you are in your 20s, yet will make you look older when you are in the middle age.
Beauty experts say that as we mature, we lose the pigment in our skin thus our skin color changes. To take years off, the key is to lighten up your hair color It is wise to determine the right shade for you. If you like it red, do not pick a fiery red, go for a more auburn tone instead. A chocolate brown can make you look younger too. For women who likes it blonde, a honey blond is advised and never a platinum blonde.
If you would like to maintain the hair colour when you were younger, low lights or highlights can do wonders. According to beauty specialists, blonde is the most youthful colour you can go as it fits and sits well to any skin for as long as it is applied correctly.
To get the right hair tone next to your skin will definitely knock years off your age. When covering up grey hair, it is necessary to keep the base neutral then warm up with elegant set of mixed high lights
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