How to Choose The Right Hair Colorist
Updated: Jan 9, 2020
When it comes to achieving an attractive look, worthy of compliments, your professional hair colorist is an indispensable ally to help you get the perfect result.
Did you ever stop and think that most women spend more time with their hair professional than their personal physician?
Women place great value on their looks and knowing who their hair professional is and what he or she is about is essential for this is no unilateral endeavor. It behooves you to know your hair pro and make an effort to understand what this person can do for you, how well he understands you, your hair and personal lifestyle.
This would seem a rather obvious thing, yet I am afraid that in today's world we have lost touch, and the inclination to have genuine contact with people dismissing them at the flip of the finger as in a gesture over a digital screen to change a page, while overvaluing digital devices for the most important decisions. The succinct message is this: "Put your phone down and get to know your hairdresser, your head depends on it" Your professional has a wealth of information and insight on all matters of hair and your appearance outcome he wishes to communicate with you. Your hairdresser stands behind you ready to assist you, sticks with you through thick and thin and is willing to do for you more than you know, don't you think this is someone worth taking the time to know and become familiar with?
From the practical aspect your colorist will always consider 3 essential elements:
1- Your Complexion
Your skin tone is one of the most important aspects when choosing the perfect hair color for you. Choose the right color and see your skin appear even more beautiful, select the wrong hair color and your skin will look dull.
2- Your Eyes
Your colorist might opt for a contrasting color to enhance and intensify your eye color, For instance, if your eyes are blue, a caramel or golden blonde tone will make them appear even bluer. If they are green, a fiery or soft red tone is the perfect haircolor for you.
3- Personal Style
Once the haircolor has been narrowed down to suit your complexion and eye color, your personal style should be considered. You have to make sure the color you and your colorist choose is one that will make you feel beautiful and confident.