How to choose a colored wig?
Whether you like to compliment and fulfill your appearance or want to experiment with your new look choosing the perfect hair color for your wig is difficult. Colored Wigs are becoming a mainstream choice for everyone for their versatility. Anyone can wear Color wigs without Damaging hair.
But to choose the perfect colored humn hair wigs for your next party or weekend, there are some important facts you should know about. Eye color, Skin tone, Face cuts matter the most. This article will help you with choosing the best-colored wig for yourself.
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Important Facts to check before choosing a Colored Wig:
Two shades Lighter or Two Shades Darker rule: Always try to choose a color that is close to your natural skin tone. If you choose a color that is more than two shades lighter or darker than your natural hair colors, then it could have varying results.
The easiest job is to choose a color close to your natural hair color.
Color That Enhances Your Look: Your skin color is the most important thing for choosing the wig color. As we age, our skin tone tends to fade and lose glow. So, we should always try to choose the best color that will help and enhance your look. A strong contrast between your hair and skin tone will draw more focus to your facial features.
Color That Compliments the Eye: Eyes are the most unique organs of our body that can contribute a lot to our appearance. So, choosing a color according to someone's appearance is very significant.
For people with warm eyes - golden brown, yellow-green, green-blue, turquoise, hazel with gold or brown hair color - pick a cooler-toned wig.
People with cool eyes - deep brown, black-brown, gray-blue, icy blue, dark blue, hazel with white, gray, or blue flecks, or blue gray hair color - should choose warm-toned wigs.
However, if this conflicts with the color you chose based on your skin tone, go for that color instead.
It's more important to have an overall cohesive look and not look washed out. Besides, with the right makeup, you can always make your eyes stand out.
Choosing a hair color that goes with your stage in life
As we get older, lighter hair tends to be more flattering than darker shades.
Lighter, warm shades provide a softer, more natural appearance to paler skin tones. Many people are afraid to adopt a gray or color when they age, but those shades are often the most flattering!
Another thing to keep in mind is that if you're going through chemotherapy treatments, your skin may start looking paler than usual. An easy way to compensate for that is to choose a human hair wig that is two or three shades lighter than your natural color. Wig colors like Blonde wigs are best suitable for certain age groups of women.
How to Determine Your Skin Tone?
When you choose a wig, you should choose a color tone that is the opposite of the undertones of your skin. So, if you have cool undertones, you should choose a warm-toned wig, and if you have warm skin undertones, then your wig should be a cooler tone. If you have neutral undertones, you can go either way. You should also stay within just a couple of shades, whether darker or lighter, of your natural color for the most natural and appealing look.
Color Wigs For Warm Tones:
if you prefer gold tones, then you are likely in a warm family.
Also if you have golden, olive, or dark skin and brown or dark eyes (most Latinas, Asians, and African Americans fall into this category). Look at the skin on your inner wrist, if you have a greenish hue then you also fall into the warm family.
In a warm family, you should avoid lace wigs with blue, violet, (beige), and ash-based colors which will "wash out" your skin tone. Instead, choose golden tones like caramel and bronze in a darker shade than your skin. Dark, warm browns, chestnuts, rich golden browns and auburn, warm gold and red highlights, and golden blond shades will look best on you. Any color that has a red-orange or gold base will look great on you. Try highlights with golden blondes, copper streaks, golden brown shades as a great way to add warm tones to your hair. Avoid jet-black hair which will wash you out and if you do opt for a golden shade, don't go too light.
Color Wigs For Cool tones:
If you tend to look best or are attracted more to silver jewelry, you are likely in a cool family.
The best wig colors for a cool-toned person are shiny jet blacks, cool browns, cool blondes in shades from mink to platinum, and icy white – avoid the yellow or golden blondes. Try highlights in wheat, honey, taupe, or ash shades. It is best to stick with neutral, ash, and beige bases when choosing a wig color.
People in a cool family should avoid gold, yellow, red, and bronze tones in wig color. These warm tones tend to make you look sallow and drawn.
If this is all too confusing, then we suggest standing outside in the sunlight with a mirror. Look for the glint of color in your natural hair color. If you see reds, orange, or yellows, then choose from the warm tones. If you see blue, green, or purple tones, then stick with the cool tones.
Remember, you aren't permanently dying your hair, you're just buying a wig! You can buy a new one (or re-dye it if it's a human hair wig) whenever you want. Colored wigs are trending fashion materials in the fashion world. Colored lace front wigs enable us to choose from a versatile collection of wigs, Different sizes and shades of wigs. This ensures a user can try out different types of styles and haircuts without cutting any hair. To color anyone's real hair requires certain harmful chemicals. so, colored wigs help protect hair and scalp from harmful heat and chemical damage.