COVID-19 is casting an air of uncertainty on Ramadan as well as the upcoming Eid celebrations. But that doesn't mean you can't brighten up the mood with a spanking new hair colour!
You can still plan for house-visiting as long as the number of people in the house is less than 10 so if you're looking for a reason to refresh your hair colour. Liven up the spirits with these 10 colour inspiration ideas.
Mocha brown isn't the most exciting but it sure is a glorious combo with tanned skin.
The cool brown shade gives a nice contrast for tanned skin as it gives your complexion a brighter glow.
Pair it with natural curls and you will look simply stunning.
If your skin tone is a little warmer, you can consider trying warmer shades of brown such as brown with a hint of auburn or burgundy in it.
It looks particularly stunning on warm skin as it makes yellow undertones look creamier!
The best part about this colour is the budget required; as this is a single-tone hair colour, you don't have to spend a fortune on it. In fact, there are a number of top hair salons offering this hair colour at less than $100 for all hair lengths. What a bargain!
If your budget is a little higher, we would highly recommend you to go for blonde highlights.
Adding blonde highlights to a darker base emphasizes the colour of your eyes and gives your hair that gorgeous dimension to uplift your overall look.
You can choose to go for thinner highlights or thicker balayage highlights that are more obvious depending on the vibe you are intending to achieve.
The placement of the highlights is crucial particularly for ladies with natural curls. If placed correctly, the highlights can bring the best out from the gorgeous springy 3A / 3B curls.
Wondering what kind of curls you have? Check out this article we wrote about the 7 most common types of natural curls and waves!
The other hair technique that works really well on tanned skin is Brown Balayage Ombre.
The gradual tone change from dark to lighter browns at the ends of the hair helps bring attention to your beautiful tanned skin.
Sick of the straightforward brown?
Adding a hint of Magenta can make the brown pop while still not being too bright that it darkens your complexion.
If you prefer to go full on purple, consider colouring different sections of hair with different tones of purple.
That adds a sheen of sophistication that will get you lots of hearts on your iG!
If your skin tone is a little cooler, you can always go for ash purple for a romantic and contemporary feel
If you're a fan of pink and love to dress up, you'd be glad to find that pink is actually a possible option for tanned ladies as well.
The richer vibrant pink actually makes your face glows though you may have to put on quite a bit of makeup to balance out the entire look.
If you are aiming for a more feminine look, consider rose pink highlights.
It is feminine without being too out there!
Silver hair on tan skin looks really wonderful particularly if your skin has an olive undertone.
You do however have to put on quite a bit of makeup to avoid your face looking a little "washed-out" by the grey silver colour.
If you're not the type to go out with makeup everyday, you can instead opt for grey highlights.
Colour the base brown and highlights a couple of strands ash and you may just be amazed by how beautiful it looks.
If you're interested, check out how Ravissant Hair Studio transformed Agent N's hair.