an I wear an ash blond shade if I have ruddy skin tone?

An i wear an ash blond shade if i have ruddy skin tone?

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I would like to go ash blonde but I have a ruddy skin tone with rosecea.
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According to the rules of color green and red neutralize so it should help to reduce the redness. However I would make sure to go with a darkest blond to not end up looking washed out.
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I would stay away from the warmer colors and do colors with a cool base. Also here is a tip to reduce the reddness in your skin.
Rub peppermint oil around your nose before going to bed. This will help the blood to circulate and the skin to regenerate and over time will reduce the redness. lemon juice also works well, the natural acid breaks down the redness and bleach it out. Also take vitamin C regularly to boost the immune system and help the skin grow and rejuvenate more healthily.
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you should never wear ash blonde unless you like haveing a green tint to your hair
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You can always wear some face powder to tone down the ruddiness. Don't let that interfere with your choice for hair color.
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that was said by Luis Pacheco hope it helped
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If you’re a natural blonde or brunette with blue or pink undertones in your skin…You should maintain a hair colour that is cool in nature (such as a cool-looking ash blonde). Otherwise, sporting a hair colour with yellow tones will result in skin that looks green and ill. Remember, yellow and blue makes green!If you’re a natural blonde or brunette with yellow undertones in your skin…You should maintain a hair colour that is warm in nature for the same reasons as above. Nicole Richie also has a yellow skin tone, so she looks best with warm shades of brown. Hence the flawless-looking skin!For brunettes I like the Nice ‘n Easy Colour-Blend Technology Caramel Collection. They are perfect shades for the summer that will look amazing on warm, tanned skin!The only thing I’d add to this is some of us have skin tones that are in between cool and warm. I fall into this category, so I can usually pull off both warm and cool hair shades. BUT, I think it’s best to veer on the side of warmth—it’s more flattering on most people. For example, my skin looks MUCH brighter with my current honey-toned highlights than the ashy colour I was born with.
(In fact, even though I begged my colourist Joanna to just do highlights on top of my normal ashy light brown base colour, she insisted that she “warm it up” with an all-over demi-permanent underneath. And I have to admit, it DOES look better. When you mix blonde with an ashy base colour, it can sometimes look grey, which defeats the whole purpose.
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