Should i change the color of your hair?
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Answered by: gorgeouslook3 Student In her late teens from USA
Answered by: prostoladyElena In her 30's
Answered by: vbeauty MUA & Esthetician In her 30's from San Diego, CA
Answered by: RoryGautsche Makeup Artist In her 40's from Denver, Colorado
Answered by: BrianaEHernande... Hair Expert/Makeup Artist In her 30's from San Diego, CA
I think darker would suit you well. I would go for a medium chestnut brown to keep some warmth and help with the shock factor. You can also do a full head of lowlights for the first time so that you have an easier time getting used to it. Since you have been going lighter for so long it might take a while to get used to having darker again. I would suggest the low lighting first then you can decide weather you want to keep an array of both color or go solid. I think this is best because if you go solid then miss your blond you will have to overlap bleach which will cause dryness as well as damage. I think a multi dimensional effect would be more flattering than an all over darker brown however, because of your skin coloring and features.
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