There are several shades and tones of blondes out there. So, which one is for you?
When it comes to selecting any shade, the first thing you will need to do is to find out which tone will match your skin best. Using a silver and a gold object, see which shades looks better on you. If the silver is the best fit for you, you should always look for a shade with “ash” or “champagne” in the name. If gold happens to look better on you, you should look for the word “warm” is your color. If either will work, you might be able to get away with a “neutral” tone which is neither too cool nor too warm.
Neutral blondes are very popular and can be easilyachived for women who have naturally darker shades or natural light tones. If you have naturally light, ash hair, toners will be needed to add more golden tones to your hair to achieve a neutral blonde. For natural darker shades, a more thorough toning will be needed to neutralize out all of the golden tones to achieve this neutral tone.
If you are looking for wigs and extensons in this neutral blonde shade, you might go with 16/22, 18/22 or any mixture of an ash and a golden shade together . Just make sure that you view the color chart before making a purchase online and keep in mind that there will always be a variance of shades from human hair and synthetic as well as a variance in your monitor settings.
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