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Hair colour for summer

17 comments · save · last comment by Charlotte S. 4 years ago

Kate  Skelton

Kate S.

NEWCASTLE,
United Kingdom

85 posts

I can't decide what colour to dye my hair for the summer, i was thinking lighter more reddy-brown because it is summer, but then I changed my mind.

I'm going away to Rhodes for two weeks and i tan dark quickly and I am already quite tanned, so i need something that will compliment my skin tone, I think I may go to darker brown for this.

I'm still not completely sure, could people please help me decide what colour will suit me best?! thanks!
x

4 years ago

#1
Kate  Skelton

Kate S.

NEWCASTLE,
United Kingdom

85 posts

well, thanks for the help everyone o.O

0 · May 25, 2010

#2
Antony Reynolds

Antony R.

BRISTOL,
United Kingdom

64 posts

i like the idea dark brown, i think if you really tan that will clash with your locks, have fun in rhodes sweetie x

0 · May 25, 2010

#4
Kate  Skelton

Kate S.

NEWCASTLE,
United Kingdom

85 posts

i'd honestly love to go blonde like that, just worried i'll wreck my hair or i wont suit or it'll look fake :(

0 · May 25, 2010

#5
Eleni S

Eleni S.

Cyprus

405 posts

I would say a nice red, but that probably wouldn't work with a tan. How about chocolate brown with lighter high lights?

0 · May 25, 2010

#6
☽blair ☾

☽blair ☾.

SALEM,
United States

1931 posts

If your skin is going to be very tan then stay away from that red brown colour or any reds. I think reds tend to look bad on darker skin tones. Also stay away from platinum blonde lol but I don't think you were even considering blonde.

0 · May 25, 2010

#7
Kate  Skelton

Kate S.

NEWCASTLE,
United Kingdom

85 posts

well i've changed my mind about a millions times, what do people think about lighter brown with blonde highlights? I think it will suit my hair because its naturally wavy.
definitely not all blonde or platinum.

0 · May 25, 2010

#8
☽blair ☾

☽blair ☾.

SALEM,
United States

1931 posts

yeah something like whitney port?


or olivia palermo (here's both of them):

0 · May 25, 2010

#9
Kate  Skelton

Kate S.

NEWCASTLE,
United Kingdom

85 posts

yesss, love the bottom two! think this could definitley happen!

0 · May 25, 2010

#10
Maira F.

Maira F.

Greece

159 posts

first of all, I live in Greece and the weather is already too hot so you will get really tanned! My advice is not to go darker your hair, I really like olivias palermo haircolour and highlights! And I think its appropriate for summer, and will look good on you! Though I like your current haircolour on you. xx

0 · May 29, 2010

#11
Eleni S

Eleni S.

Cyprus

405 posts

Looking at your looks, I think your hair is pretty perfect at the moment. I'm so jealous of you

0 · May 29, 2010

#12
Saranda R

Saranda R.

ZURICH,
Switzerland

99 posts



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or something in between :)

0 · May 29, 2010

#13
L S

L S.

EDINBURGH,
United Kingdom

500 posts

You could always put lemon juice on your hair, sit in the sun and it will go lighter!

0 · May 29, 2010

#14
Kate  Skelton

Kate S.

NEWCASTLE,
United Kingdom

85 posts

thanks everyone... and Eleni my hair is far from perfect but i am considering keeping the colour now!

0 · May 29, 2010

#16
Kayla Hadlington

Kayla H.

United Kingdom

400 posts

I love it when people have dark hair then have lighter bits of brown put through it, like just a shade lighter so it makes it looks as if some of your hairs have naturally lightened in the sun

0 · May 29, 2010

#17
Charlotte S

Charlotte S.

ENGLAND,
United Kingdom

654 posts

my friend had dark brown hair, she wanted to go blond so she dyed it first, & it went a light reddish yellow colour, of course she needs a second dye, but i really liked it, it felt warm and summery, i thought that would be a good summer colour.
then.. a light brown would be nice but i agree with @KAYLA H.

0 · May 29, 2010

  

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