What Color Should I Highlight My Hair?

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To apply a highlight on the hair, the colour depend on your skin colour and the effect you'd like to achieve. If you have cool skin tones, complement with shades of ash or beige for blonds and brunettes and violet based reds for redheads. If you have warm skin tones, enhance with golden and caramel hues for brunettes, light golden shades and straw hues for blondes, and auburn or copper shades for red heads.
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What color one should highlight their hair could depend upon one's skin tone. Warmer skin tones look good with red or golden highlights, while cool complexions should try for ashy blondes and cooler browns.
Consider the color of your natural hair before picking a shade to highlight your hair. Also, you'll want to consider your skin tone and your eye color.
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