Find your colors not only in clothing but in hair and make-up as well.

Updated: Feb 14




A new hairstyle and good make-up can boost your image and increase your self-confidence!


Makeup can be used to boost beauty features, hide imperfections, and improve skin texture. Nevertheless, effective makeup requires choosing cosmetics and colors that completely sync with your hair rather than simply following color fads.

1. Dark hair/Black hair:

Dark-haired beauties look best when they enhance one’s features and keep the rest of the look simple. Dark hair is usually accompanied by dark eyes as well. This combination will allow you to wear almost any shade easily. Dark-haired beauties can pull off more intense colors and also play with lighter shades.

Well-defined eye makeup with nude lips and a peach blush will look super good. Women having dark hair with medium skin tone should try out wine and blue-based colors more often. Warmer colors such as bronze, corals, purple, and browns on the eyes will look great too. You can wear bolt red or a deep plum on your lips and you will rock the look

2. Blonde Hair:

Blonde beauties should choose their makeup carefully or they will end up with a washed-out look. Soft tones and pastel shades work best for blonde hair as dark tones create a stark contrast.

Apply a good bronzer on your forehead, cheeks, and chin. Apply it lightly; do not go heavy with it. A dab of peach helps to warm the skin tone. You can opt for ivory or pink colored eye shadow and for cheeks choose a pink blush. Greys, blue and taupe coloured eyeliners work beautifully with this type of hair colour. To finish off the makeup, reach for a brown or neutral lipstick with a pink or peach undertone. DO NOT use an out-and-out brown lipstick as it will make the face look dull. Don’t go overboard with eye makeup. Brown mascara will look equally good too.

3. Medium Brown Hair:

Since your hair colour is not as deep as black or brown shades, you should apply shades that correlate with your skin tone or eye colour! Add a little radiance to your skin tone by applying a bronzer with hints of peach and pink tones to your skin. Bronzer will give a nice glow to your face and the peach blush will help to brighten the skin.

To sum up your look, don’t go for the regular nude or neutral shade. Instead, play up your lips with a slightly orange-red based lipstick and save the neutrals for the eye shadow. Apply nice brown eyeliner and top it up with black mascara for that perfect look!

4. Honey Coloured Hair:

For a natural look, a light shadow with some golden shimmer brushed up to the crease looks nice and brightens your eyes. Go for a peach-toned blush. Choose either a brown or violet eyeliner to flatter your eyes or even dark green, if you can find one.

Line the outer corner of the eyes on the top lash line and swipe two coats of mascara to complete your look. On the lips try a nude pink lipstick with a sheer lip gloss on the top. You can even switch the look and try more vivid colours during the night. A little turquoise goes well with the tanned skin and the light hair.

5. Caramel Hair:

While the golden-brown hues of caramel hair perfectly enhance a tan, it can make a paler skin tone look dull and ashy. If your skin is pale, avoid looking washed out by balancing out the cooler tones of caramel by using makeup in neutral and bright colours with a satin finish.

You can use soft browns, grey or ivory beige eye shadows on your eyes and choose brown eyeliners. Add some glow to your skin by picking blushes in coral, fuchsia pink and soft pinks, try and avoid pale foundations. Neutrals would look best on the lips; you could try a soft pink gloss for adding some shine.

6. Red Hair:

Dark red hair like cherry or auburn tones should play around with more neutral tones. You can also use shades with pink hints as well. Play up with your eyes and leave the lips neutral. This doesn’t mean that you need to match your hair with your eye shadows. Take two or three shades and blend them together like a champagne pink eye shadow with a green or bronze tone. You can contrast your makeup with your hair.

7. Purple Hair:

Purple coloured hair can range from dark purple shade to light lilac hue which resembles a blonde colour. You can use playful complimentary makeup to bring out the jewel tones in your skin and eyes. Select two or three eye shadow shades to create a stylish multi-dimensional look.

If your hair has a shade of darker purple, use light shades of makeup to complement your look. For lighter shades like lilac purple, use darker shades to create a contrasting effect. Jewel tones are complemented by earthy shades like black, brown and red. Apply a peach brown shade of blush and lip colour. Bright reds should be reserved for lilac purple

8. Magenta Hair:

Since the hair colour itself is so bold, tone down your makeup during the daytime. Go for lightly kohled eyes and nude lipstick during the daytime. For the night, you can add a splash of red or pink to your look. Line your eyes with black or brown eyeliner but don’t draw thick lines. You can use a bronzer or a blush but don’t overdo it. Mascara should look natural, or you can even avoid it totally. Apply a neutral shade of lipstick.

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