Have you ever wondered why some colours look wonderful on you, making you look bright, lively and drop-dead-gorgeous, while others seem to do the complete opposite? It all comes down to your skin's undertone, and what colours work best with it. The same logic that applies when you're choosing the most flattering top also applies to finding the most flattering hair colour.
There are two distinct types of undertones:
The base shade of your hair is the foundation for lightening or darkening your hair colour. Determining your base shade helps us to find your colour match by identifying what colours will best achieve your desired result.
Why does hair turn grey?
Hair colour is a result of the presence of melanin pigment within your hair follicles. As we age, our bodies may stop producing the pigments, and our hair stops producing the colour.
What does it mean for colouring your hair?
Grey hair can be more resistant to absorbing colour, so it is recommended to colour using high-performance permanent formulas that penetrate the hair and seal the colour in from within.