As you begin the process of choosing your new human hair wig, many decisions need to be made. You must decide your wig style, your wig texture, and your wig hair color. Choosing your wig hair color can be one of the most difficult decisions in the wig process. Many women will take this opportunity to experiment with different wig hair color, but are unsure how to choose which color is best for them. There are different ways to determine which wig hair color will be best for you and which colors to stay away from.
- Skin Tone- Use your veins to determine the type of undertone your skin complexion is. Green veins mean you have a warmer undertone while blue veins mean a cooler undertone. If you aren’t able to make a distinction, you have a neutral undertone. If you have a pinker complexion, choose an ashy wig hair color. If your skin complexion has more olive tone, choose a darker wig hair color.
- Jewelry- Determining what type of jewelry looks best against your skin color can also help you to determine your skin’s undertone. Gold jewelry means a warmer undertone while silver jewelry means a colder undertone.
- Eye Color- Certain eye colors match certain hair colors better than others. Eyes that are grey and blue match well with cooler hair colors while brown and green eyes match well with darker hair colors.
- Clothing- Clothing color can be an excellent indicator of which wig hair color will suit your best. If you look best in purples and teals, choose a darker blonde for your wig hair color. If you look best in reds and oranges, choose a lighter brown wig hair color. If you look best in dark blues and greens, choose a light to platinum blonde wig hair color.
At Wigs and Hair Solutions, we work with our clients to determine the wig hair color that will suit them best. Our trained hair stylists will ask you several questions to determine what type of wig will work best with your lifestyle and overall fashion style.
To schedule an initial consultation with Wigs and Hair Solutions in Columbia, call us today at 410-720-8588. You can also visit us in the Medical Pavilion at Howard County.