How to pick the right eyebrow color

Increasingly, women are very involved in changing their brow colors. From an ash brown to a cool blonde, they seem to transform effortlessly from ethereal to classic and pretty to edgy with one incremental shift in the tone.

It can be quite a difficult task to decide which shade matches both your hair and your brow. So it will be ideal if you try to experiment with the shades through temporary brow colors like Anastasia Tinted Gel. Along with that, you can also use brow pencil to lightly fill in your brows.

Once you decide your shade, it is important to note that your eyebrows must match warm tones with warm tones, cool with cool. Be prepared to return to the salon at least once every four weeks, even more often if you’ve gone lighter.


For Blondes:

Natural blondes who have fair hairs can feel free to deepen the shade of their arches as darker brows will act as a frame for the face and enhance your eye color.

It will also give an appearance of thicker brows which will give a completely different look for you.

If your eyebrows appear too dark against your hair, you can softening it especially if you are brunettes going golden blonde. Lightening your brows, even subtly, will warm your look.

On the other hand, bleached brows are not for everyday basis and for people with perfect bone structure. Thus, if you’ve gone platinum, you don’t have to change your eyebrows in that shade.


For brunettes:

If you’re a blonde going brunette, it is recommended to darken your brows.  If you are a brunette with brows deeper than their hair color, it won’t be necessary to dye brows. By nature, your brows are supposed to be darker than your hair, and the cooler your shade, the darker your brows can be. A lift in arch tone is only suggested for those looking to soften the fine lines that come with aging or angular bone structure, and to take the focus away from thin eyebrows. If your brow shade blends with your skin tone, an overplucked pair won’t look so pronounced.


For redhead:

Natural redheads don’t have red eyebrows, so matching your brows to your hair color is unnecessary. Those with a hue that’s more pumpkin than burgundy will be best suited by arches with the smallest hint of copper. Cool redheads, on the other hand, can be coupled with brunette arches that are dark and rich.


For Raven:

Raven-haired women should be careful as a straight black product will not look appealing. Instead, it will be best to pick a color that is one to two shades lighter than your hair color. This can be a dark smoky shade. Colors such as smoky charcoal and deep browns will be perfect as well.


No matter what you choose, please be cautious to not try to dye your own brows, especially if you don’t have experience. Try a temporary color and take a selfie, making sure it suits you. Have fun trying!

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