Dressing for your hair color is one of the best ways to show off what your Mumma gave you!
Whether you are a beautiful brunette, or a sizzling red head, we all have unique coloring that makes certain colors look incredible on us. Similarly, our hair color often means that certain colors can be unflattering on us.
Ready to learn about dressing for your hair color? Read on for our guide that will have you dressing like a total queen!
The Best Clothes For Blonde Hair
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Beach blonde bombshell Kate Upton slays in red.
Blonde babes will know that there are a huge spectrum of tones in the blonde-sphere! These range from Gwen Stefani platinum, to Cara Delevigne mocha.
So sit down and grab a mirror: it’s time to see whether you are a warm blonde or a cool blonde.
Cool Blonde Hair
Cool blonde hair is characterized by ‘cool’ undertones, such as gray or blue. Examples of cool blonde hair tones include ash blonde, ice blonde and silver blonde.
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Jennifer Lawrence’s icy blonde is a great example of cool toned blonde hair..
Your Perfect Clothing Colors
Pastel hued tones are your best friend! Indulge in your sweet side with an array of baby blue, lilac and pink. If you fancy trying out red, opt for red tones with cool undertones.
What about dressing for your hair color for the evening or for an event? Metallics will look incredible with your hair hue, especially silver.
Avoid reds and oranges with too many warm undertones, as these may wash you out.
Warm Blonde Hair
Much unlike cool blonde hair, warm blonde hair has sizzling warm undertones. Warm blonde hair includes honey blonde, yellow blonde, strawberry blonde and golden blonde.
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Rosie Huntington-Whiteley’s warm-hued beach blonde is to die for.
Your Perfect Clothing Colors
Go bold and sizzle in hot red, peach or coral. Jewel tones will look equally as incredible with your skintone and Khaki was practically made for you!
Unlike your cool-toned sisters, pastels will make your hair appear ‘brassy’. Instead, opt for bolder blues and turquoise shades.
Both black and white look incredible on all blonde haired ladies.
The Best Clothes For Brunette Hair
Brunette hair is known for being rich and full. Despite this, every brunette is different and the colors that suit you depend on a combination of your hair tone and your skin tone. This means that dressing for your hair color is vital.
Warm toned skin has green or yellow undertones, whereas cool toned skin has blue or pink undertones.
Confused? We got you! Check out our guide on how to choose the right color for your skin tone.
Brunettes With Warm Toned Skin
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Warm hued Jessica Alba knows that jade is her color.
Warm hued brunette beauties should opt for bronzes, burnt oranges, mochas and sage greens. Anything quintessentially Fall will look incredible with both your skin and hair color.
If you are after a more vibrant hue, try apple green, peach or yellow.
Brunettes With Cool Toned Skin
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Liv Tyler looks striking in deep blue with contrasting red pops.
Those with pale skin or brunette-black hair are in danger of looking washed out.
Keep your palette rich and full and opt for deep blue, crimson and bright pink.
Alternatively, dusky colors such as lavender, nude and light yellow will look incredible against your dark hair and light features.
The Best Clothes For Red Hair
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Katherine McNamara knows that green is made for red heads!
When you’re a sizzling red head, you know that your vibrant hair is all it takes to make a statement. Therefore, you want to opt for colors that enhance your blazing locks, rather than dull them down.
Green is your number one hue! As a matter of fact, anything from sage to emerald green will look smoking hot on you!
For neutral hues, opt for navy, tan and cinnamon.
Surprisingly, purple and a full spectrum of blue will look incredible on you too.
Avoid orange and yellow like the plague! However, red can look flattering on you, it’s all about finding the right shade. Fair skinned red-heads should opt for bold crimson, whereas tanned reds should go for softer and more demure red hues.
Now that you’ve learned about dressing for your hair color, check out our tips on how to dress for your skin color.