Applying the style of ombre hair on asian hair is no different from other types of hair. Every woman in this world has the same chance in enjoying sporting the cool looks of ombre hair and race should never come in the way. That being said, there are indeed some things to be cautious about applying the look, though. We are talking about the eye and skin colors. Simply put, Asian skins are different from those of the non-Asians. If for some reasons white skins can go along very well with almost every kind of hair colors, Asians’ skins need a little bit of adjustment for the coloring to work at its best. Simple tip for you who are planning on doing the hair this style: don’t overdo it. As tempting as one color grab your attention is, you should at all costs avoid wearing a too bright shade or overly shiny colors like shocking blond or electric blue. Not that it will definitely look so bad on you, but you would need to minimize risks to its lowest level so that you would require a fix at all.
And contrary to what you might have believed, you need not paying a visit to a salon just to get your hair colored in ombre style. Unless of course if you have the time—and the budget, now then you may get the professionals do your hair. Those hairdressers can give you significant inputs regarding how you should treat your hair. But if you do not have enough budgets to get those pricey treatments at the salon, you can ombre-color your hair at home. All you need is, of course, a hair coloring product and a couple of pins and combs as well as hair brush and perhaps a couple of aluminum foil to protect your skin from being discolored by the product.
Beige-toned coloring is the perfect type you can resort to when it comes to first lightening your natural hair color. This is can be taken as the first crucial step as lightening the natural hair color will set the rest of hair coloring processes into the right motion. And beige can prevent you from having an overly bright hair color. For the dyeing products, go for a shade that is lighter one or two notch than your skin color. Don’t, once again, go for something so bright everyone can be dazzled by it from miles away—no matter how attractive the color looks like. Remember, what seems to be cool on the package could turn out bad when applied for real. Also, if you have a darker eye color, pick the hair color that doesn’t contrast it in any ways. Your ombre looks must compliment the other color elements of your face.