Spring is a time of renewal. For those who plan to color their hair, stylist Leonid Romanov gave several recommendations.
He recommended fair-haired women to abandon cold tones, preferring golden, wheaten – a little lighter than Marilyn Monroe’s curls. “Warm blonde looks more natural than cool blonde, so the color will be less obvious,” he said.
For brunettes, the stylist advises to pay attention to chocolate shades – both dark and “milky”. But shades that are too dark can age you visually, because after the cold season the complexion is usually quite pale. In combination with black hair, the image will turn out gloomy, “heavy”.
For those who want brightness, but need to follow the dress code, Romanov recommends making several bright strands – if desired, they can be hidden by covering them with strands of natural color in the hair.
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