The Best Shade of Hair Color for Pale Women With Dark Circles Under the Eyes
The best shade of hair color for pale women if you have under eye circles includes green or blue. Find out about the best shade of hair color for pale women if you have under eye circles with help from the owner of Skin Perfect Image Wellness Spa in this free video clip.
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Hi I'm Jaclyn Peresetsky and today we're going to discuss what hair color if you have under eye circles. Under eye circles plague so many. In fact when you have under eye circles, you have a presence of blue or green underneath your eyes and it's always there. It sometimes is genetic and sometimes it's just the fact that you haven't gotten a lot of sleep and it really drives you crazy because you just no matter what you do, you see those under eye circles. Well choosing a hair color that's going to eliminate the appearance of under eye circles, it's going to be quite difficult but you can choose a hair color that's going to pull away from the under eye circles. If you think about it, under eye circles have blue and green in them so on the color wheel you want to go in opposition of the blue and green. That's going to be in the red and peach family. So if you are like our model, Julie, who she's a little bit fairer, she has paler skin and she has the dark hair but she has the under eye circles, she can choose a darker hair color that has a red undertone. The red undertone is going to go in opposition of those under eye circles and it's going to not make her see them as much when she doesn't have makeup on. So it's going to be the colors in this family that are in the red family. Secondly, I would recommend having a hair color that goes more with your skin tone and then just choosing a concealer that's going to conceal those under eye circles. And again there's eye creams out there that are going to help with under eye circles. But the most important thing is think about what caused the under eye circles to begin with. Is it lack of sleep, is it allergies or is it hereditary? So I hope this information helps.