Is Brown right for you?

Is Brown right for you?

 If at least two of the following apply to you, you're probably better brunette:
You are now brown mouse. Your natural color is no vibration rich browns and virtually begs to be deepened.
Do you want low maintenance regime.

If you are naturally very blonde to brown hair maintenance is quite easy - and home-based paint is close to goof-proof, says Julia Youssef, executive director of L'Oréal Paris hair color in the Technical Center and Product Evaluation.
Your hair is damaged, and sad. Dark hair color reflects light best, hides breakage and minimizes the weaknesses that have been abused hair.

How to become a better brunette:

First Compare your brown to your haircut. To ensure maximum return on your chocolate color, deeper and monotone, if your hair is almost all one length. If it is short and very layered, ends with a little bit easier, and weaves in the high and dark areas to highlight the texture of cut, says Marie Robinson, a colorist at the Sally Hershberger Salon in New York (with clients Natalie Portman).
The second To the extreme. The most striking brunettes today are very dark or very light, says Robinson. If your hair color mid-tone, you blend - in a bad sense.
Third Coloring at home? Go half and half. One of the most common mistakes home haircoloring, according to Robinson, is brown, that's gone orange, often the result of applying the dye, it is too "warm." If it's golden brown you're after, says Robinson, buy a box of golden brown and one box of neutral brown. Combine the two, and then use the combo on your hair.
The fourth Stay away from hair spray, if possible. Nothing has luster of shiny brunette strands faster than dousing them with hairspray, says Robinson. If you must shellac, follow with a spritz shine serum.
Fifth Beware of black. If you want to deepen your brown to nothing but the dark chocolate, visit the trade, said Yousef. If you go to the blue-black, there's almost no going back. The only way to cover it with an expensive procedure room, which includes a lot of damage - to your hair and wallet.

Makeup tips for brunettes:
Pile on the mascara and make it black. You have a dark band in order to balance her dark locks, says Paula 

Dorf, artist celebrity makeup.
Play with a ton of pearl in your eyes. Brunettes can get away with dramatic eyes.
If your dark hair, makes the complexion appear too pasty, shimmering bronzer is your ticket, says Ross 

Burton, National Artistic Director of Lancôme.

MC wort for brunettes:
Matrix Biolage colors Natural Color Refreshing Conditioner Brown
Oscar Blandi Crema Soothing Balm for Hair
Aveda Black Malva Conditioner
Pantene Pro-V Brunette Expressions Daily Color Enhancing Shampoo

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