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Have you ever wondered what your new 'do would look like colored in different ways? With so many color choices, it's easy to be overwhelmed and a little anxious about changing your hair color as it may not turn out the way you hoped.

At TheHairStyler.com, we hope to make your choice a little bit easier by showing you how simple it is to see what the same haircut would look like in all different colors.

This month we have chosen to look at a medium to thick texture, long length curly style to give you a better understanding about what kind of impact color choice makes and how it can enhance your cut.

The Cut: Long Thick Curly Hair

Full bodied hairstyle

This hairstyle is full bodied and easy to achieve and maintain.

The back: the length and layers have been sliced through from the crown for shape and bounce.

The sides: the layers have been started from the shorter layers through the top and blended down softly to frame the face.

The color: is an exquisite tone made up of a cool chestnut brown and a lovely warm golden blonde and features bright red highlights to create quite a neutral color all over. This color will work well on all skin tones as it features both warm and cool hues throughout.


Honey Blonde

Do blondes have more fun? Let's see if that's true with this honey blonde hue. The hair color is perfect in tone and really works well with this cut and the waves. This particular color will require regular touch ups when used over dark natural tones, but will need less for those with light hair like natural blondes. This color will work best on cool complexions like pale/fair, olive, and dark cool.


With the Right Skin Tone

Honey blonde hair color

As we can see, this blonde hue works well with our pale to fair model. It gives her a little color and creates a more natural look.


With the Wrong Skin Tone

Honey blonde hair color

We can't say the same for a warm model. The color makes the skin look like it has lost color.


Darkest Violet

Violet is a great seductive tone but it can be a little too strong for some and they may be too afraid to take the leap. This color is a little more subtle than a full bright violet so you don't have to be too afraid to take the plunge. This style can be vulnerable to fading depending on your natural hair color, for example, blondes will have a higher rate of fading than those with light brown/dark brown hair. This tone will work best on cool complexions like pale/fair, olive and dark cool.


With the Right Skin Tone

Darkest violet hair color

As we can see, this color looks great on our dark cool model and really makes the complexion glow.


With the Wrong Skin Tone

Darkest violet hair color

On a warm olive skin tone the hair color tends to make the complexion look pale and washed out.


Lightest Copper Blonde

Bright! This color is a great example of sun kissed hair and gives off a lovely glossy look all over, making the waves look fuller and showing off every strand of hair. It will work well on warm complexions, such as pale/warm, peaches and cream, warm tan and dark warm.


With the Right Skin Tone

Light golden copper hair color

This color really makes our model glow and shows her complexion in the best possible way.


With the Wrong Skin Tone

Light golden copper hair color

This color really doesn't work well on this model as it just makes her look too artificial and sickly.


Red

If you're not too sure on a color, then red could be the answer. This daring tone is a great color for a change in scenery and will create a great glossy look all over. The only downside is that it may fade depending on what hair tone you were before, for example, blonde hair has a higher chance of fading then if you were light brown. This tone is great with pale/warm, peaches and cream, warm tan and dark warm complexions.


With the Right Skin Tone

Red hair color

The red hair color on our warm tan model simply complements the skin tone perfectly.


With The Wrong Skin Tone

Red hair color

When viewing the red hair color on a cool olive skin tone it seems to wash the skin tone out, making our model look pale.


Light Copper Chestnut

I am always a sucker for copper colors. I love them, and this light copper chestnut is just bright enough but not too bright that you're going to blind everyone with your hair. This color is not too bad in regards to maintenance as it is in between light and dark so it can hide light or dark regrowth fairly well. This color will work well with pale/fair, olive and dark cool complexions.


With the Right Skin Tone

Copper chestnut hair color

This hair color works so well on this cool olive skin tone. They both compliment each other.


With the Wrong Skin Tone

Copper chestnut hair color

Here we can see the same color on a warm peaches and cream skin tone and it's obvious that the color just doesn't look nice and makes the skin tone appear red and washed out.


Light Golden Brown

This lovely warm golden brown hair color creates a glossy look all over and will hide a lot of re-growth for those with natural hair colors of brown or darker. It is not very high maintenance and only requires touch ups every 4 to 6 weeks for permanent color and 12 weeks for semi-colors. This color will work best on warm complexions, such as pale/warm, peaches and cream, warm tan, and dark warm.


With the Right Skin Tone

Light golden brown hair color

Here we can see how well this color works on the peaches and cream model. The color complements the skin tone perfectly.


With the Wrong Skin Tone

Light golden brown hair color

This is what not to do. Here we have a pale to light model, and as you can already tell, the color makes the skin look washed out because the color is way too warm for a cool skin tone.


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