At first determine your existing hair color. There are 10 levels of hair color and each of them is represented by a number from 1 to 10. 1 is the darkest and 10 is the lightest. Understanding this will help you decide your new hair color. The first number in a shade number on the front of the pack represents the level of that hair color. If you have colored hair, before the coloring process you may have to pre-lighten your hair. Slightly darken the hair color.
After this, find a shade that best suits your current hair color. If you have a doubt between two shades, pick the lightest. If your hair is lacking any coloring process, you can choose a shade that is lighter than your natural color.
Find a shade up to 2 shades darker than your current color. Also decide whether you need a natural shade or want to add some reflects. If you would like a very natural looking shade, choose a shade that is your desired level (1-10), that has a zero after the first number. 20, 30, 40, 50, 60, 70 and 90 are pure, natural shades. If you would like to add some reflects to your color then choose a shade that has a number other than zero after the first shade number: 41, 53, 56, 62 and 83.
The second number indicates a reflect that is added to the base color to put in shimmer and luster. You will be most suited to cool reflect tones if your skin has a pink undertone. Warm tones are best suited for people who tan easily. If your skin has a yellow undertone, you will be most suited to warm reflect tones.
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