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princessqcupcake asked:

01 Feb 2009

Yep it's another hair color question. Help

I have a very hard face to nail down the shape of. I think it's somewhere between square and oval-ish my skin has some yellow under-tones to it and I have a naturally green undertone to my hair but I am no comso so I really wouldn't know where to go with the color here or even the cut. For those reasons I keep my color natural and my length long, any suggestions? Thanks.

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pinkbabita

pinkbabita says:

Posted on 02 Feb 2009

Try a slightly deeper side part, on your right side. Line it up with the middle of your right eye and continue it back diagonally to meet your part on the top of your head as it falls now.

Longer layers starting about the level of the bottom of your ears will help soften your jawline around your face.

I would suggest a cut falling just below your shoulder length.

Try a semi permanent colour the same depth as your natural level with a little more warmth to add tone to your hair as well as shine.

Some fine highlights in a golden or caramel will add texture to your hair and emphasize the layering.




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