How to Choose the Right Glasses For Your Hair Color
Best Color Glasses for Red Hair
The intrinsic vitality of red hair means you don't have to worry about your skin tone. Dark red tones can be colder while more orange, carroty hair is described as warm.
It reflects the natural warmth of your natural colors with reddish brown, green, gold, copper, tortoise shells and warm neutral tones. The cool shades of red hair will match well with blue, green and black. Avoiding gray and yellow tones can ruin red hair and may have a dull effect on it.
Best Color Glasses for Blonde hair
For a warm blond hair with a honey or bronze highlights- amber, peach, red, pink and dark green are some of the good choices to imitate your natural color. Avoid icy tones such as light blue and pale pink as they will make you look faded.
For the cold blonde that has a dark highlight, colors gray, deep ochre, pink, purple or blue tones, are the ones that will complement your hair color. Avoid using colors with a strong yellow or gold background, such as amber.
Best Color Glasses for Brown hairBrown hair with more gray, cool tones, matches black, blue, purple and pink and tortoise glasses. It helps in creating rich shades and light tones in the hair.
For brown hair with more auburn and red tones, choose colors in line with silver, gold or bronze light metal frames and black or dark ochre. The earthy, red and gold tones look great on warm tones. Avoid pastels or heavy, very dark styles.
Best Color Glasses for Grey hair
For light gray hair choose dark tones such as red, brown, dark blue, blue, purple and ochre. The metal style looks great too in neutral colors such as white, black and grey. Try to avoid yellow, gold, beige or brown tones that may collide or create a dim effect.
If you have dark grey hair, a bright colored frame of metal or plastic is a great choice. Avoid any frames that are too dark and too heavy.
Best Color Glasses for Black hair
Black hair can be paired with a variety of colors, such as black, bronze, ochre, blue, and dark green, as well as in frames with simple shapes. The colder blacks will match the blues, and the warm blacks will match the browns. Black hair is also well suited to saturated shades such as red and purple.