Autumn is a season of change, and as the leaves on the trees change their colors, women throughout Suffolk County, Long Island begin to think about changing their hair color to match. Whether it’s the trees changing their manes that inspires us to thoughts of changing our own, or it’s simply that our summer hair color that looked so great with our Long Island summer tan, doesn’t look as great with our paler fall complexion, it’s a fact that women throughout Long Island think of changing their hair color in fall.
So, whether you’re thinking of changing your color to match the bright reds of some tree leaves or more blonde to capture the yellows so prominent in fall, or maybe even toning down your summer blonde to more of an autumn brunette, picking a color that’s right for you is not a decision that should be taken lightly.
One of the first things to consider when choosing a new color for your hair is the color of your skin. Your hair is naturally a frame for your face, so you need to consider what hair color will complement your natural skin tone. While you may love how your favorite actress looks with her bright red tresses, consider whether her skin tone is the same as yours. The same goes for bright blondes and even dark browns and blacks. Following are a few golden rules of professional hair coloring from the hair color professionals at Pavlova Salon in Saint James, Smithtown, NY. Continue reading