With a natural dishwater blonde or brown that has grey eyes. I think of a color like coral,
rose-beiges, blue-grays, aqua and blue-greens, sky and periwinkle mixture blues along with powders or other pastels, especially if you
have a golden sunny complexion. If you have grey eyes you do not want to overdo on the gray unless you are going to put a good amount of make up on.
With older women wearing their natural colors of salt and peppers: First, we have only two
categories, there is the attractive salt and pepper and those that are “graying” not quite as lovely. Those that are “silvering”
with an attractiveness and integrity can usually wear those lovely colors first described above in the fourth paragraph. They do not
have any problem with their hair and this is why they usually do not cover up their silver.
However, natural redheads seem to gray less attractive and end up coloring their hair either a blonde or pinkish red. Just for reason
sake, the pinkish red still is not attractive on older women. The answer is a warm light brown with just a few slight golden highlights
and the answer to what you wear is something colorful, but not crazy because by now you’ve discovered; you still have the creamy white
skin and freckles God gave to you, even at your age.
By now, I am assuming you are holding those pieces of material up in front of the
mirror with your best friend who happens to be your very best critic. Did you ever think of a medium olive green suit with a pale
yellow blouse? It should help with any ruddiness in your cheeks. Find some peridots known as olivine for earrings, necklace and
bracelets. All this will take away the negative and accent your positive. If you aren’t crazy with the idea of having an olive
green suit, try a khaki one with a lighter khaki blouse underneath. The main thing to consider is not going to dark or too light.
So you are a natural blonde and you’ve discovered the world of gray and it just isn’t becoming to
you. What to do? Have you already started covering your natural color? Are you happy with it because you have become used to it? Have
you asked a new hairdresser about what they say about your color?
Lastly, do you want to look better? Remember, we don’t see ourselves the way other people do. This is why it is vital to have friends
that will tell you the truth about what they see or a new reputable stylist who will tell you the truth about your hair color vs age vs
skin color. One mistake most natural blondes make as they age is getting pale highlights. Those pale highlights look like your gray coming in. Not good.
A Gold shade to cover your incoming gray would be just the ticket. You need warmth. All you need is one color, unless you want a
second for a low foil for a light neutral brown. The reason I say one color of golden is because of the different response your colors
will have when applied. The golden will deposit onto the gray and lift up on your blonde. There! You’ve got a one step process that
usually takes two or three steps. This means that you will have two-three different colors on your hair by this simple step because
of the different colors already in your hair. Please do not worry about any reddish gold on your hair. By the time you are a senior, you will need it!
What color clothes do you wear? What about creamy beiges and a lovely
camel? Warm golden yellows, clear tans with golden browns, light clear navy and royal blues to a darker color. Turquoise and yellow greens will bring life to your cheeks.
Are you a graying olive skinned lady with dark hair? Usually you can get away with tinting your natural color back for awhile. While
you are still an attractive brunette you are the ones who look smashing in pumpkin orange.
You actually bring elegance to the color orange and all those lovely beiges, bronzes and mahogany’s. You can wear reds with an orange
base and lots of golden beiges as well. You look quite distinguished. Earth greens and yellow greens of jade, forest and olives please you as well as reds with an orange base.
What if your hair is becoming too gray? Do you go blonde? Or, let it just continue to grow out gray? Truthfully, if your hair is 90%
white, you would probably look better with your white tresses, this is because of your awesome skin color. Should you insist on
coloring your hair, have a professional give their best counsel. If you are thinking blonde, do not go ash, as that will only age you.
Neutral is different. When you look at that color chart be sure and ask your professionals advice. Considering the earth colored
clothes you can wear, you would probably be wise to pick something of the autumn colors.
Whatever your preference, this is what makes you unique and different from every person on earth; as no two heads of color or texture
are alike. Your taste and personality says a lot about how you dress and how you wear your hair. This is you and that is so good!