Avoid going more than two shades lighter or darker than your natural hair color when choosing a wig. Going too light or too dark will be dramatic, but might not be the best result for you. If you want to be bold, consider making gradual changes by going lighter or darker a little at a time. The great advantage of wearing wigs is that you can easily get to the color you want without chemically damaging your hair.
When going blonde, consider what color your hair was when you were a child. If you were blonde when you were a little girl, chances are blonde will also work for you as an adult. Go a little darker than the shade you used to be in order to look best with current your skin tone.
Golden highlights brighten your complexion and make you look more youthful. If your hair is auburn, choose copper highlights. Natural brunettes look best with caramel, and blondes look best with honey tones. Wig fibers are blended with these naturallooking highlights built in, making it easier to choose the right tone for your complexion.
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