We Get the Look girls love to switch up our haircolor often as a means of refreshing our overall looks. We wrote earlier this week on how to choose a flattering new haircolor, but it's also good to keep in mind that changing up your haircolor means changing your beauty routine as well!
For a natural look, the trick for changing your hair color is stay within two shades lighter or darker than your natural color. The same rule applies to finding the most flattering lipstick color, except you want to apply that to your natural lipcolor. Apply the lipstick to one lip to see how to compares to the natural pigment in your lips.
Of course, certain haircolors tend to suit certain skintones more than others and it's really important to find shades of lipstick that work harmoniously with both. We've got some tips to help you choose the best shade of lipstick for your hair color. To make it even more fun, we've put together a gallery of some of our favorite stars to give you some inspiration. Let's get started!
Brunette: Some people say blondes have all the fun, but we'd say brunettes have it better! Brunettes usually have a pale to medium skin tone and a wide variety of shades suit their skin type. Lea Michele usually opts for nude lipsticks, but we're kind of in love with this bold berry shade!
Red: The most obvious choice for red hair is red lipstick , but red is a bold color for everyday use. In fact, most red haired ladies look best with a muted peach or mauve color lipstick. Just ask Nicole Kidman !
Black: Almost all colors suit black hair, but if you've got black hair and a dark skin tone, go for a color that leans toward brown or purple. Kerry Washington almost always wears a brownish-pink shade of lipstick like the one above. Hey, why mess with a good thing?
Blonde: Blonde hair looks best with pink shades of lipstick. There's a reason why you always see blondes in candy pink! If your blonde hair has warm tones in it, choose a shade of peach, coral, or apricot. If it has cooler undertones, like Blake Lively 's, go for a blue based pink!