If your skin is light but your undertones are warm, try a golden or light blond shade, like Shakira’s. Go for a shade that’s going to lighten up your complexion, not wash it out. Stay away from shades that are blondish white, ash or reddish.
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For olive skinned women like Jennifer Lopez, instead of going completely blonde try adding golden highlights against a light brown base. This will help illuminate and brighten your complexion as well as frame your face.
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If you have olive skin you might also want to consider experiementing with the ombre trend. Sometimes going blonde has more to do with how dark your features are (think eyes, eyebrows, lashes) rather than your skin tone itself. Doing an ombre look that's medium/light brown at the roots and light blond at the ends creates balance. Ask your colorist to dye your base just two or three shades lighter than your natural color and have the ends dyed two or three shades lighter than your base so that it naturally blends.
For tan/caramel skin tones like Dania Ramirez, go for golden blonde highlights but make sure to have your colorist also incorporate warmer tones that will complement your skin tone. I like how Dania’s color includes a mix of golden, caramel, and even honey brown shades. Now this is a look I’d definitely try!
Stick with darker blond or caramel shades if your skin tone is similar to Christina Milian’s. Light blond, white, platinum, and orange-y shades won’t look natural with your darker complexion.