Changing your hair colour can make a massive change to your whole look. A dramatic change of going blonde to brunette (or vice versa!) can have a huge impact to the way the colouring of your skin looks. Since I took the plunge and went back to my brunette roots, I’ve really adapted the way I do my makeup. To find out my tips and tricks, keep reading!
1. Darker Brows
This may seem like an obvious one, but your brows should be within one or two shades of your hair colour. I do like darker eyebrows with blonde hair, so my colour hasn’t changed a huge amount. I have gone from taupe to soft brown.
2. More Bronzer
Having light hair really flattered my fair skin. Brunette hair can make me look a lot more pale. Because of this I like to bronze up more than usual to add a little more colour.
3. Heavier Blush
As a blonde I was very light handed with the blush. The contrast of the dark hair against my fair skin takes away from the natural flush in my cheeks. Now I apply my blush a little heavier to add more colour.
3. Colourful Eyeshadow
When I had lighter hair I liked to bring attention to my eyes by framing them with my eyeshadow. My go to look was smoked out liner in a neutral colour. My dark hair makes my eyes stand out a lot more, and I now feel I have the freedom to do whatever I like with my eyes. I’ve been having fun playing with different colours.
5. Bolder Lips
My favourite lip colour with blonde hair was any light warm nude shade, especially if I had heavy eye makeup. Now I can go as bold as I want with my lips, because it is already balanced out with my dark hair. I’m loving it!
Blonde to Brunette