The women with a Hispanic complexion have a wide array of hair colors to choose from, including chocolate, caramel, espresso, maple, mocha, taffy, butterscotch, and toffee. If you would like to changea little something about your hair color, there are a lot of celebrities you could be inspired by.
One of the styles that you might “steal” from J Lo is her sandy shade with dark blonde highlights. Although this is a color that works for all women with a Hispanic complexion, you have to know that the color is of high maintenance and you will need touch-ups at least every three weeks.
One of the best colors that you may think about is the one two shades darker than your natural shade. It should be a rich color with a balance of warm and cold tones. In order to make the best of this color, you have to make sure that your hair is really shiny to make your eyes and your skin pop.
You might be thinking about a medium brown base color with auburn highlights. Such a color will balance the green tones that the majority of the women with Hispanic complexions have in their skin. It is also good to know that usually these women also look great with copper highlights.
In case you are looking for a color that doesn’t require a lot of maintenance, think about a classic brunette. This ought to be slightly lighter than your natural color. The celebrity has a warm, medium brown color with some auburn highlights.
If you would like to have dark hair, it might be a good idea to add honey colored highlights. As a trick, you can think about adding some extensions, especially if you wish to have highlights often to make sure that your real hair won’t get damaged in the process.
A lush and velvety brown color would be suitable for all women with a Hispanic complexion. Start with a neutral brown base without red undertones and add copper colored highlights. In order to achieve the best results, you should ask for the help of a true professional.
Let yourself be inspired by the celebrities (and their colorists). It might be a good idea to try as many colors and highlights as you can to find out which ones work the best for you.