We are always quick to change our hair colour but switching it up and consider your brows. Changing your brows can shift your whole look whether it be from classic to pretty to punk.
Finding the ideal hair and brow combination can be rather tricky. But you honestly can’t go wrong if you stick to the rule of thumb, match warm tones with warm tones and cool with cool. Take a scroll and find the best brow colour for you.
Natural blondes who have fair hairs should consider darkening their brows, this will act as a frame for the face and enhance ones eye colour. A darker brow paired with a lighter hair colour creates the illusion that you have a lot more brow than you actually have – I mean who doesn’t love that.
Dark hair, dark brows. If you are a blonde going brunette you should certainly darken your brows. Whereas if you are brunette there is no need to dye your brows because usually brunettes brows are darker than their hair colour.
It is very rare that red heads actually have red eyebrows, so matching your brows to your hair colour is unnecessary. Women with shades of burgundy are best suited with the smallest hint of copper. Otherwise if you have a cool red shade you can pair your hair with brunette brows.
Black haired women can stick to the rule of black on black, because lets be honest any other equation will look rather strange.
Lastly do not try dye your own brows, especially if you have never done so before. So if you feel like a change pop into your local beauty salon.
(Article Source: VOGUE)