1 Find Out Your Skin Color
It is said that people have warm or cool colors. These two categories are influenced by skin tone, eye color, and natural hair color. If you want to choose a different color for your wig, it's important to consider your skin tone. Choosing the wrong color can result in a messy or rough, extreme look to your look.
2 Understand Your Eye Color
Don't forget your eyes. Just like skin tone, choosing a wig color that contrasts with your eyes are crucial. If your eyes are golden brown, green, hazel or light blue, choose a wig with dark brown or golden brown, chestnut, auburn, or red highlights—warm-toned wigs.
If your eye color is dark brown, dark blue/blue-gray, or dark brown, choose wigs with more natural colors such as black, brown, and blonde.
However, if this conflicts with the color you chose based on your skin tone, use that color instead. Having overall coordination is more important than looking faded. Coupled with the right makeup look, your eyes will always stand out.
3 Choose Shades Suitable For You
Color and light are intrinsically linked. Color is the effect of any form of light reflection. It should be noted that wigs sold online will have a certain color difference. Various factors such as color, hair dyeing process, and lighting will affect the visual effect, making wigs of the same color look different under the light. Just like natural hair, wigs look brighter and more detailed on the outside in the full sun, while darker and less textured on the inside or late at night.