Picking a hair color is not as easy as picking vegetables from the market. There is a lot of science behind choosing a hair color that flatters your skin. With the different brands available on the market and with so many celebrities sporting different hair color hues, it is easy to get confused and end up looking like a fashion disaster. This particular segment is dedicated to choosing the right hair color for Asians. Asian hair has a soft texture and is very beautiful but coating it with a trending shade sometimes will perk up your look entirely. Educate yourself with some useful know-how about hair coloring before you proceed to get yourself a makeover.
Asian Hair Color 2017: Choosing The Right Hair Color For Asians
Asian Hair Color Choosing The Right Hair Color For Asians
While this is something that most former teenagers can relate to, I was also a Chinese American teenager in a predominantly white, conservative, community. And I hated it — as most teenagers hate being singled out as not-on-purpose different. The goal was always to get as close to white-passing as possible. In my mind, I thought I could get pretty close.
How To Dye Your Asian Hair At Home Like A Pro And Look Natural
K-pop stars aren't the only ones in Seoul, South Korea, with a penchant for having literally any hair color other than their natural hue. They may not be constantly changing it up at chameleon-like rates, but the general public does too. With more people coloring their hair than ever before, I was curious to know what kind of dye jobs they're indulging in lately. For added insight, I also stopped by the incredibly Insta-friendly salon Woosun to see owner and hairstylist Sunwoo Kim.
Need styling for party or other events? When it comes to dying your hair, it can be hard having Asian hair. Not only is Asian hair darker than other types of hair, but it is considered taboo.