Hair Color Chart & Product Guide
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Hair color charts are very useful in determining what hair color you have and which one you are trying to attain, and they're usually arranged in a grid or numbered pattern. The first number in the color code usually replresents the depth, while the second and third numbers usually signify the tone.
The higher the number, the lighter the base colour will be.
√ Level 1: Black
√ Level 2: Darkest Brown
√ Level 3: Dark Brown
√ Level 4: Medium Brown
√ Level 5: Light Brown
√ Level 6: Dark Blonde
√ Level 7: Medium Blonde
√ Level 8: Blonde
√ Level 9: Light Blonde
√ Level 10: Lightest Blonde
Now that you know your hair level, it's time to decide what direction you would like to shift on the scale.
HOW DO YOU FIGURE OUT THE TONE?
Next, it's important to take your desired tone into account. Each level has a natural tone, and it can also have a variety of multiple tones like ASH, COLD BEIGE, GOLD, WARM BEIGE, COPPER, RED, RED VIOLET, and BLUE. These color charts will break down every level and possible tone that the color line offers. Combining the level number with the desired tone will give you your ideal color shade.
DOES THE BSO PROVIDE HELP WITH FINDING THE RIGHT LEVEL AND TONE?
The Beauty Supply Outlet is here to help you every step of the way. Our staff are available to take a look at your hair and help figure out your level, and educate on options of how many levels you can darken or lighten your hair.
There are four types of hair color; Temporary, Semi-permanent, Demi-permanent and Permanent.