How do I choose a hair color? Your skin undertone helps you decide the best LÓreal hair color shade for you. The golden rule is that cool skin undertones should wear warm hair color shades, and warm skin tones should wear cool hair colors. Neutral skin tones can wear any shade they like!
What do the numbers mean on Loreal hair color?
The level system is made up of 10 numbers which help determine the depth level of your natural hair. 1 is black, 5 is light brown, 6 is dark blonde, 7 is blonde and 10 is the lightest blonde. Your L’Oréal Professionnel colourist will analyse your hair and assess your natural base colour in-salon.
What do the numbers mean in Loreal Casting Creme Gloss?
The first number is the base colour and indicates how light or dark the colour is. 1.0 is black, 5.0 is light brown, 6.0 is dark blonde, 7.0 is medium blonde and 10 is the lightest blonde.
What do numbers on hair color mean?
What do the numbers mean on hair color? All hair colors are numbered on a level system between 1 and 10; as the number gets higher, the color gets lighter. For example, level 1 is black, level 5 is medium brown, and level 10 is lightest blonde. All other levels represent the shades that fall in between those colors.
What’s the difference between N and NN hair color?
The difference between a neutral color (N) and a “double N” color (NN) is the concentration of the dye. 4N and 4NN are the same color only the NN version has a slightly higher concentration of dye. Another way to describe NN is an opaque version of N.
What is the best Colour to dye GREY hair?
1. Blonde Highlights. There are three reasons we recommend blonde highlights when covering greys. First up, the difference between blonde and silver shades is subtle, so grey roots won’t appear as visible – even if it’s been six to eight weeks since you last went to the salon.