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New Hair Colors to Try, Depending on Your Skin Tone

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Just like us, our hair has probably gone through so many phases ever since quarantine started. From trying our hand at those TikTok-famous hairstyles to DIY-ing our way to a new shade para maiba naman, we're living our best lives through our tresses.

But in case you want to settle down with a particular hair color that will last longer than your hair experiment, why not try going for a shade that actually complements your skin tone? This way, you'll only need to re-color your roots when they grow out instead of changing shades repeatedly. Below, we're listing down some recommendations, as seen on our Candy Rookies.

If you're on the fair side, try...

Amber Brown

The standard light brown shade complements almost all skin tones. It's also pretty easy to maintain!

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Orange Brown

But if you want to go for something ~brighter~, adding a hint of orange to your brown is a good choice, too.

If you have medium skin tone, try...

Midnight Blue

Midnight blue is ambitious enough, but also just as safe because it matches your natural dark hair color pretty well.

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Ash Gray

If you're hoping to try something lighter, hints of ash gray can spice up your look without drowning out your complexion.

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If you're sunkissed, try...

Baby Blonde

Who says morenas can't slay in blonde? If you're not ready to go for ash blonde just yet (the process can get really tedious), the classic blonde shade can complement your sunkissed skin just as well.

Chocolate Brown

Chocolate brown is a shade that will look good on every skin tone, so if you're looking to try a color that's more on the natural side, this shade of brown is a safe bet.

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