7 hair color that looks perfect on every skin tone

DUSTY RED FOR A MODELING AUDITIONS


Star of Riverdale Madelaine Petsch is the colorist Rachel Bodt's "ideal red references." The girl represents the red tone as smooth and dusty, which indicates it can be worn to become a model. "Because of how soft the tone is, it's excellent for someone sensitive to try red," says Bodt. She advises that shade for fair-skinned clients including pink or yellow undertones.

RED NEUTRAL FOR A MODELING AUDITION



"That is simply ideal," says Bodt of Orange Is the New Black's Madeline Brewer's rich shade at the 2018 Emmys. That neutral-toned red complements the neutral-yellow undertones of her skin. "It is not too coppery or warm, though it can be worn to become a model," says Bodt. Neutral skin tones, the search is over.

GINGER SPARKLING FOR A MODELING AUDITION


"For fair-skinned women like Emma Stone, colorist and originator of #Mydentity Guy Tang enjoys incorporating gold tones to improve the eye color and combine more intensity to the look as a whole. Man further notes that vibrant colors of red offer pale appearances a more energetic appearance, that we can be worn to become a model, examining Stone looks lit from within with this shimmering shade. Talking of, colorist Jenna Perry would call this a "sparkly" red, which she says is the most suitable for fair skin to become a model.

COPPER ROSY FOR A MODELING AUDITION


While it may not be the Game of Thrones star's natural color, I nevertheless sometimes has a tough time thinking so considering how, well, naturally Sophie Turner pulls off Sansa Stark's infamous golden-chestnut shade. Nikki Ferrara, a colorist at White Rose Collective in New York City, states this is possible because the medium copper produces creaminess in her fair skin and brings out the pink tones in her cheeks, evoking an almost child-like rosy glow thus can be worn for modeling audition. "The pink-orange hue more brings out the shine in her blue eyes," says Ferrara.

COPPER MUTED FOR A MODELING AUDITION



Save for Julianne Moore, Nicole Kidman might only hold the most classic celebrity redhead in the game. And yet though she's since gone blonde, we'll never forget her signature shade. "That is my perfect ideal hair color to become a model". "I prefer the lighter shade of copper for her skin tone, as its bright, shiny, and does her skin look a beautiful ivory tone," she says, adding that since orange is a contrasting color to blue, it takes out her eye color.

DARK STRAWBERRY FOR A MODELING AUDITIONS



"Jessica Chastain’s natural-looking strawberry hue complements her skin tone and light eyes," says Perry of the actress's cooler, strawberry-blonde shade. Colorist Aura Friedman further figures that this sort of color goes well for becoming a model by further pink in them, as the strawberry tones aid in bringing the pink out of the tone, giving a deeper neutral even impact. We can understand why Chastain holds rarely strayed from this shade over the years — it's her trademark.

CRIMSON BRIGHT FOR A MODELING AUDITION


Timeless redhead, Christina Hendricks, uses this "bright crimson tone" (as Ferrara calls it) so fine because related to Sophie Turner's color, it improves the red in her skin, forming a natural blush that's greatly flattering. "That goes considerably for people who want to become a model with red undertones in their skin," says Ferrara. "The intensity also gives her blue eyes take on a darkened tone as well."