6. Auburn hair looks Splendid on a variety of Skin Complexions
Most women believe that red only complements fair and lighter skin tones, but experts have noted that light reds and dark auburn colors are splendidly suitable for a variety of skin tones and complexions, from fair to dark and deep olive.
Basically, auburn hair complements light and fair skin tones by blending within the pink hues to make the skin appear creamy and blushing. And light or medium-dark auburn tones add an effect of warmth to olive skin complexions, making the skin look bright with a natural pop of glow.
7. Exclude Color-depositing Shampoos from your Color Maintenance-at-Home Rituals
Experts believe that red is one of the hardest hair colors to maintain and requires a great deal of pampering. Most women tend to invest in color depositing shampoos, but experts recommend against their use because they tend to make the hair appear excessively pink, and some even give your hair a purple gleam.
Instead of these color-depositing shampoos, just invest in two packs of color, one should be closely similar to the natural hues of your roots, and the other one should have an auburn-hued shade to touch up your ends. We recommend you to use the Garnier Nutrisse Ultra Color Nourishing Hair Color Creme in Darkest Intense Auburn.
8. Spring & Fall are the Best Times to Rock Red
Hair colorists firmly believe that if you want to flaunt a bold auburn, copper or strawberry red hue, spring and winter are the perfect time to make a switch. Auburn highlights are a terrific statement to give yourself a bright and energetic spring look, while a feisty dark red will brighten up your winter statements splendidly!