Tanning can be a great way to make yourself look better. While you can bask yourself with UV rays through sunbathing or through the usage of a tanning bed, you’ll be on a quick ticket to getting skin cancer. This is why self tanning has become a much appreciated method for tanning your skin. Self tanning might sound complicated due to the numerous things you’ll need prior to application but you’ll be thankful to know that this method of tanning doesn’t damage your skin or put yourself at risk for cancer.
However, getting the right shade of tan is not enough to accentuate your look. If you’re more on the adventurous side, you might want to try out on getting an ideal hair color to add more appeal to your tan. Now, there are certain hair colors that might need you to bleach your hair. If you’re not hoping to go through with bleaching, it’s all right not to change your color. These suggestions are intended to help accentuate your tan and by no means force you to get a change on your hair’s color.

First you’ll need to determine your shade of tan, if your tan is quite saturated then it means you’re on a warmer skin tone palette. If your skin tone is that of the opposite, you’ll want to hair color on the warm spectrum such as an orangey red to glorious blonde as well as almond brown. A warm colored hair best accentuates a cool skin tone; this is usually common with less saturated self tanners. If your tan is quite warm, having cool tones for your hair color such as champagne, a dark shade of brown and blond would work well for you. Now, if you’re an adventurous individual, choosing outrageous colors such as purple or white might be a hit or miss so it’s best to avoid those.

Before dying your hair, it’s always best to try out if you might be allergic to the hair dye. No one really wants to have an allergic reaction with their scalp as that not only makes your experience really bad but might cause you to shave your hair off to avoid further complications. Much like self tanners, always try to test out what you’re putting on your skin to make the experience worthwhile. If you’re not too courageous to change your hair color, nothing to be ashamed of! Being comfortable in how you look is a result that tanning hopes to achieve.