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If you're searching for the right hair color for your brown eyes and pale complexion with warm tones, you're in luck. With dark warm eyes and a warm skin tone, all you need to do is a choose the warm hair color shade that most suits your personal style goals and your transformation is done. Oh, and since your skin is fair, you'll just want to avoid extremely severe colors and cool tones -- think blue-black or ash blond -- to avoid washing out your complexion. A simple process for a beautiful finish.
If you're a beauty maven with a taste for all things classic, dark brown is right up your alley. Visualize beauties of the past such as Audrey Hepburn with her saucer-like brown eyes, warm fair skin and deep brunette locks. The dark brown hue is a close match to your eyes, making them pop. To play up your fair skin, opt for a neutral dark brown -- to coax out your skin's warmth, opt for a warm dark brown infused with natural golden highlights. So pretty.
Multi-Tonal Honey Blond
You've probably stared at fashion photos of platinum blonds with full knowledge that your skin tone will never allow such a cool-colored coif, but don't feel too disappointed. Go for the same super-light effect without losing your skin's natural glow. Let your stylist know you want to go super-light, but ask for honey blond hair with baby-blond -- near white -- highlights. The multi-dimensional effect offers the blond bombshell effect you're craving with the depth and sunny tones your complexion needs. Oh, and the contrast will really make those brown eyes stand out.
Light Golden Brown
When you're just looking for a beautiful color to enhance your skin tone and eye color without doing anything dramatic, light golden brown is just your color. Whether your hair is naturally light, dark or in the middle, achieving this color won't mean excessive lifting or depositing of color -- a good way to keep hair healthy. Think of light golden brown as a soft caramel brown that shimmers with allover golden tones. All of your features will work beautifully together with the addition of such a soft shade.
Dark Warm Blond
When you've explained to your friends over and over that you want to go blond but not very light, but that you're not into light brown, everyone is likely feeling exhausted. You're onto something here, and it's called dark warm blond. This sandy shade isn't super vibrant like brighter blonds -- it's subdued with a hint of gold a la Jennifer Aniston's not-too-light, not-too-dark blond tresses. Since the color is a few shades darker than your skin tone and much lighter than your eyes, you'll illuminate your fair complexion and your eyes with equal intensity.