So you just stepped out of the salon, feeling fab as your glorious new haircolor glistens and sparkles in the sun. Your tresses may look terrific, but here's the thing: your look isn't complete until you find a fabulous makeup moment that flatters your new hair hue! From Eva Marcille-platinum to Melanie Fiona-black, here are beauty looks to flatter every haircolor on the spectrum.
Hair Hue: Silvery Platinum
Eva Marcille rocks lightweight, subtly shimmery makeup to let her platinum pixie shine. Go for spiky black lashes, orange blush and a frosted, pale champagne lipstick.
Hair Hue: Sunny Yellow
Keri Hilson picks up on the sunny yellow tones in her hair by sporting a golden-yellow shadow accented with soft emerald. She finishes off the look with a sheer, pale pink gloss.
Hair Hue: Golden Highlights
Zoe Kravitz sticks to warm, rosy tones to flatter her golden highlights. Go for a dab of gold shadow on the inner corners of eyes, rosy blush and a sheer, strawberry stain on lips.
Hair Hue: Golden Brown
Vanessa Williams chooses golden-pinks to flatter her luminous locks. To define the soft look, swipe on three coats of volumizing black mascara.
Hair Hue: Multi-Colored Streaks
Make chunky, multi-colored highlights pop with a statement lip! Here, Nicole Ari Brown goes for the bold in neon pink lipstick.
Hair Hue: Bright Red
The drama of fire engine red hair is enhanced with a matching lipstick and painstakingly defined eyes. Rihanna rocks skinny black eyeliner and a ruby red mouth — so hot.
Hair Hue: Burgundy
Pick up on the cool undertones in burgundy locks with a matte, violet-blue eyeshadow. So pretty, especially when paired with a soft pink gloss.
Hair Hue: Brown with Auburn Highlights
Don’t overpower softly highlighted brunette hair with an electric lip! Instead, sport smokey eyes and a natural gloss, like Iman.
Hair Hue: Dark Brown
A bold lip is the perfect contrast to dark haircolor. Zoe Saldana cranks up the drama with a berry-red lip and subtly winged eyeliner.
Hair Hue: Black
Jet black hair like Melanie Fiona’s can handle a super-deep lip. Try a vampy, wine-plum lipstick and offset it with a swoop of black liquid liner.