If the "milk tea" color particularly flatters fair skin, it can easily be worn by women with darker skin tones... We'll explain!
Because this trend is about to dethrone the simple chestnut and the timeless ash blond from which it is inspired, we decided to dissect it for you.
Born in Japan, this new hair color refers to the color of milk tea, a pretty milky light brown. After the coloring “warm espresso” (a warm brown) or even “blonde roast” (literally roasted blonde), this name is taken from a hot drink does not surprise us at all. But who suits this particularly original color?
The question you are all asking yourself at this stage of your reading: is this color, certainly ultra-trendy, suitable for your complexion? Answers. If the "milk tea" color is particularly luminous, it is still more flattering on fair to very fair skin. Indeed, it is not obvious that dark or dark skin can be enhanced by such a light shade...In our opinion, it is important that the hair color enhances the skin color and not the reverse. The risk? Greatly tarnish his mine. Because yes, this coloring flirting with gray, the risk of gray mine is unfortunately not to be excluded. That's why those who take the plunge have to pay attention to the regular maintenance of this ultra-trendy color which, when it is as well cared for as it is done, can be incredibly luminous and flattering.
Are you going to succumb to the most desirable coloring of the moment?