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it's slightly redish tone in the sun, but my real hair color was like a really dark chestnut, wih a tiny bit of dark red tones in it, so i think that's partially it. I remember when i did the blue-black though it really didn't work with my skintone because i have kinda tan/olive skin, im not a fair skinned person. i'll see if i can find a good before and after pic.

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Personally, I think that jet black hair with a tan can look good. As long as the tan is not too overly fake (aka orange), it looks good. Matter of fact, when Christina Aguilera had black hair, she didn't look too bad.

It wasn't until she got dread-like hair and turned orange that it looked like a bad idea.

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yah, i dont have a fake tan, im just naturally darker. im half native american, and live in southern california, so it's a bit inevitable, even though most of the time im indoors drawing

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okay, my apologies it took so long for these pics...
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^ that looks terrific, jun!!

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thanks quimby! i quite like it myself

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I'm really tempted to dye my hair black (it's dark brown naturally) but for some reason my face is always really red and I'm afraid it will clash.

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Looks great! I think it brings your eyes out more.

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I always think about either going chocolate brown or jet black with my hair, lol. But I'm rather happy with my natural haircolor (for now). South Chinese genes gave me brown black hair, pretty natural highlights so that under light, it shimmers brown but in the shade it's black.

I first noticed it when my Kindergarten teacher told me I got a really pretty haircolor while I was playing in the garden of the kindergarten.

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I just colored my hair midnight black its like blue black...i love brown hair but the black makes my make up stand out more...it does look nice if Im more tan but it doesnt look so bad when my skin is lighter.

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/\ it really does make make-up look better! i realized that too...my colors fading a bit, i need to redo it...i think though i need to redo the whole color instead of a root touch up though...

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my natural hair color was almost jet black, well its like black brown. I've dyed about twice a mahogany/burgundy brown. and then at an attempt to get it back to its natural hair color i dyed it a dark brown.

nothing really happened though. my hair still is red in the light! what do you guys suggest i do? i'm kind of apprehensive about going to a salon because i'm strapped on cash....but if there is a good dye on the shelf that will do the job.

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Tips for maintenance?

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glossing.

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my hair is short and middle brown at the moment but i want to go for black. now i am pretty much on the pale side and scared that black hair will make me look like a corpse somehow :/ can black hair suit you when you have a pale complexion and should i go for jet black or bluish black?

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