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Stand out with these Bridal Hair Colours for your wedding day

Ryan D'rozario By Ryan D'rozario on July 23, 2020

For any girl, her wedding day is a special event and naturally, everyone wants to look their best on their wedding day. After all, when you look back at all the wedding photographs, wouldn’t you want to look absolutely stunning? While you might have your hairstyle and make-up figured out for the big day, have you considered colouring your hair in stunning shades to stand out on this memorable occasion? Read on to find out how you can be a different bride for your wedding day.

1) Go Bold

If you really wish to switch up your look before your wedding day, you can be a little brave and go bold with a red tint to your hair. Red is a colour that suits all Indian skin tones and if you’re wearing a baby pink or peach coloured outfit, then this colour would look elegant and feminine. You could either opt for a global red look or go for highlights with the Godrej Professional No Ammonia range which has a wide variety of colours that you can choose from to suit your skin tone. A stylist can suggest the best combination of colours which will look great on you and enhance your features better.

2) Golden Goddess

Bring out your bridal glow and be a gold goddess by opting for the right shade of gold for you. Depending on your undertones, you can opt for pale gold for cooler tones or go warmer as well. This colour would be perfect for highlighting your hair since gold colours can be used to frame your face and add some brightness to it. We would recommend the Godrej Professional No Ammonia hair colour in the shade Dark Blonde with Gold Copper. These colours are specially crafted for Indian hair and are developed with the oil infused technology which enriches hair while colouring!

3)  The Sophisticated Bride

Like to keep it classic and simple? Then opt for a natural looking balayage with the Godrej Professional No Ammonia hair colour range. Balayage is a technique where the colour is applied by hand instead of using a foil or a cap, as is traditionally done. You can opt for a balayage that uses a combination of browns, caramels and golds, depending on your undertones, a stylist can help you select the shades that would work the best for you. A balayage blends seamlessly into your natural hair and will give you a polished look that looks very chic and elegant. It will also go very well with any coloured outfit and suits most Indian skin tones effortlessly.

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