Korean "Tea Toned Hair” Is 2021’s IT Hair Colour, And The Best Part Is This Natural Lightened Effect Works Well On Any Skin Tone!
With a choice of all sorts of tones including cold tea brown, black tea brown, and honey tea brown, you really are spoiled for choice. It seems this season’s ‘in’ tea colour is all about red. Below we have compiled illustrations that will help you sort out the true "tea hair colour" to suit you. We hope you’ll find the perfect tea tone!
Cold Tea Brown
The combination of milk tea colour and beige brown is full of sweetness, completely low-key and very natural looking. This hue results in a very high end texture and style. Amazingly, the hair does not need to go through the process of bleaching and can be dyed directly into a natural brown flax. Under the sunlight, the cold tea brown shows hints of exoticism, and the underexaggerated colour really suits anyone, no matter the skin tone.
Black tea is definitely not the simplistic tone you’d be thinking of. The colour is a mixture between a lovely cool brown and black, meaning you’ll illustrate shades of brown and dark brown, with black layers intertwined. The full effect looks stunning under the natural sunlight, looking less harsh than pure black, lighter and not as heavy. This choice will look great on somebody who likes going makeup free and is highly recommended for skin with yellowish undertones.
3.Honey Tea Brown
Honey tea brown combines a mixture of honey, brown, and tea. It is bright, warm and holds a sense of lightness. The colour also has a first-class age-reducing effect, perfect for those wishing to lose years off their face. Honey tea brown is suitable for most skin tones, with the exception being those with wheat-bronze skin, as the tone will tend to blend into the complexion. Dyeing the hair color this hue is bound to make hair look shiny and bright, with hair texture and quality improving instantly.