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Evan Rachel Wood's Too Bright and Brassy Hue: FAIL
There are a few things wrong with this shade on Wood. Since she is super fair skinned, the brightness of the color washes her complexion out completely. The other beauty foul here? Her makeup.
"If you're going to change hair colors, more often than not you will need to change your makeup palette," says De Souza. "Cooler colors often complement warmer red tones and should be used instead of bright, vibrant colors so they don't clash." Though Wood's neutral eyes bring out her hue nicely, her pink lips don't mix well with her new color.
If you're looking to try this trend, De Souza says to give your stylist your hair history upfront. "Bring pictures so that you make sure you are both on the same page and talk about the different options to achieving the color that you want."
It's also important that you make sure you can handle the upkeep of a new dye job. "You may have to color your hair more frequently to keep its vibrancy and prevent fading," warns De Souza. "Red tones wash out more easily, so a great way to maintain your color is to ask for a red tone gloss to revive the warmth of the shade. At home, try not to shampoo every day and when you do, make sure it's a pigmented shampoo and conditioner like Davines Alchemic Copper Shampoo and Conditioner."