Technically, this hair colour isn’t a true sapphire because it has more of a teal tinge to it. But in any case, it is still a rich jewel tone colour that looks fabulous with Demi’s tanned skin and dark features. To get the best results when dying your hair this shade, follow these tips:
– Intense and unnatural shades like deep teal work better on shorter lengths like Demi’s shoulder length bob, so be prepared for lots of maintenance if you have longer locks.
– To keep depth and dimension in the hair, use your natural colour as lowlights throughout. Demi’s black low lights blend in with her jewel tone teal shade nicely and make it look less ‘punky’. Plus, when the teal starts to fade out, she won’t be left looking so washed out.
– Layers and waves throughout this hairstyle help to show off the colour better and bring out shine—something that can be lost when dying your hair an unnatural shade.
Once you have dyed your hair a rich jewel tone shade, it’s time to modify your makeup so it matches. Of course, you will look clownish if you pair vibrant makeup with this hair colour, so take some style tips from Demi and stick with deep tones that will accentuate your hair colour.
Demi has used a deep metallic copper-bronze eye shadow to create a dramatic smoky eye effect. While this would be too much for someone with fair skin, Demi (and ladies with medium to dark skin tones) can pull it off easily. Dark brown eyeliner and dramatic false lashes finish the eye makeup off with a bang!
Keep the rest of your face natural looking, as Ms. Lovato demonstrates here. A simple beige blush and natural sheer lipstick is all you need to finish off this luxe look.
And don’t forget to accessorize this jewel tone hair and makeup look. Demi has chosen two chunky gold chain necklaces to enhance her hair and makeup here. Go for heavy metal jewellery in gold or bronze, or wear sapphire, emerald or garnet stones to bring out the best of this opulent lo
If you’re the kind of girl that likes sexy, versatile bangs, then Bardot Bangs may be perfect for you. These were, of course, named after the iconic Brigitte Bardot, who was famous for her long tousled hair and fringe. Bardot bangs are parted in the middle or just slightly off-centre and layered around the eyes and cheekbones. They are usually worn slightly curled with loads of volume infused throughout.