Do you need to change your jewellery now you’ve changed your hair colour?
What’s the answer? Short answer is – Yes….and No.
Changing your hair colour merely means adapting what you have and introducing a few newbies along the way. The rules you once followed have virtually flipped.
This is quite a dramatic change so it means that my lighter coloured earrings are getting lost in my hair, BUT only when its down. So I shall wear them when my hair is pulled back and put up.
And I love the look of long chandelier style earrings like these being worn with hair pulled back.
It really showcases your face and your statement jewellery, bringing them to the forefront and even becoming a conversation piece.
So now my dark and black earrings that I could only wear when my copper red hair was up, I can now wear with my hair up or down. If you have darker coloured hair and wear a darker earring it will blend more into your hair. But if that is the look you are after, something subtle, then by all means wear them with your hair down. If they have a shine to the metal or gems to add sparkle, then they will still stand out slightly at night time events.
However, now that my hair is lighter, it is empowering me to wear some vibrant coloured earrings and necklaces. It also depends on what look you are wanting to achieve as well as your individual style as well as if it is a special event or just for everyday wear.
The main thing to remember with your hair colour and jewellery is that if you find you love a pair of black earrings and you have dark hair, buy them anyway and wear them with your hair up. Vice versa with blonde and lighter hair. Snap those light earrings up and flip your hair into a messy bun and be on your way.
Check out these celebrities, they have stylists so they know what to do.
It is all about playing and experimenting and having fun with jewellery.