When I went from brunette to blonde, my go to neutral of black changed to white (find out more about that here) because my natural value changed (find out more about that here). I also now find that grey is good neutral but dark brown which was good when I had dark brown hair isn’t as good anymore.
Fortunately there are a myriad of other neutrals to choose from. Neutrals are like colours, and you can test them to see if they work for you, as you would a colour.
Some universal neutrals that everyone can wear include:
Cool Complexion: Dark Chocolate, rose beige, pure white, blue grey, French navy(dark navy), charcoal blue grey
Hold them up and see which are most flattering on your complexion. You will also find that the neutrals that are most flattering for you will mix and match most easily with the colours that suit you best.
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