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The Ultimate Hair Color Chart for Weaves: Everything You Need to Know About Coloring Your Hair

If you want to add some color to your weave, you’ve come to the right place! In this blog article, we will provide a detailed hair color chart for braiding. We’ll discuss all the possible colors and give tips on how to choose the right color for your hair.

Features of hair tones and tables

Features of hair tones and tables
Photo from @thyfercarteladecores

The fact is that hair shades are not always represented by numbers in the table. Not all dye manufacturers use this technique, but rather prefer to call the colors by their names, such as caramel, coffee with milk, light glaze, and so on. Let’s try to understand in our article what this or that shade name means.

Hair tones in the table

Hair tones in the table
Photo from @goualltyhaircolor

The main thing to remember is that not all tables can contain the same data. Some dye manufacturers have their own catalogs, with their own dye numbers represented as numbers to the corresponding picture of the hair color. In this table, each shade under its number is under the column of its color. For example, if it is purple, then all the shades with numbers on them will have a slope in the light, darker or more contrasting side.

The name of the blond hair shades without a table

The name of the blond hair shades without a table
Photo from @goualltyhaircolor

As we wrote above, not all paint manufacturers use a color chart. There are similar ones, as shown in the picture with their own names. This can be confusing, so if you have chosen any shade for future hair coloring, it is better to bring the master in the salon an example of your choice.

Table of hair shades on dye packs

Table of hair shades on dye packs
Photo from @hairs.vn

In stores, retailers can not always provide a catalog of paint shades, so you have to figure out the values on the packaging yourself. Each package of dye has its number on it, and the color of the hair shade that should be after dyeing is provided.

Alternative names for hair tones

Alternative names for hair tones
Photo from @amandaraebecker

Here’s another example, where the hair shades are not in a table, but just in a selection, with a more lively and realistic photo of real hair. Each shade has its own name, which will help you decide on your choice right away.

Hair tones and eye color

Hair tones and eye color
Photo from @thebeautylounge.acton

Very handy tables with the names of shades, instead of the classic numbers, go right away with instructions on where and which one, best suits your eye color. A clear instruction will immediately allow you to understand for yourself which shade is suitable and which shade is better to avoid.

Handy photo selection of blonde hair shades

Handy photo selection of blonde hair shades
Photo from @modernsalon

Instead of the classic table, it is very convenient to use a photo-set of light hair shades, which indicates the slightest difference in tone. This way you will have a better idea of how your hair color will look after coloring.