We’ve listed the most commonly used hair tones and their tone numbers, with some images to make it easier for you to see if the tones are right for you. We all know how important it is to make sure that the tone of our hair extensions matches our own hair tone, and the struggle of making sure what hair extensions you’re buying online.
My reason for doing this is simple: whenever we’ve bought hair extensions online with the girls, some companies have named their tones after foods or something else like caramel, coffee, sun etc. All the tones have been assigned a number and the correct tone, which hopefully clears things up for you.
Ombre Hair color chart
Here’s a few examples how the most common dip dye hair extensions look like. Obviously this list is endless, since there’s endless amounts of dip dye hair matches out in the world ranging all across the rainbow and back.
Here’s the most common ombre hair extensions tones: