Finding your perfect colour can be tricky, which is why we offer a range of colour matching services to help ensure you get your choice right the first time.
Achieving an accurate colour match is super important in order to create a seamless blend and natural finish, which is why our team are here to help you as much as possible.
For the most accurate colour match, we would advice purchasing our colour ring, however if you are unable to do so, here are a few other ways in which we can help match your hair.
Colour Ring Converter
Do you have a few different colour rings, but have not yet purchased a SimplyHair colour ring? Our expert team are able to tell you which SimplyHair colour will be the closest match.
Email us at [email protected] or call us on 0845 544 2717 between 9am-5pm and our team will be happy to help.
Unsure which shade to select? For a truly accurate match you can send up a sample in the post which we will match on site for you.
Send a sample of your existing hair extensions, or your own hair securely in an envelope to the address below. Please be sure to include a note with your name, contact details, and what type of fitting you are interested in (e.g. Sally, Contact number 123456789, email address [email protected], I am interested in 18″ Stick Tip), )so that we can get back to you as quickly as possible.
SimplyHair Colour Match,
Unit 13B Miners Way,
Lakesview Business Park,
Email Colour Match
No time to send a sample? We can help you with a colour match if you are able to send an image of your hair to [email protected]
Please ensure that your images are taken in natural light, and try to send 2 or 3 from different angles so that our team can gather the best possible idea of your hair colour. Please ensure your image shows your entire hair from root to tip.
Once we have received your images, our team will assess your hair colour, and respond with some suggestions for a suitable colour match.
Online Colour Chart
Use our online colour chart to choose your closest match. Please note that colours can appear different on screen in comparison to real life, due to different computer resolutions.