Should You Choose Your Next Hair Color Based on Your Aura?
An astrologer tells you everything you need to know.
Color can heal. And it can also allow us to understand ourselves on a deeper, soulful level.
Since it allows us to access our intuitive side, imagine what life would be like if we could regularly see our bodies truest vibrant auric color? Imagine being about to see our moods and the feelings of everyone around us?
Although the untrained eye cannot see our aura without meditating, it’s always present. And while we cannot regularly access the spiritual atmosphere that outlines our bodies, we can dye our hair specific colors to boost the auric vibration circling us.
But before we dive in, let’s dish on what the aura is.
Everyone has an energetic field radiating from their body that varies in color. The human eye is conditioned to not see it, however. But it displays your inner vibe using a variety of colors.
The aura, just like our emotions, can change depending on how you're feeling that day, or the general theme of our lives any given moment.
How to Find Your Aura
Start off by looking in the mirror for a minute in front of a white background, then concentrate on a focal point in the middle of your forehead. Without moving your eyes, scan the outer perimeter of your head and shoulders. The color you see surrounding you is your aura.
Another way to find your aura is to stare at your hands for approximately one minute. The glow you see radiating from the outside lining of your hands is your aura.
But please note that it may take a few tries to actually see anything — practice makes perfect!
Once you have found and noted your aura, you can get started with discovering your next hair color.
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What the Aura Color Chart Says About Your Energy
- White: Balanced
- Grey: Skeptic
- Brown: Selfish
- Black: Pessimist
- Yellow: Optimist
- Green: Earthy
- Blue: Sensitive
- Indigo: Inner Wisdom
- Violet: Spiritually Aware
It's important to note that you can have varying and blended shades of the colors above. You can also have more than one color present in your enteric field, as well, which is known as a rainbow aura.
What Hair Color Should I Choose Based on My Aura?
In order to find the perfect hair color for your aura, we look at the characteristics of each color. By understanding these colors and what they can add to our lives, we can inspire ourselves on a subconscious level to evolve.
And, while yes, some of these options may seem a bit risky, there's no better time than quarantine to test out a shade that's a little outside of your comfort zone.
Consider an ombré finish to fully embrace your balanced energy. Look no further than Chrissy Teigen, queen of the look, for a little inspiration.
Go for golden hair to help you to let go of negative energy. Yvonne Orji took her braids to the next level by adding in some honey blonde hair when she vacationed in Mexico last year.
Dying your hair a magenta shade can help rid you of self-doubt and allow you to lean into your visions. How dark or vibrant you go is up to you, but if you're willing to take a risk, follow Ruby Rose's lead.
Adding chunky blonde or caramel pieces to your hair will open your heart and make you more giving to others. Thanks for the protective style inspo, Eve!
Dyeing your hair a shade of purple will help to inspire your artistry. We loved Justine Skye's look from 2017.
A muted lilac will allow you to access your intuition daily. Kelly Osborne has long rocked this style.
Rose gold will help you to become more self-expressive and creative. If our May 2020 cover star Lady Gaga isn't proof enough, then we don't know what is.
Adding teal to your hair will amp up your social awareness and personal integrity. Hilary Duff took this color for a test drive in the early days of quarantine.
Going for a deep red will help you to understand your emotions on a soulful level. Keke Palmer wore this color to promote her latest project, Virgo Tendencies.
Consider dyeing your entire head of a hair a lighter shade than your natural color to help tone down and balance out all of the energy that surrounds you. Emily Ratajkowski went blonde earlier this summer for her partnership with Kerastase before going back to her signature brunette hair.