For light grey hair, stick with the Lt. Taupe. It's the best most natural choice for Lt. Blondes, or Lt.Grey hair. Professional makeup artist suggest this as well. The Lt. Taupe is a perfect shade, won't turn yellow or red. Just the perfect Lt. Taupe, that is a true Natural shade of Taupe. The whole idea is your brow but better, and this is The Best, Natural Taupe Color. The Lt. Taupe! I did also try the next shade up, and that's good but too dark for me.
answered 1 year, 11 months ago
(Long Beach, CA)
probably a greyish taupe or very neutral greyish brown. These are not easy colors to find. Just plain grey tends to look odd. A decent but unpredictable product is Browlistic by Paula's Choice which is a sort of cross between a marking pen and a brush. comes in medium and light and in reality the medium is quite dark and the light is a medium color. It is easy to use and very long lasting and is a natural looking taupe. But the quality is unpredictable. Sometimes the product goes on and on, others have dried up rather quickly. The company has been very gracious in replacing these. I store them standing with the brush facing down and use all three that I currently own (an original purchase and the two "gracious" replacements to get a complete set of brows. None of them lasts enough at one time to do a whole brow but they seem to recover after a few minutes so by rotating them I accomplish what I need. However this is still my "go to" for long lasting, natural looking brows. They are $10 each.
answered 2 years, 6 months ago
I would try and stick with something pretty neutral like the "blonde". It's really not too light but its not yellow which you want to stay away from if you have grey hair. Use it lightly just to fill it sparse areas.
answered 2 years, 8 months ago