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Choosing Your Wig Color, Color Rings, & Color Descriptions

Choosing your wig color is an exciting process as you have an abundance of color options available. Although many choose to stick with a wig that matches their natural hair color, picking a different color can add a new flare to your appearance by allowing you to try something new. However, choosing the correct color is easier said than done. To correctly learn how to choose a wig color, it’s best to find a little help when wig shopping as a professional will be better able to assist you with understanding your color options and how a color will match you skin tone.
  • We first recommend you look through the color swatches available on each wig description. This provides you with a great wig color guide so you can see exactly what the color looks like. Many women enjoy looking through the different colors available and finding one they love.
  • You can also order a color ring. This allows you to compare it directly to existing hair or hold it against your skin to find the best fit for your coloring.
  • Ask for our help!  We would be happy to discuss the differences between colors, or send us a high-quality picture or a hair sample and we will help match your wig to your exisisting color.

Get Started With Our Wig Color Guide Today

We love helping our clients find the perfect wigs to make them feel confident and beautiful. There is nothing like regaining your hair through a gorgeous wig. Please feel free to contact us if you have any questions. We will be glad to assist you through every aspect of finding your perfect wig. We invite you to browse through the site, read our blogs, view our videos and then find the wig that will enhance your beauty and strength.

Choose a Color for Your Wig

 At Wigs by Patti's Pearls, we want to make it as easy as possible for you to find the right color for your wig.

 We make available three convenient ways to go about it. See below and choose the option that suits you best.

1. Use the swatches on the product pages

Find a wig you like and then look at the product page and choose the color you like

2. Let us recommend a color for you

If you're not certain what color to go with, you may want to see which color we believe may fit you best.

Simply take a picture of youself and send us an email at, or send us a hair sample for an even better match.

We will then email you back our color recommendation. Easy!

3. Purchase a Color Ring or use our Loaner program

Purchase one of the color rings at the link below.

 Once you receive the color rings, use it as a guide to help you choose a color.  Keep the ring for later use, or return the color ring and we will credit you back for the price you paid, minus shipping. 

See available color rings

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4. Color Desriptions Understanding Your Color Options

As a general rule when choosing a color, you’ll want to stay as close to your natural hair color or the color of your eyebrows as it offers a more natural look for seamless beauty. You don’t want to choose a color that’s too drastic. For example, if you have blonde eyebrows, it would be best to avoid a dark black wig. When picking a wig hair color, it’s important to understand how certain colors compliment your skin tone, eye color, and natural hair. Warm colors are often better for those with golden, olive, or dark skin. Those with undertones of pink, pale peach, or golden skin tones look great in warm colors. In addition, warm colors compliment those with golden brown, green, blue, or hazel eyes. If you enjoy wearing gold jewelry, warm colors will also compliment your jewelry. Look for wigs that offer dark browns, chestnuts, golden browns, auburns, or golden or red highlights.

Cool colors look great on people who have very dark skin tones with little to no pink undertones. Cool colored wigs are ideal for eye colors ranging from dark browns and blues to blue-grays and dark hazels. The best wig colors for these tones and eye colors include natural colors, like black, brown, white blonde, and even ash tones. If you like silver jewelry, cool colors will compliment your jewelry, too. However, you want to avoid bronze and auburn colors.