I wasn't sure if you were late 20's or early 30's but you have totally fab skin and great bone stucture.
I only asked because I am a good 10 years older than you and have naturally dark hair. I started going lighter 2 years ago in response to the ever-spreading grey and love it. It is so much more softer and flattering. My hair is now a sort of hazel colour with paler highlights. Personally I think you would great with sort of caramel-colour hair.
Hi Tortoise, I was just going to say caramel/ toffee/ or reddish high/lowlights, then saw that that's what Talbot said. You have a nice tanned complexion, so could probably get away with something quite warm.
I'm a hairstylist and when I worked in a salon I specialised in cutting and colouring. Are you doing it yourself or going to a salon? A colourist can do some chunky high/lowlights of more than one shade to compliment your skintone and style, this would suit your age as you're a baby [smile. You can get a free consultation at any decent salon. If I were you I'd go along and see what you think of their recommendations.
Well, as another poster said you could have highlights and lowlights . I would sayt the advantage of highlights is that they are less obvious when they grow out so don't have to be done as often and you don't get such a definate line iyswim.