WHETHER you are a brunette who wants to lighten up or a blonde who want to go darker, there’s a shade for everyone in the celeb-loved bronde trend. A darker base shade with light highlights will give a shade that’s part blonde and part brown, or “bronde”. Perfect for your winter hair change.
It is very important to stay fairly close to your natural hair colour. Going too light or dark will only take away from your natural colouring.
Highlights are fun, but sometimes more isn’t better. You can look completely washed out with light blonde hair as well as inky black hair. But, somewhere in between, you can glow!
A very blended ombre look, like Elizabeth Olsen’s, is ideal for fair skinned ladies. The lighter colour at the ends warms up fair skin. Don’t go to extremes, just enhance your natural colour by going a few shades lighter or darker.
Two Words: Multicoloured Highlights. Think caramel to ash blonde. This is perfect for medium complexions like Guiliana Rancic, as they enhance the skin’s natural tone. This trick also makes a person look a few years younger.
Darker Skin Tone
With a deeper skin tone, warm butterscotch blonde can be incorporated into the hair colour without running the risk of looking washed-out. Dark hair can look very dramatic and striking, but when adding a lighter tone, like Beyonce does, it can soften up the face and give a natural glow.