It’s that time of the year where we swap bikinis out for sweaters, iced coffee for lattes, and summer highlights for more seasonally appropriate aumtumn hair colours.
Adding caramel highlights on brown hair is the hottest way to add dimension and switch up your shade in the most subtle, warming way.
What do you get when you cross blonde and brunette? We’re not joking, there’s a name for it - it’s bronde! Why choose one when you can have both?
More and more people are opting for the more natural looking bronde hair colour than ever before.
When it comes to switching up our shade, most of us are intimidated by drastic results. Until recently, blonde and brown hair colours were seen as distinctly separate hues, and could even play a significant role in our identity. It’s time to cast these hair colour-identifiers aside by combining our two favourite classic colours and going… bronde!
No matter what your skin complexion, eye or natural hair colour is, there’s a shade of blonde out there to suit everyone. However, the journey to blonde is not always a simple one; indeed, the unforgiving nature of oxidation (the discoloration process) sometimes means that stylists cannot grant the blonde wishes of all of their clients, due to the inherent risk of damage.
Whether you’re a platinum blonde or something that errs on the side of ash, there’s no heady power like leaving the salon with a fresh colour. And, if you’ve been looking to try something new when it comes to your mane, we have just the solution: dark blonde hair.