This style is gorgeous for either blondes or brunettes. For blondes, it’s a great change for
the run up to winter, to really warm up your locks and give depth to your blonde. By adding
honey and caramel tones this adds a lot of texture to your hair, without the colour being
too drastic. Introduce the darker colour underneath the top layer of your hair for a more
natural look. This way, when you wish to get back to your original sun-kissed blonde, it
won’t take too many costly trips to the hairdressers.
For brunettes, adding blonde highlights can really lift your colour and revamp your style.
This is great for summer when you want to brighten your locks and add a hint of boardwalk
style. How dark your hair is will depend on how long it may take to achieve such colour.
Try to avoid at all costs using a peroxide to achieve a blonde; although this will be a quick
fix, it’s really not healthy for your hair and causes a great deal of damage that’s almost
impossible to reverse. Brunettes should try a high-lift tint; unlike peroxide, it’s by all means
kinder to your hair and can achieve a similar result. A high-lift tint is great for achieving
those caramel tones, however this product may take a few trips to the hairdressers to
achieve such a lighter blonde colour.
So get to the hairdressers, find a picture of the colour you want and start working towards
your fantastic mix of blonde and dark locks!