7.0 Hair Color – The Hero of All hair Colors

Don’t compare yourself to a 7.0, as your versatile natural shade allows you to be whatever you wish. This adaptable base shade provides solutions for most coloring needs, from covering grey hairs to revitalizing faded orange.

Medium Blonde

Warm golden blonde is a natural-looking hue that complements medium complexions well and is the ideal option for brunettes looking to transition quickly into blonde shades. Ask your stylist about adding wheaty blonde highlights for added depth and softening effects for extra dimension.

Use this richly pigmented hair color kit for natural-looking balayage with its non-damaging and ammonia-free lightening process [rephrase]. It is made with shea, coconut, and olive oils that nourish while lightening locks strands simultaneously [rephrase].

Medium Golden Blonde

Gold hues provide a warm alternative that works well on all complexions, such as this honeyed balayage that features subtle vanilla and hazelnut tones in its buttery blonde mane for an irresistibly sun-kissed effect.

Ask your colorist for golden highlights that are strategically arranged on each strand – this approach works particularly well for natural brunettes who want to brighten up their dishwater blonde without going too light.

Depending on the density of your dark roots, use a demi-permanent shade such as Blondage High Bright to lift them to your preferred underlying tone before applying your warm golden blonde hue and finishing it off with hair gloss for shiny locks.

Medium Ash Blonde

Ash blonde is a refreshing, cool-toned shade that can be added in several ways to your hair color palette, from full head coverage for an allover sun-kissed glow, to adding depth and dimension, or as highlights. The balayage coloring technique works beautifully by hand painting the color onto individual strands for more natural-looking highlights that require less maintenance due to root regrowth.

L’Oreal Paris Superior Preference offers exceptional color finish and longevity while remaining free of common scalp irritants, such as silicone or alcohol, to keep strands healthy throughout their coloring experience.

Dark Blonde

Dark blonde is an ideal hue that suits most complexions, from warm golden shades to more excellent dark ash blonde hues that work better during the fall and winter seasons.

Ask your colorist to help you achieve an effortless look with natural-looking highlights and rich-rooted dark blonde to create a rich ombre fade that perfectly blends in with natural strands. This hair color choice makes for an effortless style, ideal for women who wear loose or slight waves, and features subtle highlights.

Reducing dark blonde can take time, but the wait can be worthwhile. According to Matrix brand ambassador George Papanikolas and Redken colorist Matt Rez (who works with clients such as Gigi Hadid and Ciara), you should expect up to four months between touchups.

Dark Brown

Rich dark brown hues are always an excellent option. Not only can they add depth and dimension, but they’re also suitable for all skin tones. Consider choosing chocolate brown hair color with additional red styles for warmth or the timeless classic dark brunette shade.

Highlights can add incredible vibrancy and shine to dark brunette locks, complimenting tousled beach waves beautifully while showing off any beautiful balayage work you may be doing.

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