Light brown is a flattering shade that works for all skin tones, making it easy to maintain. Additionally, this hue makes a significant transitional step between blonde and brunette locks without making too drastic an effort. Try switching up your look with a mushroom blonde or chocolate brunette to compliment your pale skin tone. Add ash highlights and lowlights for added accentuation of this new style.
No matter your style of choice – from subtle to dramatic – ombre is one of the most versatile color techniques on the market. It typically involves gradually transitioning from darker to lighter tones while creating unique hues like turquoise or lavender. If you need assistance choosing the appropriate shade, seek advice from your hair colorist in selecting one that complements your skin tone best. Women with warm undertones typically look best in warmer shades like chestnut and golden brown; conversely, cooler tones such as ash blonde and strawberry blonde tend to work well on women with cooler complexions.
Red and Orange
Red and orange hues are vibrant, warm tones that pair beautifully with light brown hair. Reminiscent of natural elements like fall foliage or juicy citrus fruits, they recall natural beauty like fall foliage or juicy orange fruits. You can go bold or subtle regarding this hue – bold orange shades such as apricot are striking against darker skin tones, while more subdued pumpkin shades suit lighter complexions more effectively. Add drama and warmth to your look with an aubergine red hue – ideal for women with blue or green eyes! This cool-toned shade will complete any look! Strawberry blonde offers the ideal balance between orange and red, making it the perfect shade to accent with bold black money piece highlights for an eye-catching and alluring style.
Black Money Piece
Money pieces are a trendy highlight technique that creates face-framing highlights without using bleaching agents, thus less damaging your hair overall. Money pieces use hair color spray to highlight your front strands selectively for less damaging lighting results. This look works well with any hairstyle, from cascading Rapunzel braids to blunt-cut, no-nonsense bob. It looks incredibly stunning when applied to blonde locks; try opting for one or two shades lighter than your base shade for an authentic sun-kissed effect. Pink is an eye-catching hue, and pairing it with the money piece technique for an eye-catching summer look will turn heads. Use color-friendly shampoo and conditioner products so your new shade stays vibrant for as long as possible.
Golden blonde shades provide a sunny alternative to cool blonde hues when lightening brown hair. However, professional bleaching could potentially damage strands unless a pre-lightener is used to safeguard them. Choose this warm blonde shade on all or parts of your mane for a golden finish, or use subtle pink and golden highlights into darker brown roots to achieve multidimensional depth. Ask your stylist to work in caramel or honey balayage highlights for lighter tones for added dimension. To achieve the ideal shade of golden blonde, we advise consulting your colorist and using Garnier Olia shade 8.0 Medium Golden Blonde, as this formula features brilliant golden tones that complement all skin tones.
Dark brown hair with ash-blonde highlights is an elegant style for any woman, perfect for creating contrast through expert blending and dimension. Heavy highlighting around face-framing bits contrasts nicely with lighter highlights towards the crown, adding an inviting glow that complements skin tones perfectly. Cool brunette colors work best for women with pink or pale complexions, while those with darker complexions are better served with golden or red-based hues. Mushroom brown hair, named for portabella mushrooms, is another popular choice. It boasts a delicate yet sophisticated shade with its excellent, somber blend that looks fantastic on any length – especially if complemented with root melt or balayage techniques.