This is about brown to blonde ombre hair: effortlessly. We are not just referring to the relaxing atmosphere it exudes, although it does exude the carefree energy that we like. It also includes the care and maintenance after the salon. Thanks to the seamless color transition between dark and high light, ombré can grow naturally without the need for color-correcting shampoo, conditioner, or toner. Anyone who has experienced platinum or pastel painting knows that this is a great reward.

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The choice of correct tone depends on your skin color background (warm/cool) and your personal preference: Some women prefer Chocolate brown hair, while others try Noble excellent color. Choose the right color; chocolate color can make your face look refreshed and look younger. According to the Four Seasons dressing rules, when creating an image that suits you, you must choose colors to set your natural colors. Women with warm golden background color belong to autumn color. With chocolate hair color, it will show the light red luster of warm color and look great. Women with cold or olive skin (color type in summer or winter) should try dark velvet-soft tones instead of warm red. These colors are usually colors like hot chocolate or black chocolate. For those “spring girls” with transparent and friendly skin backgrounds and natural golden or strawberry hair, chocolate color is not their best choice because the face of “spring” will look washed off in such a rich and energetic frame.

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Dark Blonde

Brown blonde hair color is so versatile that you might not know that this or that deep blonde has a specific name.
Honey, caramel, strawberries, butter, champagne – most tones sound delicious, and there’s no denying that hair is a treat. Not to mention the platinum and gold tones, which suggest that hair can become the most precious jewels. And not only that, balayage and incredulous color technology allow you to mix several of these shades in a single chapel.

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