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Blonde: One Colour type, 3 different styles.

The objective: finding a Blonde that floats your boat. They’re more diverse than a Blonde joke gives them credit for.

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The objective: finding a Blonde that floats your boat. They’re more diverse than a Blonde joke gives them credit for and finding the Colour that works for you can be deceptively hard. So if you’re looking to add a spark into your Colour but can’t decide which bar door you want to open, maybe this will give you some guidance.



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Option 1

Option 1 calls for a full head of Platinum Blonde - just one solid Colour, no Highlights. It’s drastic, its modern, it's edgy. Because there are no Highlights or Lowlights, we rely on the Colour’s reflect for dimensions, so we head for the High Lift Blonde range with their variety of Cool reflects.

What’s to know?
One Colour wonder.
May need extra Toning.
Can be high maintenance, as it will show your Regrowth a lot quicker than other styles. However, as you are only using one Colour, it is an easy application.

Use these Products: High Lift Blonde and 40 Volume Developer.



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Option 2

You know when you want a Colour that looks like you haven’t actually Coloured your Hair, yeah this is it. It’s a genuine, down to earth tone that truly can be mistaken for your own Colour. Like the Platinum Blonde option above, we stick with one Colour. Although this time we choose a Natural Colour as we don’t need reflects, hopefully, they can Naturally be added after some time in the sun.

What's to know?
One Colour wonder.
Low maintenance Colour.
Its Natural look disguises regrowth well.

Use these Products: 7 Medium Blonde or 8 Light Blonde and 30 Volume Developer.



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Option 3

Possibly the lowest maintenance Colour to exist, nothing compares to the Balayage / Bronde effect of Natural Colour at the roots and Highlights through the ends. It's fun, gives the Hair great energy and the staggered Highlights makes an easy to keep Colour. Plus this style is so achievable for beginners and a great way to get acquainted with Highlights.

What's to know?
Stick with your Natural Colour at the roots and simply paint Highlights around your face and ends of your Hair with a Lighter Colour.
Choose a Blonde 2 shades Lighter for contrast.
Start the Highlights at least 3 - 4 centimetres from the scalp, keeping them thin and staggering them throughout your Hair.
Low maintenance Colour.
Your Regrowth is a part of the Colour.

Use these Products: 9 Very Light Blonde for a Lighter Highlight. 7.3 Golden Blonde for a more Bronzed Highlight.


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