What Colour is Bronde?

Whether it's on the red carpet or on social media, one hair colour has become so popular the last few years that you'll notice it everywhere after reading this. We're talking about bronde of course. But what colour is bronde? 

Think light brown hair mixed with soft blonde highlights to create deliciously warm, golden tones. Imagine tortoiseshell glasses for your hair; it's the perfect solution for brunettes who want to explore lighter shades without committing to going all-over blonde. 

There are two effective ways to create this universally flattering look. The first is using foils, the second by hand painting streaks, which is known as the balayage technique. Subtle blonde highlights that have been painted onto hair that's naturally brown work best, as the reverse can risk looking too harsh or stripy. Brushing colour onto larger sections makes the variations more intense than babylights but less dramatic than ombre. Done correctly, it should blend in effortlessly with your natural hair colour as it grows out.

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Bronde is also wonderfully easy to maintain. Inherently gradual and natural looking and makes for an extremely low maintenance hair colour that requires minimal touch-ups, no more than a few times a year. Take your cue from the long line of A-listers who have adopted the honeyed-caramel tones, ensuring this stunning trend that pops up regularly is here to stay.

If you think you would like to try the look before diving in to a salon colour change, try blending  your natural hair with Medusa human hair extensions in bronde 6/60P#. The colour is available in our Original Full Head Clip In Set in 18 inches, 20 inches, and 22 inches and now in Original Remy Tape In Hair in 16 inches and 20 inches.

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