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There’s a saying that blondes have more fun. Some people are not bold enough to try it out because they are of African-American descent, but you shouldn’t let that get in the way of your risqué hair trials. PYNK is here to help you pick out the correct shade for you and your complexion.
Blonde hair varies from very light shades like platinum to darker shades close to the color of honey and light brown. Now, if you don’t want to go fully blonde, highlights are an option as well. We have seen some lighter complexioned people who go blonde and looked absolutely ridiculous. So let’s kick that myth out the door.
First thing you should do is find out what shade suits you. By trying on wigs or color swatches, you are able to see what is suitable for you. Please remember to try human haired wigs which will provide a more accurate shade to pick from, rather than synthetic which tends to be darker. Always go to a professional colorist, when you want to get your hair colored. A colorist will know how to blend colors together to achieve what you want.
We have nothing against box dye that you get at your local beauty supply or drugstore, but sometimes if you have colored your hair previously the box color will not give you results and a professional might have to strip your hair first before coloring. Remember, after coloring you should maintain your hair by deep conditioning and moisturizing treatments. Here are some of our favorite blonde looks from brown bombshells.