The summer is over and it’s time to indulge in new colors in make-up and hair. This above all because the sand, the sun and the saltiness have given a nice blow even to the brighter colors that, having arrived at the terminus, need a nice freshening up! As always, the web and the most famous hairstylists don’t get caught unprepared and already offer numerous tips on the options at stake, valid for both blondes and blackberries! Toasted coconut for natural golden shades This coloration starts from dark roots left in plain sight and continues with degradé effects and iridescent nuances that tend to blond milk. The result is a sweet, harmonious, balanced and above all sexy nuance, which manages to combine opposing colors while achieving a dynamic and balanced chromatic effect.
The cuts that enhance this shade are those of medium length with slight scaling, which make the color lively and three-dimensional. In addition, the toasted coconut is perfectly suited to light or amber-colored fleshed faces, while it loses luster on too dark complexions. Brighten your face instantly, giving a touch of freshness and shine. Finally, it is a color that can be easily kept at home using professional products that protect the color, from shampoo to pigmented masks. Only by relying on specific products can yellow shades or total fading be avoided, so it is essential to keep at home professional anti-yellow lines such as those of WELLA PROFESSIONAL, created especially for white, bleached or lightened hair. Dirty blonde for a radical but sober change This color is a cross between the bright blond and the light brown and is perfect for those who want to gradually become more blonde, considering that it is a little committed and inconspicuous shade. The stars have loved it for a while: just think of Jennifer Aniston, Cara Delevingne and Bella Hadid who, from natural blackberries, are slowly beautiful blondes without becoming a fist in the eye. Although the term literally means "dirty blond", in reality it is an elegant shade, which adapts to short cuts, medium and long, to any complexion and at any age. Its characteristic is to mix light, dark and degraded shades, keeping only the darkest root. A total natural effect really impacting! Caramel to feel like a diva This color is ideal for those who want dark hair but not too much and avoid mocha or seasonal red chocolate like the plague. Caramel is a cross between brown and blond and is probably the winning color of autumn 2019, including a whole series of beautiful shades: burnt caramel, caramel milk, salted caramel mocha, warm honey caramel, pumpkin caramel and the butterstock, or the declination recently chosen by Sienna Miller OR EMMA STONE
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