Here is how to find the prettiest golden, honey, or platinum shades for your complexion
With its icy whiteness, platinum blonde hair color brings the drama. It creates energizing contrast with cool skin tones and makes eyes pop. This tone looks amazing with a smoky eye and red lip if you opt for platinum blonde hair color.
Perfect for fair skin because the shade is close to skin complexion therefore there is no stark contrast. It’s also a wonderful transitional colour, perfect for those who are not quite ready for the icy blonde Platinum look. This warmer Platinum looks amazing with dewy skin and bright coloured lip and cheeks.
Ashy toned blonde suit light or medium cool skin tones. This finish is almost metallic looking which is both effortlessly modern cool and elegant. Ideally, it should sport some dimensions like darker roots that melt into shimmering silver mid-lengths and ends. A melt style is also less upkeep!
Pearly blonde hair can go warmer or colder, depending on what works best with your tone and the look you’re going for. If you’re not quite ready to celebrate the coming of summer, you can go colder; but if you can’t wait for some sunshine, work with your stylist to find warmer undertones.
Darker or more yellow/golden-toned skins suit golden or honey hues; think butter, golden, caramel tones to achieve the ultimate honey tone. If you are naturally pale, make sure to keep up with your fake tans as this golden tone can make paler tones looks a little washed out!
Literally everyone suits Balayage! This highlighting technique allows for a flattering, natural look that can be tailored to suit any skin tone. The look is low maintenance and can accentuate facial features with the inclusion of “money pieces” which are the beautiful and ever so flattering face shaping highlights.
Not Brown, and not Blonde, it’s the perfect balance of both. Featuring a perfect mix of low and highlights, Bronde tones look amazing on all skin-tones because the look is completely custom to you! The result is a natural-looking effect without the ‘dip-dye’ look, it’s the perfect hair shade to take you through the summer months and back into the cooler months next year.
Strawberry blonde tones are usually associated with the palest of the pale, but not anymore with the help of low light variations that look great and works well with deeper skin tones. We call this a root stretch and for darker skin tones this can be achieved with a warm, cinnamon base which melts into cooler pinkier blonde tones. If you have a paler palette to work, you can go a lot of directions with strawberry blonde hair as this tone it very flattering for you!