We dream of deep, rich and dark colors one day, then right back to blonde the next. But, before you get to the blonde you desire, your hair will hit all sorts of colors. And guess what? One of them can be orange.
We've all been there: Bored with our hair color and craving a major change. But going from brunette to blonde is not equal to cutting off three inches , adding layers, or even getting bangs. It's a major transformation. It is definitely doable for almost everyone, but you should be armed and ready with all of the information you need before lightening up. Lucky for you, we did the research and consulted top hair color pros about this big change. Keep reading for the ultimate guide on how to go from brunette to blonde hair — without completely damaging your strands. Yes, anyone can, according to Kattia Solano, founder and lead colorist at Butterfly Studio Salon in New York City, as long as you consider a few key factors:.
Hairdresser, marketer, and dabbler in many things. I enjoy sharing knowledge about the science of hair coloring and hair care. Photo by Element5 Digital on Unsplash. If you have blonde hair and want to dye it darker, there are a few things you need to know first in order to dye it successfully and avoid unintended color mistakes.
Your base color can be mostly brown or blonde, but adding a few highlights around the face and through the ends will soften up your look and accentuate the haircut. Generally brighter colors such as coppers and reds tend to oxidize quicker, which means more up keep and more time inthe salon. The answer is yes! I always suggest coming in for a glaze about six weeks after the transformation just to enrich and shine up the color.