There’s no one-size-fits-all way to create bronde hair. It all depends on the level of blonde vs. brown you’re going for, as well as the technique you want to try. However, there are a few rules that apply when mixing up a bronde transformation, so keep these easy-to-follow tips in mind:
1. Try Reverse Balayage on Blonde Hair
While a traditional balayage technique sees lighter ribbons swept through the hair, a reverse balayage is all about enriching locks with deep, dimension-building tones. On wannabe brondes with blonde hair, brush a warm caramel tone or ash brown hue up into mid-lengths and ends, and even consider a root smudge to give an overall darker feel.
2. Paint Freehand Through Brown Hair
You want bronde hair to look glowy and natural – not blocky or stripey – so adopt a freehand technique when adding touches of blonde to a brunette base. Try Blondor Freelights, which enables up to seven levels of lightening, and stays in place so you can apply it exactly where you want it to go.
3. Tailor Haircare to the Bronde Hue
Getting bronde hair isn’t just about the in-salon process. The aftercare is just as important for a flawless, luminous finish. Keep color fresh with INVIGO Color Brilliance Color Protection Shampoo and, if you want to make the blonde ribbons sparkle, treat hair once a week to INVIGO Cool Blonde or Warm Blonde Color Refreshing Conditioner.