My blondes are chameleons! I always let them know, we can change your color, ever so slightly, keeping you on trend, current and as always, still blonde. No color should ever be flat, matte, dull or block solid. It should look how it looked when you were a little girl, gorgeous tones flowing through your hair! Wild and free! Unleash the blonde collage! #behindthechair #hairoftheday #hairofinstagram #modernsalon #americansalon #hairbrained #btcpics #btc16 #blondehair #blondes #blondegirl…

My blondes are chameleons! I always let them know, we can change your color, ever so slightly, keeping you on trend, current and as always, still blonde. No color should ever be flat, matte, dull or block solid. It should look how it looked when you were a little girl, gorgeous tones flowing through your hair! Wild and free! Unleash the blonde collage! #behindthechair #hairoftheday #hairofinstagram #modernsalon #americansalon #hairbrained #btcpics #btc16 #blondehair #blondes #blondegirl…

"Honey Pecan" Blonde - Pretty, maybe I'll go blonde this summer. Not sure if I'll just do highlights or my whole head blonde. Thinking a dark blonde or golden blonde...

"Honey Pecan" Blonde - Pretty, maybe I'll go blonde this summer. Not sure if I'll just do highlights or my whole head blonde. Thinking a dark blonde or golden blonde...

10 brown bob with blonde balayage

60 Balayage Hair Color Ideas with Blonde, Brown, Caramel and Red Highlights

DARK SKIN Golden Talk about a golden girl: Ciara's stunning honey-ish hue looks "natural and soft," says Hazan. To steal it for yourself, leave your roots dark (or ask your colorist to give you a dark brown base), then pile on several layers of highlights. "You want some of them golden beige and some slightly lighter ones mixed in on top," says Robinson. "Keeping the brown roots next to your skin ensures that you don't become washed-out."

DARK SKIN Golden Talk about a golden girl: Ciara's stunning honey-ish hue looks "natural and soft," says Hazan. To steal it for yourself, leave your roots dark (or ask your colorist to give you a dark brown base), then pile on several layers of highlights. "You want some of them golden beige and some slightly lighter ones mixed in on top," says Robinson. "Keeping the brown roots next to your skin ensures that you don't become washed-out."

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