After spending summer abroad on sunnier shores, blondes often want to enhance their sun-kissed highlights when they get back home. This winter however, there’s a new color trend on the horizon. A darker shade of blonde is much more on-trend for this season. Let’s take a closer look. The dark-blonde color trend.
Dark blonde is less girly and sweet than ice-blonde shades
, however it's just as attractive. This sandy tone is simple to achieve, no matter what your natural base color, and is easy to maintain. Often confused with light-brown, dark blonde is slightly different. This particular shade features lots of lighter shades which blend into darker tones. Who can wear this color?
This look is just about perfect for anyone and everyone. Make sure that you ask your stylist for some professional advice
first, as the process will be very different for women with light blonde hair to those with black locks. This honey-hue is perfect with any hairstyle, however looks best paired with soft waves
which pick up the highlighted sections beautifully. Add some different shades with some Contrast highlights
at your Jean Louis David salon. Which make-up is best suited to dark-blondes?
Considered a soft color, dark blonde should be worn with lightweight, pared-back make-up. For a daytime look, less is always more. Simply add a few coats of mascara and a nude lip gloss to the lips. In terms of your skin, add a sheer powder to keep shine at bay and lightly contour your tanned complexion. This is all you need to offset your glamorous, feminine new hair color. For an evening look, why not add a sweep of eyeliner to your upper lash line for a femme-fatale effect? Looking after your new shade.
Whether this is your natural shade, or you’ve recently colored your hair, you can help keep your dark blonde looking fresh with the Colour Therapy range
. You can also use the bi-phase products from the Silver Therapy collection every now and then to reduce any brassiness you may get. Its anti-yellowing pigments will revive your highlights and boost your color. © Pixelformula / Isabel Marant prêt-à-porter runway, Autumn-Winter 2014-2015 © Jean Louis David