Bronde Hair Color Inspiration For Every Skin Tone
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Everything about bronde is universally flattering. Not too blonde yet not too brown, it’s pretty much the goldilocks of hair color. We wanted to prove that bronde is a truly can’t fail option, so we scoured Insta for the best of the hue on all complexions. Our conclusion? No matter your skin tone, there’s a bronde made just for you!
Bronde looks natural on the fairest complexion of them all – to make skin pop, go ombre. We love how blonder highlights are concentrated around the face while darker brown at the roots provides striking contrast all-around.
The best part about bronde is it always captures the light—think of it as your own personal filter. To minimize the damage associated with bleaching, make sure your stylist is using Olaplex during your color service, like @christhair did.
Bronde is totally customizable to every skin tone. Those with more medium or olive complexions look amaze when sporting a darker bronde, which complements the skin without ever washing it out.
If you and your stylist can’t see eye-to-eye on which bronde you’re aiming for, enlighten them with just two-words: “sun kissed.” This is the color you need to look like you’re just back from the beach during the dead of winter.
Keep your roots if your skin is closer to tan – easing into bronde makes it appear effortless, lived in and natural.
We love bronde for many reasons, but especially because it lets you lighten up without going full-stop blonde. The color also provides perfect base for your next transition, whether lighter or darker.
No one does bronde quite like Jasmine Sanders aka Golden Barbie, whose honey hair is basically synonymous with the color. If you’re looking for tone like hers, go a stop slightly lighter at the ends.
You can go bronde without a single process — this highlights all-over look captures the color while keeping hair healthy.
It’s best to follow the cardinal rule of the color wheel when picking your color. Bronde like looks best when it pops, so seek out contrast; if you have a darker skin ton opt for a lighter shade, but if you run fair, go darker.