What color hair would look best on me?
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Answered by: BrianaEHernande... Hair Expert/Makeup Artist In her 30's from San Diego, CA
If you are looking to soften your look and reduce the amount of maintenance you require I would go for a the Ombre technique. This will still allow you to keep your blond surrounding the face but will really cut back on having to touch up the roots. If you are not a fan of that look you can always going and soften the line of demarcation by adding in some light lowlights. This will break up the regrowth and add diminution to your blond. You can also tone the blond with a beige blonde shade to refresh the ends and eliminate unwanted brass.
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Answered by: GoodFaith Licensed Esthetician from San Diego, CA
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