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Answered by: BrianaEHernande... Hair Expert/Makeup Artist In her 30's from San Diego, CA
I really like the way the blond looks against your features but it could stand to have a little more depth. I would suggest adding in a full head of medium lowlights to add some dimension while breaking it up at the same time. Once those are processed and you wash them out, add a nice beige toner to your blond for a few minutes to add shine and tone as it is a tad too bright for you. You can also do the bottom half on the hair with the same color as the low lights to create a more natural and soft look.
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Answered by: girla1 Make up ,fashion expert In her 40's from USA
Answered by: RoryGautsche Makeup Artist In her 40's from Denver, Colorado
Answered by: GoodFaith Licensed Esthetician from Laguna Beach, CA
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