What is White and Blonde hair blending?

· Hair

By Master Stylist Vicki Ogden-O’Fee

White and Blonde hair blending is ~ CONFIDENT. POWERFUL. INDIVIDUAL. ICONIC.

Blondes and silver haired ladies expect real blonde brilliance and an individual, unique result.
But uneven bases and delicate hair structures are just some of the challenges on the way to blonde expression. Therefore, we use and recommend BLONDME®.

BLONDME®, now powered by Integrated Bonding Technology, is our colour and care brand truly dedicated to blondes and silver grey ladies. With BLONDME®, you can be whatever blonde/silver you want to be: Confident. Powerful. Individual. Iconic.

With the use of these latest technologies, we bring you beautiful flowing iridescent colour with no harsh demarcation line and relatively low maintenance. We understand that you want to look and feel amazing but not be at the hairdressers every three weeks with harsh solid regrowth lines.

BLONDME® Bond Enforcing Colour
Expert lightening, lifting, and toning range minimizes hair breakage during lightening and lifting, for the most individual and iconic blonde and silver hair looks.

BLONDME® Bonding Care is a customizable, care range to complete your blonde or silver, grey lightening service, helps to create new bonds and maintain optimal blonde results in-between salon visits.

Clients with fair skin complexion (more pink than olive) and light eyes (blue, grey) can really pull off lighter and platinum blonde shades! However, with fair skin clients, it is important not to add too much warmth to the hair as this will only highlight the pink undertones in the skin making it look flushed.

Platinum blonde is a great way to rock your silver hair, and when done correctly will not be as demanding a colour to maintain, often just requiring a toner re-adjustment in between your retouch service to prevent the hair from becoming too light or flat through the lengths and ends. So, to give you the confidence to create iconic blondes and silvers.

Thanks to the BLONDME Advanced Bonding System as professional hairdressers we can now deliver almost endless blond colour possibilities, safer than ever before. 

Nevertheless, the only way to ensure the most stunning, personalized blonde colour results is through a bespoke colour consultation, which is conducted prior to any service.

As part of a colour consultation, we will first identify the client’s skin tone, eye colour, hair depth and natural tone direction – in general blondes can be placed into 3 key directions: 

Neutral, Cool or Warm –

After the colour consultation, we should have all the information needed to select the most suitable blonde tone direction, products and services for you, our client, based on you being either a Neutral, Cool or Warm type.

However, to help you feel as confident as possible, we provide answers to five common questions when it comes to blonde coloration:

1. When to lighten and lift?

  • Natural base 5 and darker
  • Natural base 6 and darker where a clear white, platinum, or extra cool direction is desired.

2. How to handle white hair?

Skin tone softens with age, therefore working with the white hair rather than against it ensures the most flattering blond results. Never go too bold or bright with blond, as this can look ageing, whereas natural honey or soft beige slices perfectly break up white hair in a soft looking way, to compliment softer mature skin tones.

3. What is the perfect blonde for fair-skinned clients?

Fair skin types work well with bright bold blond; platinum and ash blond tones can be very flattering.

4. Which blonde suits medium-skinned clients?

Medium skinned clients look best with neutral to slightly warm, beige blond tones; anything too light can drain the complexion.

5. What are the best shades of blond for dark-skinned clients?

Dark skin is more suitable to warmer blond tones, avoid going too light; a maximum of 2 levels lighter than the natural base is considered the most flattering.

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