Coloring Blonde

Choosing the blonde after the fifties is a bit like choosing the easy way. However, be careful not to do anything wrong!

It is known that a bright color after 50 has many advantages. Luminous, they improve the face, soften the facial features and facilitate care for white hair. In contrast to brown, the softer blonde even allows a little more length on average.

But the blonde doesn’t prevent the faux pas. Make sure that the shadow is not too far from your natural base. Leave the yellow blonde Cyndi Lauper and the polar blonde to the millennials!

Reflections in Line with the Complexion

To know the reflections that flatter your face, you need to consider your skin tone. A good colorist checks the undertone of your complexion to better orient yourself. With a pink undertone, you should choose colors with cold reflections such as ash beige or pearl blonde. On the contrary, if you have a yellow undertone, you prefer golden colors such as gold beige, Venetian blonde or even cinnamon beige. The risk of wearing a gold color if your skin has a pink undertone Do you have a very gray complexion!

If you do not know your undertone, watch the veins on your wrist. Do they have a blue appearance you have a pink undertone. Are they greener or turquoise you have a yellow undertone.

Above All, Natural Tones

Very light polar blonde or too yellow blonde is no. After 50 years you have to concentrate on soft and natural tones. Indeed, when the colorist works on your blonde, he tries to replicate the blonde of childhood to improve your complexion.

The Technique Depends on White Hair

In addition, whether we take it or not. If not, ask for a coloring associated with a sweep to restore contrast in the hair and depth in the root. Improved complexion guaranteed! With the two shades, you can even restore the density through optical effects. A solution to know when you have hair loss or if your hair mass is exhausted.

But if the goal is not to hide your silver sons, it is possible to work all of your hair with just one swing. By standardizing white, this will bring light and avoid dark borders (especially at the bottom of the neck or on the temples). The color becomes much lighter.

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