blonde and burgundy hairstyles

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Blonde And Burgundy Hairstyles

Blonde And Burgundy Hairstyles

Blonde And Burgundy Hairstyles

If you have dark blonde hair (verging on brown), you can skip to directly dyeing your hair burgundy with a box hair color. However, if your natural hair colors on the lighter side of the blonde spectrum, it is likely that applying burgundy directly to your hair will make it purple. There are some box dyes that deliver burgundy results for blonde hair, but there are other options if you can’t find these. Depending on the shade of burgundy you want to pick a true red base or a basic brown.
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Blonde And Burgundy Hairstyles

If you’re looking for a color that’s not quite maroon, not quite cotton candy pink, and not quite hot pink, a light burgundy is the way to go. Want to add up the cool points? Make it a blonde and burgundy look and you’re seriously rockin’. Burgundy with blonde highlights may sound like a crazy color fix but it is still surprisingly chic!
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Blonde And Burgundy Hairstyles

It’s hard to go burgundy when you have dark hair because the color is likely not to show up. If it does, there are chances your hair may just look brown and not burgundy. Bleaching your hair till it gets to a brown or red tone first is a good idea for when you want to go from dark hair to burgundy. However, you should know that bleach is harmful to your hair and may lead to damage.
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Blonde And Burgundy Hairstyles

Adding burgundy to your hair can be intimidating, but there can be a middle ground and this shade is it. The transition from deep chocolate at the roots to soft burgundy towards the ends is subtle, resulting in a burgundy brown shade that’s reminiscent of the two favorite things of the average girl: chocolate and wine.
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Blonde And Burgundy Hairstyles

Burgundy (dark red, red wine color) is actively used for hair dyeing in brunettes. Blondes and women with medium brown hair sometimes also resort to this noble hue in order to appear brighter, well, much brighter. Even redheads may try some shades, reminding burgundy, but leaning towards the warmer tints with admixture of cinnamon. Classic, vivid or old burgundy, maroon or oxblood… so, which one to choose? Here are 50 illustrative examples of how you can use the dark red color, when dyeing your hair or refreshing it with coloristic methods.
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Blonde And Burgundy Hairstyles

I see red hairstyles in a spectrum, from burgundy to red to orange. This ombre skips the red altogether, and the result of pairing a warmer burgundy with bright ginger tips is exquisite.
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Red hair colors will always have a warm place in my heart. I stuck to red and burgundy hair colors for years, so I’m really excited to give you all some suggestions about them! I’ll have some tips and tricks coming up, as well as 100 different inspiration pictures for different red hair color ideas, from auburn to copper to cherry to deep burgundy hair shades with highlights.
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To maintain the vibrant burgundy tones of this color, I recommend coming in for a gloss or a topcoats using Paul Mitchell PopXG Burgundy every four weeks and touching up the new growth every six to eight weeks. Thermal protection is a must, as well as washing with color-safe and sulphate-free products like Paul Mitchell Ultimate Color Repair System.
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I’m all about those burgundy hair color ideas, because they bridge my love for red hair colors with my love for all things dark and gothy. Here we see a masterful example or burgundy and black streaks, with soft, touchably wavy hair.
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Using henna can naturally dye your hair burgundy without the use of any chemicals. If you have light brown hair, all you need is henna powder, water, and lemon juice to go burgundy. However, if you have darker hair you will also need beetroot.
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This is a modern take on burgundy hair color. The rich burgundy base is a classic color that to this day is still edgy. I love the electric purple highlights, which not only add dimension, but really make the overall color feel fresh and trendy while still appealing to those wanting a “natural-ish” look.
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Want burgundy hair but can’t decide on a shade? No need, because you can have them all! This color transforms right before your eyes, starting with a red tone to frame the face, and deepening into a richer hue as it wraps around the back of the head. Cheers, burgundy baby.
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If you want to dye your locks into deep burgundy, try this particular soft and rich shade. We simply can`t imagine anything more beautiful meaning burgundy hair color. Ariana Grande’s locks literally mesmerize, don`t they!
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This dark yet subtle balayage is a wonderful way of experimenting with burgundy hair colors. Just keep the roots ultra dark, and then dye the ends a burgundy that’s not much lighter. Healthy, shimmery curls keep this look marvelous.
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Now there’s something to be said about classic styles. Say, for instance, bright blonde on blonde locks. Platinum blonde with lowlights is the epitome of California beach babe, and it will never go out of style. Seriously.
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Blonde is a classic hue that is forever trendy thanks to its wide variety of shades. Try a gold hair color or go platinum. No matter what you try, blonde hair is always in style. If your hair is normally curly, why not to go straight at the salon? A sleek A-line cut shows off blonde hair well and makes you feel like a sexy secret agent, too!
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If you’re looking for a similar color combination, it’s best to leave it to a professional. This client comes in for a root touch up every four to five weeks which helps maintain the rich burgundy base. We recently added highlights, which required pre-lightening to a light blonde, then applying the final purple color to those pieces on clean dry hair. What’s great about it is that my client can keep adding more purple to create more dimension, or if she gets tired of it, we can let them fade out and try a new color. It’s important to invest in a deep conditioner and use it once a week to maintain the hair’s health, softness and elasticity.
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Can’t decide between a chic platinum hue of blonde and something vivid, like a plum hair color? Stop struggling and indulge in both! Try a two-toned hairstyle that features a vibrant violet in the back and a bright blonde up front. For extra sass, rock this hair color duo with a layered long bob and you’re golden…literally.
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It’s no secret that two tone hair color ideas are a dime a dozen these days. But what about classic, single-tone hair styles? Why are they being swept under the rug? They shouldn’t be, especially when they come in a bright buttery blonde package. The yellow-blonde hair color is about as fun and interesting as it gets, so go for it and skip the balayage for once.
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Gorgeous celebrities like Gisele Bundchen, Jessica Alba, and Beyonce (!) are famous for sporting honey blonde hair color. Below, we have compiled our top 30 ideas for styling your honey blonde hair color.
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Once you’ve dyed your hair red multiple times, it’ll stick. It’s very difficult to apply dye over a red hair color – if you choose blonde, you’ll end up with a pinkish tone, and if you try brown, your brown will be coppery. If you choose to go for red hairstyles, either be ready to commit, or choose a shade of red that is easier to change, like a browny copper or an auburn.
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This burgundy look is classy and sultry at the same time, like a glass of fine wine. It’s rich, deep, and when light hits (especially sunlight) it’s suddenly vibrant and enticing. My favorite thing about this look is the way the color screams depth and vibrancy. It’s sexy! Which products would you recommend for this look?
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Burgundy is a cooler red, meaning it has some violet in it, and the purple highlights are cool toned yet really pop. Skin tones that are already cooler, those with green or blue undertones, and natural brunettes/black haired people look best in this shade. Darker complexions like that of African Americans, Indians, and Latinas pull off this shade well too. Any hair type can pull off this color. I personally think curled hair, whether naturally curly or curled with an iron, looks best because the colors enhance the texture of the hair.
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My client in the photo is fair with an olive undertone, but I honestly feel that cool undertones and darker toned skin can also pull off a merlot/burgundy color. It’s very versatile, and I think you can adjust your formula to bring out more cool tones or darken the tone if needed. I like color melts because the root generally stays very close to the natural color which makes a much easier transition to the bright color. The hair in the photo is very coarse and obviously long, but I do think the color can work on finer hair or shorter hair, you would just tweak the placement of the color. What is your best tip in regards to recreating/maintaining this color/style?


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