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Summer is here with full force--ask anyone living in the heat wave zone and they'll tell you-and there's no better way to change up your hair than lightening your hair color.
Lighter hair is the go-to for many women, especially in the warmer months, but it can be a delicate art for dark--haired Latinas. If you have dark hair and are worried about going light translation: blonde then fret not! There is a way dark haired gals can sport light, blonde hair without looking unnatural or just, simply put, off.
Know that if you plan to make a drastic change, it is best to undergo a gradual change to ensure that your hair remains healthy and does not get too damaged. Christo told Latin Times that the key for successful styling is healthy hair, especially when it comes to changing your hair color, and a good haircut that is flattering for your face shape and hair texture.
What's more, when it comes to colored hair, there is more to hair health than simply shampooing regularly and conditioning. You could also opt to use the color enhancing Colorective Shampoo and Cream conditioner to help boost your hair's vibrancy and maintain your hair's health.
That said, for Latinas the biggest obstacle is selecting the right shade of blonde. After all, Latina women have a wide array of skin tones which means different shades of blonde work on different women.
If you have medium skin with cooler tones I would use golden blonde colors. For warmer deep tones I would again suggest the lightest you should go is to a caramel blonde, but this time using color with violet undertones to balance out your natural skin tone.
Susmita Baral. the Discussion.Latinas with blonde hair
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