Brunette to Bronde Hair Transition with Rebecca Harding
Planning how to go bronde while maintaining the health and integrity of your hair requires careful consideration, but Rebecca was in safe hands with stylist and 2020 Australian hairdresser of the year Jamie Furlan and expert colourist Danni Solier. Rebecca’s result was a versatile colour that’s well worth the effort. Read on to find out how to make your own brunette to bronde transition.
As a curated mix of brown and blonde tones, bronde is the perfect option for those looking for a striking yet sophisticated colour. Better yet, bronde is highly adaptable, meaning your colourist can tailor your blend to suit cool, neutral or warm skin tones.
Bronde can be a chic colour destination of its own, or a healthy and gentle way to slowly transition to blonde. However, it’s also crucial to use the correct hair colour technique to avoid damaging your precious hair.
A trending colour all year round, read on for our expert advice to transition from brunette to bronde the right way. We’ll also recommend a bespoke care routine to maintain your nourished and radiant tresses.
How to get bronde hair the right way
Although transitioning from brunette to bronde is a gentle way to lighten your hair, we always recommend consulting with a professional colourist who can utilise their advanced expertise to create a customised plan for your hair transformation.
For light brown hair
If you have light brown hair, you’ll only need to lighten your hair one or two levels to create a look. Lucky for you, your lighter existing hair means you can likely achieve the perfect result after just one salon sitting.
Keep in mind, it will still be a two-step process. You can expect your to lighten your base before creating highlights, to create a receptive base devoid of any unwanted warm tones.
For dark brown hair
If you have very dark brown hair, patience is your best friend when it comes to going . Any shade of can be achievable but working in several stages over time is absolutely crucial to maintain the health and integrity of your hair. Consult with your to book a few appointments to achieve your desired end result.
Lightening the hair from a dark base requires significant bleaching, which leaves hair vulnerable to dryness, breakage and accelerated fading. That’s why going rather than blonde is a fabulously healthy option for darker brunettes. Waiting a little while between bleaching sessions will also give your hair time to recover as natural oils and moisture return to your strands, resulting in healthier hair.