Katherine Heigl’s Movie Star Blonde Hair Color
Katherine Heigl is one of the ultimate blondes and most women that have blonde highlights wish they had her shade of blonde for their overall color or for their highlights. In fact this is my most favorite blonde for highlighting. The following are easy steps to take you to beautiful blonde with just enough light, just enough color. Plus wonderful healthy hair color.
Before we start: One rule for blondes or staying blonde is you need to start with healthy natural light. Unfortunately for all brunettes that wish to be ultra light blonde, dark hair never really works.
If your hair is too dark you will find that when the deep shade has been removed it will not look healthy, and you will more often than not have golden over tones that most natural blondes hate.
If you are dark and have tried to go much lighter than your natural shade you have seen that your roots always look a different shade than the rest of your hair. If you still want to try going lighter with dark hair you must see the professional for the best service.
If your hair is too dark, a professional colorist will probably tell you your hair is too deep to get a pretty blonde. Even if you wish to have lighter hair please, don’t go home and try to do it yourself. You can break your hair off! Your best bet might be to choose soft highlights in a shade that is closer to your natural shade.
If you have light natural hair color you can use a high lift tint for high lights or have the low ammonia lightening agent that is now available in better salons. Just a note here if you are going all over blonde or just having highlights please don’t ask for white blonde. These shades don’t shine and they generally add 10 years to your age.
If you wish to do your own hair at home these are two great products to use at home. But, you must have light natural hair to start with or you won’t be happy with the final results.
For Ms. Heigl’s highlights if you wish to do your own you can use the following formula. You must take tiny strands with this formula so you won’t have strips in your hair.
At Home Highlights:
|L’Oreal Hi-Light Styliste H90 Iced Champagne|
If you wish to use an overall hair color on your light natural hair color you can use this following formula.
All Over Hair Color For Light Blonde Hair:
|L’Oreal Preference les Blondissimes Haircolor, Extra Light Natural Blonde LB02|
Keep it from Fading
|For this shade of blonde to look good all month long use coloursplash! Hair Color Refresher—All Blondes at least once a week.|
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