Would you like a spring-like fresh-up for your hair? Then beautiful Honey Lights are just the thing for you.
Finely set highlights in warm honey blonde are currently giving us spring fever. And we're not the only ones who are excited about the "Honey Lights" hair trend. While cool platinum blonde as Chanel was still considered particularly stylish in the autumn/winter season, star hairdressers are now opting for sun-kissed accents. We will explain to you which hair type Honey Lights work best for and how you can take care of the long-lasting honey-gold bleaching in the lengths and ends.
Soft honey lights are a perfect match for ashy, medium blonde, and light brown hair. The highlights conjure up warm light reflections in your hair - but without completely changing your type or color. The hairstyle gains in the glow and optical fullness and, in contrast to the yellowish beach blonde, does not appear dull and faded. You can vary the honey blonde effect by either letting Honey Lights run through the entire hairstyle or only coloring the lower tips and the strands around the face through face-framing. WE LOVE.
No secret, unfortunately: Honey Lights, like any other bleaching or coloring, put a strain on your hair. With the right care, however, you will get the best of the radiant blonde of the highlights and give your hair more moisture and elasticity. Color-protecting shampoos, conditioners, and treatments based on essential oils that give the hair more suppleness are ideal for daily hair care. Sunscreen sprays provide additional protection against UV rays and heat damage and prevent the honey blonde color from fading. You should rather avoid silver shampoos, as they take away the gold tinge instead of deepening it. For more color depth, use warm blonde glosses and color-enhancing conditioners.