A luminous blond that smells like spring...
Want to give shine to your light hair for spring? How about opting for one of the trendiest colors of the coming season: blond Nectar. A name that already smells good on sunny days and invites the hair to soak up the sun and golden and luminous reflections. This new shade of blond, we owe it to the hairdresser of the stars Tom Smith, who describes it in the columns of the American edition of Glamour, as a color that looks "luxurious, golden and warm". This gives pride of place to amber and honey tones, and is closer to a dark blond, or even almost a Venetian red than frosted platinum.
In order to best guide your colorist, during your next appointment with the hairdresser, Tom Smith shared his few recommendations: "The key to a successful Nectar Blonde, is to color the roots in a dark blond, to add honey and golden shades on the lengths, and frame the face with lighter locks", he explains, specifying that the purpose of this color is above all to bring this sunkissed effect which instantly gives a healthy glow.
We know that keeping a pretty beige blonde is not always an easy task, but the advantage of this most radiant color is that it requires very little maintenance. As the base is intended to be rather dark, there is no risk of a root effect that denotes too much. To prevent the color from bleeding, yellowing, or turning green, use color shaders at least once a week and keep a purple shampoo on hand to neutralize unwanted reflections...
Unfortunately, brunettes will have to go their way this time since, as the expert notes, Nectar blonde will be more suitable for those who already have naturally light hair: "This color works best for those who have medium to medium natural hair. lighter, as very dark bases tend to have more orange undertones to contend with."
How about opting for one of the trendiest colors of the coming season: Nectar blond.