Blond? Better not! This is what the hairdresser says when you consider dyeing your fine hair blonde. The reason: blonde makes the hair look thinner than it actually is. So if you already have naturally fine hair, a blonde makeover would only increase this effect. Stupid!
Moment! We know a way how you can still achieve the dream of a blonde mane without having to accept compromises in terms of volume. Ribbon Blonde is the answer.
Ribbon blonde is brushed into the hair using the balayage technique, but the highlights are set in stronger contrasts - accordingly, ice blonde is also used depending on the initial color. These strands then stretch like delicate ribbons from the roots to the tips, hence the name (ribbon). This automatically creates more depth in the hair. A visual stimulus that makes even a blonde mane look fuller.
Also great: It's up to you whether you want a chunky look like in the 90s or a natural style. It gets chunky when you concentrate on a single high-contrast shade of blonde. For natural styling, different shades of blonde can be used at the same time, such as butter blonde, beige, and platinum.
The Australian hairdressing salon Los Pastel specializes in dyeing blonde hair - and impressively shows on Instagram the optical effect that ribbon blonde brings with it.