How do I choose the right color of blonde extensions?

Updated 1 month ago by Aleksandra

Bronde

  • Our darkest shade of blonde/lightest shade of brown
  • Great if Dirty Blonde was too light but Chestnut Brown was too dark
  • Blend of brown and blonde undertones
  • Has warm undertones

Here's our Bronde shade in action...

Natural Blonde

  • A natural medium blonde shade
  • A cool-toned version of Dirty Blonde
  • Has natural ash undertones
  • Great if Dirty Blonde was too warm 

Here's our Natural Blonde shade in action...

Sandy Blonde

  • A cool-toned light beige blonde shade
  • Has beige and ash undertones
  • Great if you lighten your hair and use a beige toner

Here's our Sandy Blonde shade in action...

Dirty Blonde

  • A natural medium blonde shade
  • Warm red and golden undertones
  • Blends with most natural golden blonde shades

Here's our Dirty Blonde shade in action...

Bleach Blonde

  • A bright bleach blonde color
  • Lots of warm, golden undertones
  • Darker than Ash Blonde
  • No ash undertones

Here's our Bleach Blonde shade in action...

Ash Blonde

  • A light blonde shade
  • Similar to Bleach Blonde, but with more neutral undertones
  • Has a mixture of neutral and golden blonde undertones
  • Not a platinum blonde color 

Here's our Ash Blonde shade in action...

Platinum Blonde

  • Our lightest shade of blonde
  • Great if you have bright blonde hair
  • Has neutral and subtle cool undertones
  • Can be toned further to achieve a grey/silver color or a cooler-toned blonde 

Here's our Platinum Blonde shade in action...

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