We've already discussed how to go blonde, but is it the same to transition -successfully- from blonde to brown?
We've already discussed how to go blonde if you have darker hair, but is it the same to transition -successfully- from blonde to brown?
I have to say that it is not as easy as it may seem. You run the risk of getting green or dirty tones, so make sure to read these tips.
1. Assess the level of bleaching of your hair
How blonde your hair is, will determine the brown color you'll get. The lighter the hair, the more likely it is to take cool tones such as ash, blue and green. Green is very difficult to remove, so consult a professional.
Before coloring your hair you can pre-dye it with fillers to penetrate deep into the hair structure and create a base for the brown dye. Skipping this step may result in a lack of depth. You might even need to pigment only certain parts of your heir to get you closer to your new color -especially if your hair is unevenly bleached.
3. Transition smoothly
If your hair is platinum blond, it is better to go for a darker blond or get some brown with highlights.