Hairdressers offer natural dyes with a méchés or dégradé effect to add dynamism to hair, but also pastel colors such as lilac or pink or bright colors ranging from fiery red to turquoise green.
Today we talk about the blond dégradé.
The dégradé is distinguished from shatush by the much more natural final effect, obtained also through a different arrangement of tones, which do not simply focus on the tip of the hair, but can be arranged around the face, on the lengths, etc. ., depending on the result to be obtained.
The blond dégradé can turn into light or dark ash or honey and is particularly suitable for blond or light brown hair but also all shades of red.
For a good blond dégradé, contact an expert colorist who knows how to choose the right degree of bleaching and knows how to find the right points to work on to improve not only the color, but also the cut and movement of your hair.
One of the advantages of shaded colors on hair and therefore also of blonde hair with dégradé is that they require minimal effort in terms of retouching and maintenance, so they are also suitable for people who are not familiar with colored hair or simply do not have the time to home to manage them.