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omqitskay asked:

15 Apr 2013

Blonde bang on dark brown hair?

OK, i dont know if i want to get a blonde bang on my dark brown hair.

I know someone who has it like i want and it looks nice.

Did u ever get it? Did you like it? and should i get it?




xxbritmonsterxx says:

Posted on 25 Oct 2008

I think getting a blond bang would look nice.

Just be sure to get it side swept, and know that the blond will not be as bright as it may say on the box (been there, done that) so be careful.

Good luck!:))


kenziee says:

Posted on 26 Oct 2008

when i died my friends hair blonde.. it was like an orange color.. and it took a couple of times to get it look sort of liek hte box color... im just warni ng you so you dont expect the box color=)


rinji_halfelf says:

Posted on 26 Oct 2008

If you want to do a really light blond, you're probably going to have to bleach that section of hair. Several things can happen.

Most people with dark brown hair will have a reddish after hue. If you're lucky, you may get a yellow color. If the hair turns red, there is a product out there at places like Sally's beauty supplies that will get the red out. The product actually is a bit green so it can neutralize the red. I just don't remember what it is called.

I would wait a few days between the initial bleaching and the color neutralizing just to be safe. Maybe even a week.

If your hair is particularly dark, don't be afraid to bleach it in stages, waiting a week in between, so you don't damage your hair. Then wait another week to neutralize any color you don't want, and another to actually dye it. When you neutralizer any undertone colors you don't want, you hair color will be much closer to the box.

Also, the color example on the box isn't always accurate, as the pigments in the ink can fade due to exposure to light, or the printers colors are a wee bit off. So go by the hair sample instead if you can.


gtprtynow says:

Posted on 26 Oct 2008

dark brown it goes with all accessories


cookiecat says:

Posted on 28 Oct 2008

OO, that sounds pretty. (first google result)

something i've done (and liked) was a really blunt side bang that where tipped with a really icy blonde. My hair was brown. If you wanted that you'd have to get it done professionally though, and draw them a little picture of what you want or they'll mess it up.

So yea, If you just wanted a blonde bang from root to tip and the rest brown, you might want an edgy cut to go with it so people know the statement you're trying to make. Don't confuse people; if you want "emo" do it all the way (hairspray+birdsnest) if you want "couture" maybe an A-symmetrical short bob cut with the shortest part either on the side or on the back. If you just wanted a blonde bang with no real genre influence; I don't think it could be done. Pick an area, cater to it

once you've made a decision, consider waiting a bit before you blow 100$ on a stylist.

Thats everything i can think of :P, good luck. Let us know what happens!


jacqueline says:

Posted on 30 Oct 2008

Maybe you can try the blonde bang first and then if you don't like it you can still make it dark again.

But in my opinion, (I don't know why) but I think it's better the dark colored hair in winter than the blond. This way you won't look pale in the white season. I guess...

And blonde it's more like shiny summer. Isn't it?;)

And if you still decide to be blonde, you'll have the angel look for Xmas!o:-)


vampkisses says:

Posted on 15 Jul 2011


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