Blonde And Burgundy Hairstyles

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Blonde And Burgundy Hairstyles

If you have dark blonde hair (verging on brown), you can skip to directly dyeing your hair burgundy with a box hair color. However, if your natural hair colors on the lighter side of the blonde spectrum, it is likely that applying burgundy directly to your hair will make it purple. There are some box dyes that deliver burgundy results for blonde hair, but there are other options if you can’t find these. Depending on the shade of burgundy you want to pick a true red base or a basic brown.

Blonde And Burgundy Hairstyles

If you are blonde, one way to refresh your hair – whether it’s dirty blonde, ash blonde or platinum blonde – is to add a contrasting color. This is a gorgeous example of blonde and burgundy balayage. The burgundy hair with highlights features elegant yet playful colors.

Blonde And Burgundy Hairstyles

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If you find burgundy too strong of a hair color, you can ease into it by adding softer shades to the mix. Burgundy and blonde are almost complementary colors, depending on which end of the spectrum each of the two belongs to. The girl in the picture above is donning a beautiful soft shade of burgundy, softened by natural blonde ends and undertones. A perfect beginner’s step towards achieving the coveted burgundy hair.

Blonde And Burgundy Hairstyles

If you’re looking for a color that’s not quite maroon, not quite cotton candy pink, and not quite hot pink, a light burgundy is the way to go. Want to add up the cool points? Make it a blonde and burgundy look and you’re seriously rockin’. Burgundy with blonde highlights may sound like a crazy color fix but it is still surprisingly chic!

Blonde And Burgundy Hairstyles

If burgundy as a block color doesn’t suit your complexion and skin tone, try a different option. This is a gorgeous example of how burgundy highlights add depth to blonde hues. The best thing about experimenting with hair colors is that you can ask your stylist to include as many burgundy nuances as you wish. However, for both undertones and overtones, don’t go more than two shades above or below the base color. The contrast might prove too strong and the hair color won’t have the same soft, chic note.

Blonde And Burgundy Hairstyles

Another instance of soft burgundy, in this case perfectly suited to both the natural hair color and the brown color of her eyes. The complexion, too, is complemented by the softer nuances of this shade of burgundy. It is recommended that the makeup and the styling of the hair are kept to a minimum due to the strength of the burgundy color.

Blonde And Burgundy Hairstyles

Adding burgundy to your hair can be intimidating, but there can be a middle ground and this shade is it. The transition from deep chocolate at the roots to soft burgundy towards the ends is subtle, resulting in a burgundy brown shade that’s reminiscent of the two favorite things of the average girl: chocolate and wine.

Blonde And Burgundy Hairstyles

It’s hard to go burgundy when you have dark hair because the color is likely not to show up. If it does, there are chances your hair may just look brown and not burgundy. Bleaching your hair till it gets to a brown or red tone first is a good idea for when you want to go from dark hair to burgundy. However, you should know that bleach is harmful to your hair and may lead to damage.

It’s not difficult to keep talking about Rihanna and burgundy hair. Here is another version of deep, almost crimson burgundy hair. The ends are purple burgundy, just to keep it in the same chromatic area.

Burgundy (dark red, red wine color) is actively used for hair dyeing in brunettes. Blondes and women with medium brown hair sometimes also resort to this noble hue in order to appear brighter, well, much brighter. Even redheads may try some shades, reminding burgundy, but leaning towards the warmer tints with admixture of cinnamon. Classic, vivid or old burgundy, maroon or oxblood… so, which one to choose? Here are 50 illustrative examples of how you can use the dark red color, when dyeing your hair or refreshing it with coloristic methods.

A black-burgundy ombre enhanced by burgundy highlights, at least two gradients lighter than the base. Notice the transition between the different shades of burgundy. The one closer to the roots is almost as dark as the base of the ombre. Then gradually, the hues brighten to reach a shade close to cherry color at the ends.

If you’re still not sure about your commitment to the burgundy project color but you would still like to try it on for size, playing with several colors at the same time might be the way to go. Look at this skillful balayage that uses burgundy and blonde highlights and lowlights to add depth to a naturally dark hair. Not only do these hues add depth, but they also brighten the hairstyle.

Remember the light burgundy color sported by Emma Stone? This one is very similar and has been applied to a light brown base. Depending on your preference, you can opt for darker shades instead, but if you are a natural blonde, lighter burgundy hues are preferable.

Now there’s something to be said about classic styles. Say, for instance, bright blonde on blonde locks. Platinum blonde with lowlights is the epitome of California beach babe, and it will never go out of style. Seriously.

Blonde is a classic hue that is forever trendy thanks to its wide variety of shades. Try a gold hair color or go platinum. No matter what you try, blonde hair is always in style. If your hair is normally curly, why not to go straight at the salon? A sleek A-line cut shows off blonde hair well and makes you feel like a sexy secret agent, too!

This rich burgundy color which, achieved using an ion hair dye, is one of the burgundy hues well attuned to brunettes and brown-haired girls. Its subtle combination of plum red and chocolate brown or maroon gives it an elegant and captivating look.

One of the most intense burgundy shades, this color with a noble red wine note is elegant and refined, yet edgy. If you have long and rich hair, wear it silky smooth. No other style helps bring out the refined notes of this burgundy shade than simply styled hair.

To maintain the vibrant burgundy tones of this color, I recommend coming in for a gloss or a topcoats using Paul Mitchell PopXG Burgundy every four weeks and touching up the new growth every six to eight weeks. Thermal protection is a must, as well as washing with color-safe and sulphate-free products like Paul Mitchell Ultimate Color Repair System.

Unlike the previous example featuring black and burgundy hair, this time, the burgundy shade shimmers violet, not reddish hues. Nonetheless, the blend is still visually pleasing in another way.

Another hairstyle featuring a gorgeous and sophisticated dark burgundy color. If you have a darker skin tone, choose a different, milder shade of violet burgundy. This brightening one should be reserved for porcelain white skin tones.

Want burgundy hair but can’t decide on a shade? No need, because you can have them all! This color transforms right before your eyes, starting with a red tone to frame the face, and deepening into a richer hue as it wraps around the back of the head. Cheers, burgundy baby.

If you want to dye your locks into deep burgundy, try this particular soft and rich shade. We simply can`t imagine anything more beautiful meaning burgundy hair color. Ariana Grande’s locks literally mesmerize, don`t they!

Using henna can naturally dye your hair burgundy without the use of any chemicals. If you have light brown hair, all you need is henna powder, water, and lemon juice to go burgundy. However, if you have darker hair you will also need beetroot.

This is a modern take on burgundy hair color. The rich burgundy base is a classic color that to this day is still edgy. I love the electric purple highlights, which not only add dimension, but really make the overall color feel fresh and trendy while still appealing to those wanting a “natural-ish” look.

If you are looking to turn into the redhead lane sometime soon, we recommend burgundy as a good place to start. This bold variant of red has a variety of enticing sub-shades to choose from. The name comes from the reddish brown Burgundy wine, named after the eponymous historical region in France, where this beverage stems from.

When burgundy hair started being advertised as a big hit, it was as an autumn color. Now, it has slowly but surely taken over the rest of the seasons as well. The sophisticated wine-reminiscent hues ranging from colder to warmer make burgundy a good choice no matter if it’s spring, summer, autumn or winter.

We are offering a collection of 30 burgundy hair ideas to start you off on your red adventure. The ideas were developed by My New Hairstyles, a website that aims to be an ultimate go-to resource for hair inspiration, run by five hair aficionados who believe hair is the ultimate source of sheer fun and a completely renewable one at that.

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