Rose gold hair color can be any combination of pink, peach, violet, rose, coral, salmon, sand, blush or gold. It can be applied all over, as highlights or slices, or as a balayage or ombré effect. It can be applied with a subtle hand or it can be designed for a vivid effect.
Ash shades can be described as Winter Wheat, Titanium, and Latté. Generally lighter, cool to neutral skin tones look best in ashy tones, ash blonde color lacks any red or hint of gold tones. To correctly identify your skin tone visit a stylist near you today! Maintenance Factor: 4-8 weeks
A pale ashy blonde shade that spans the spectrum from slate to silver. This high-fashion shade requires a thorough consultation and a longer visit at the salon. Platinum Blonde is a trend that never goes out of style and pairs perfectly with a red lip. Maintenance factor: 3-4 weeks
From the brightest shade of golden blonde—never brassy— to a creamy buttery blonde, golden blondes illuminate like the rays of sun. Whether all-over blonde, babylights, highlights or ombré, this shade will boost the mood. Maintenance factor: 4-10 weeks
Thinking about dying your hair blonde conjures a multitude of images, from the subtlest blonde highlights to complete transformations through the bleaching process. But regardless of whether you want to go platinum blonde from a dark natural hair color or simply liven up already-blonde tresses, the pros at Matrix can answer your questions and help you have way more fun going blonde.Read More
Balayage, ombre, babylights…. You know the lingo, you can list your favorites and if you’re as blonde-obsessed as I am, have probably pinned all the above to a “Hair Goals” Pinterest board. Thanks to modern day technology, image sharing platforms are literally at our fingertips making it easier than ever to find color inspiration. But being a passionate Pinterest curator doesn’t always give the clearest insight into what type of blonde is right for you.Read More