ASK RONA: During the fall & winter months, my hair “browns out.” HELP!
Hi Adrienne & Stephanie! My hair is a natural strawberry-blonde in the summer and a little darker red in other seasons, but in the winter it turns almost brown and very dull. Is there anything I can do to naturally brighten it? I’m very pale and scared a henna treatment could look a bit extreme or unnatural on me. Any advice would be greatly appreciated. P.S. So glad i found this site, fashion, make-up and advice made for redheads- thats awesome!
By: Rona O’Connor: Your hair is going through what I call: browning out. Any redhead on a blonder side tends to go more dishwater “brown out,” as I call it. This is a natural progression and it happens to blondes, too! But, no worries because there is lots of options. Firstly, henna is not my first suggestion as it isn’t always compatible with other treatments. Instead, try a glossing treatment that is temporary and consists of copper and will give a beautiful, natural red enhancing result. My favorite product is ELUMEN by GOLDWELL. Check it out by clicking the link or and see where you can get a treatment using Goldwell’s products at a salon near you. It is my favorite transition for redheads who “brown out.” Send in photos of your result!
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