Thanks to the advances in the hair color industry, people can now permanently lighten their hair without bleach and other chemicals. Moreover, they can call themselves blondes even though they started as very dark brunettes. So, what is considered blonde after all? Not only the hair color level sixes and above, but hair color level ones and twos that have lifted their hair color qualify as blondes and can benefit from using our Omniblonde products ✨😍
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A Blonde Specific Complex - Specially designed for what blonde hair needs. The unique formula of our Omni lightening Defense Complex targets damaged hair, repairing it from the inside out. The elements of the OLDC is goji berries, corn sugar, hydrolyzed vegetable protein, sunflower oil and an amino acid blend. Our products will leave your blonde hair with Shine, Strength, Volume, Moisture & Tone 🌱😍
Have you seen Florence Pugh at the 2023 Oscars last week? We sure have! 🙌
We would love to show you a hairstyle that stood out to us recently, and today that is the hairstyle of actress Florence Pugh, who arrived at the 2023 Oscars red carpet with a bang. Quite literally 🤩
She appeared on the carpet with seemingly new, super short micro bangs. But upon looking closer, it appeared that half of Florence's ponytail swooped across the top of her head and somehow remained in place without any visible pins, while the other half hung down the back with a delicate wave 🙌
Talking about her hair color, we would say she has a natural depth of 7, ashy color. It looks like she has fine highlights at the roots with older more intense coloring. Her ends or ponytail are lightened to level 10. And what do you reckon, is that a hair piece or is that her natural hair? 👀
With that cool tone could, she could benefit from using our Omniblonde Cool Signature shampoo and conditioner, and the Magically Transforming Violet Treatment Masque for maintenance ✨
What do you think? Are you a fan of this hairdo? Let us know!