9 Redken Bronde Looks for Perfect Summer Hair
@samuel_dupuis used Flash Lift + 30 Vol to lift and toned with Shades EQ Gloss 09G + 09V.Photo By @samuel_dupuis Photo 1 of 9
This lived-in bronde look was made by @hairbyjessganley by using Shades EQ 01B, Shades EQ 07NB + 08V and EQ 09T + 09V + Clear.Photo By @hairbyjessganley Photo 2 of 9
@tabetha_and_co used Shades EQ Gloss 05N + 05NA on Zone 1 and 09P + 09N + 09GI + Clear on Zones 2 and 3 to create this regrowth blend.Photo By @tabetha_and_co Photo 3 of 9
@hairbykaesha used 1 ounce 07NW Milk Tea and a .50 ounce 06GI Tenerife with 1.5 ounces of Processing Solution for precision application. Additionally, she applied a global tone of 1oz 09GI Hamptons, .50oz 08N Mojave & .50oz 000 Crystal Clear with 2oz Processing Solution for Precision Application.Photo By @hairbykaesha Photo 4 of 9
Tihs full and healthy look was completed with Redken's Shades EQ by @styledby_debbe.Photo By @styledby_debbe Photo 5 of 9
To get this look, @kiraraehair used used Color Gels Lacquers 5N Walnut + 4NA Storm Cloud on Zone 1 and toned with Shades EQ Gloss 09V Platinum Ice + 08GI St. Barths + Clear on Zones 2 and 3.Photo By @kiraraehair Photo 6 of 9
@laurenelise.studios used Shades EQ Gloss 08VB Violet Frost to tone this high-contrast look.Photo By @laurenelise.studios Photo 7 of 9
Shades EQ helped @hairmeroar create this high-contrast look.Photo By @hairmeroar Photo 8 of 9
@nicoleoharehair used Flash Lift Bonder Inside to protect the integrity of her client's hair while getting the perfect lift. She followed up with acidic Shades EQ Gloss to tone.Photo By @nicoleoharehair Photo 9 of 9
Summer is approaching, and with the sun and warmth, clients might be looking for lighter looks.
But that doesn’t mean they have to go full blonde.
Let your clients channel their inner Gigi Hadid or Cara Delevingne. There are no rules for how dark or light they have to go; with bronde, clients can have both.
We pulled nine looks from Redken that show off the perfect balance bronde can provide, so clients don’t have to choose between brunette and blonde.
Utah-based Redken advocate @audreyinskeep called her look beige and says that by adding the right amount of warmth into the formula, it balances out the cool or ash tones that can sometimes appear dull or gray.
"Beige has a good balance of both warm tones and cool tones—cool to cancel out any unwanted warmth and warm reflects to make it appear bright and sunny," she says. "I rarely only use just cool tones to glaze my clients, even if they’re requesting ash or no warmth. Reason being is—cool tones absorb light while warm tones reflect light."
For more beautiful bronde looks and other color inspiration, make sure you’re following Redken on Instagram.