Blond is a hair color found in certain people characterized by low levels of the dark pigment eumelanin. Blond hair is common in infants and children, so much so that the term “baby blond” is often used for very light-colored hair. Many sub-categories of blond hair have also been invented to blond hair more accurately. Platinum blond and towhead – nearly white; found naturally almost exclusively in children, but occurring rarely among some adults ,sandy blond – similar to sand in color , ash blond – usually quite fair, with some ashen (grey) tones ,dirty blond or dishwater blond – dark blond ,golden blond or honey blond – lighter, with a gold cast. Blond hair is common in infants and children, so much so that the term “baby blond” is often used for very light-colored hair.
Bottle blond or bleach blond – artificially dyed blond hair ,strawberry blond – reddish blond ,pool blond – with green undertones, from habitual exposure to chlorinated pool water ,hazy blond or zebra blond – streaked blond and brunette ,brownish blond – darkest shade of blond with sometimes looking light brown and at other times dark blond. Gray hair can be hard to color because of its coarse texture. If your hair is less than one-thirds gray, opt for a semi-permanent color that’s a shade lighter than your natural color (or matches your color). The gray will blend right in. Semi-permanent color is less damaging than permanent color. Blond hair tends to turn darker with age, and many children born blond turn from anything between a light brown to dark brown before or during their teenage years.
Blond hair was commonly ascribed to the heroes and heroines of European fairy tales. Naturally blonde hair is very fine and can be delicate. Individuals who want to add highlights to their naturally sunny locks should carefully condition their hair prior to chemical treatments, and leave-in conditioners help protect the strands during processing. Naturally blonde and brunette hair can be given stunning highlights with no chemicals at all. These hair colors naturally lighten in the sun, and spending time outdoors is a great way to achieve perfect natural highlights. If you have chosen your blonde hair highlight color based on your hair color and skin tone, it will likely already match your eye color as well.