Smokey blondes - nordic blondes with subdued earthy tones are going to be a dominant color of choice for woman that want there deeper blonde to appear like a full color. But with closer inspection you see the glistening of the tones, creating variation and softness. Use words like "mushroom, beige and pale tan", it will help your colorist in shade selections.
Buttery Blondes- blondes with warmth can sparkle away when the sun is nowhere to be seen. Ask your colorist to introduce tones of honey and creamy gold with lowlights of biscuit and sandy blonde. You may be a little hesitant at first, but these tones suit most complexions and can add a glow that your skin may have lost. Light and shade can also give volume to fine textured hair.
Copper, red heads and strawberry blondes will be relieved by the coming seasonal change because this is your time to truly glow. Get your colorist to brighten your mane and go for a more intense color choice, as we know (and if you didn't) red is the quickest color to fade, as the sun oxidizes color. Ask your colorist to do a skin and eye analysis and find your skin tone. Warm skin tones will suit rich golden coppers, rustic auburn reds and brighter strawberry blondes, cooler skin tones will suit cherry reds, pinky reds and tones of dusty apricot.
Don't be afraid of change, sometimes it's exactly what you need to keep you looking fresh and feeling fabulous. Expert tip 101: Always use professional products to avoid color fade and reward your hair and use a treatment at least once a week, product range of choice, Aveda Color Conserve.