I’ve done it before, it was fun for a bit— but too much work for having my eyebrow shades even or in a neutral color.posted about 4 years ago
That’s a pretty big change..I’ve personally have been looking to go lighter (brown highlights or something) and did a decent amount of research, and have seen a lot of asians asking how to go blonde. I’d suggest you make sure you’re sure about the color, and go to a salon that you trust. I think anyone can rock blonde hair; go for it if you really want to. :)posted about 4 years ago
Maybe a deep honey blonde would look fairly natural. A really bright peroxide could work too, if you’re up for making a statement.
Other than that, though, it could look a bit odd and out of place. Go to a hairdresser and see what they recommend.posted about 4 years ago
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I don’t think the shape of your face has anything to do with going blond. I agree with the others that going blond is a drastic change and highlights may be the better way to go.posted about 4 years ago
I have VERY dark brown hair and tried to go blonde a couple years ago…whether it looked good or not, it torched my hair and it’s taken me a while to get it back to normal. Just go slow and steady if you decide to do it!
A great website to try out different looks/colors is www.virtualmakeover.composted about 4 years ago