Thomas J Salzano: different shades of blonde hair

Blonde hair color is very versatile for every season. This trending color is synonymous with radiant beauty for a reason. There is a whole gamut of blonde hair colors that one can simply choose from, either to feel light, get into the mood for springtime or an amazing makeover. According to Thomas John Salzano, a New Jersey based hair stylist, “there is a blonde shade varying from old Hollywood golden blonde to cutting edge platinum blonde, to suit every personality kind.” There are many blonde hair color shades to fit every skin tone.


He brings the important shades of Blonde Hair and to carry them with confidence:

Natural Blonde Hair Color

The range of natural blonde hair color shades vary from almost white to almond colored. This type of hair color mimics the natural blonde color. Thomas Salzano advises to try this colored hair with dazzle-glass lip gloss/lipstick and beautiful bright blue mascara.

Light Blonde Hair Color

Light blonde hair color can elevate your natural shade to a whole new look. It is a perfect hair color for the ones who wanted to have a little more fun. Try to wear it with rocking pink make-up!

Buttery Blonde Hair Color

The Buttery blonde hair color has the power to brighten up your face irrespective of your skin tone. Pair it with soft pink or nude lip color shade to rock this look.

Pearl Blonde Hair Color

Pearl Blonde hair color works best on light to medium color skin tones. It is a perfect blend of cool and natural tones. If your eye color is either brown or green, then you can complement your whole look with a rich brown eye-liner beautifully and carefully smudged on the top of your eye lid!

Wear these colors with confidence and you will rock any blonde hair color look! After all, confidence is the best color any person can wear, Thomas J Salzano remarks.


About Thomas N Salzano

Thomas N Salzano loves traveling to various places in vacations, Photography, planting trees and many more. Thomas J. Salzano loves to do new and creative things.
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