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Dallas Blonde Hair Women, listen up, this one is for you!

In Dallas, we experience some serious summers that inevitably flock everyone to the nearest swimming pool. Chlorine + Blonde hair + Sun + Flat Iron + Blow Dryer + Infrequent haircuts = TROUBLE. In the end of all that hot mess, you may be running into a mess between visits to the salon.

To cancel out brassy tones, or golden locks, your stylist usually tones the hair to keep it cool. As we all know, all hair color fades. By the time you need to have your roots touched up, you may be fed up with the golden tones. Using a purple or blue shampoo can deposit a tiny amount of pigment in your hair to keep it from turning gold.

My personal favorite is Pureology Perfect 4 Platinum shampoo and conditioner. The shampoo is a medium blue, which helps manage your tone. I absolutely love the conditioner, because it is perfect for most blondes who want to seriously condition their hair without heavily weighing it down.

-Brandon Stephens

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Coming from the best blonde hair stylist in Dallas: Roots are a fact of life. Duh, right?  Here’s the deal:  I get it. If you naturally have dark hair and choose to go blonde, then let’s do it right. The idea that you can have low maintenance hair when going blonde is pretty far fetched. Your roots are probably 4 or more shade darker than your ends and it will be obvious that it’s time for your h air to be colored 5-6 weeks after having it done.


Being a gorgeous Dallas blonde means keeping up with the maintenance. There’s no easy way about it. You can ask your stylist if a base break will give you a few extra weeks before you come back in for a partial or full highlight. Sometimes you can opt to get a base break (if your hair isn’t too dark) and it will soften the harshness of the dark to light contrast of your root to ends. But in the end, being in the chair every 4-6 weeks getting your roots done is the only answer.


As I walk down the streets, and see women on television whose roots are more than an inch deep, I cant help but shake my head. Being blonde isn’t easy, and it simply means you just have to keep up with your roots before the overtake your look.

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