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Regis Introduces… Bronde Luxe

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Say hello to Bronde Luxe, AW16’s hottest trend, now expanded and taken to new heights.

At its core, the Bronde trend is about a rich, natural-looking fusion of two of the most classic shades – blonde and brunette. Traditionally, this is achieved by lightening the hair without too much contrast, leaving it looking naturally luxurious. Because of its rather limited palette, Bronde has always been perceived as a look that is just for brunettes – until now. With Wella Professionals new Bronde Luxe service, available at your local Regis salon, our stylists have a full spectrum of Bronde Luxe shades, meaning you can have a personalised Bronde Luxe service perfected to suit your skin tone and eye colour.

Hand Crafted Colour

Using their unique expertise and colour craftsmanship, Wella Professionals has pushed Bronde to the next level. Now the placement of light and shadow can be used to lift any colour, and give you your very own ultra-personalised Bronde Luxe look. The Bronde technique is the perfect solution if you don’t want a solid, all-over colour – this trend-setting style delivers a prestige result that can only be achieved in a Regis salon.

Bronde Luxe diversifies the trend by adding nuances of pearl, olive, coffee and caramel to natural tones. The colour craftsmanship of Regis’ expert stylists shines through at every stage of the process, resulting in the ultimate Couture Colour finish. The Bronde Luxe service offers the highest quality products, not only in colour but also care. Ask your Regis stylist today for a Couture Colour service, and enjoy luxurious, personalised colour results as well as the perfect home hair care regime.

Browse our images below for your personalised Bronde inspiration.

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Like what you see? Book into your local Regis salon today.

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