LA salon Blonde/Blond is mentioned by Refinery29

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Los Angeles salon Blonde/Blond doles out fashion advice for new blondes, on what clothes, colors and tones go best with their hair.

Blonde/Blond is LA's first and only blonde color salon. Owner Caitlin Richardson specializes in all things blonde and nothing else. If you are blonde or want to go blonde, this is the place to go. Customers can feel confident that Caitlin and the team understand the subtle nuances of dying blonde hair and believe that blonde is an exact science that needs to be ultra-specific.

Blonde/Blond offers a variety of services that ensure your blonde color comes out absolutely perfect and stays that way. From touch ups to highlights, dusting and full color, Blonde/Blond has you covered. Other services include balayage, hair painting, color corrections, color melts, brown to blonde services, natural sun kissed color, grey blending, grow out and more.

Their techniques and vast knowledge of pigments and color placement result in spot on results that their clients ask for, while always considering the health and integrity of the hair above all else.

Refinery29 recently released an article about a young woman's journey to blonde hair and how it affected her life, mainly in the way she dresses and her personal style. This woman stepped into Blonde/Blond and received full color services and walked out amazing and healthy hair. While she was in the salon, she asked for advice on what to wear to make her new hair look its best. Caitlin was nice enough to go over these 5 things:

1. Go easy on pink, frills, and general froufrou

2. But knock yourself out with structured and tailored pieces

3. Navy is to blondes what gray marl is to dark hair, or hunter green to redheads

4. Beware of animal print, or anything else that makes you feel a little too Jennifer Lawrence in American Hustle

5. Recalibrate your fashion references

If you need extra help on what to wear after going blonde, take a peek at what your favorite Hollywood blondes are wearing.

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