Blond hair dye colors, much favoured by European and North American women.
Blond (or blonde, is a hair color found in certain people characterized by low levels of the dark pigment eumelanin. From degrees of almost light brown, to pale, almost white yellow, the various hues of blondness are found in a little less than 1.8% of the world's human population.
The resultant visible hue depends on various factors, but always has some sort of yellowish color, going from the very pale blond caused by a patchy, scarce distribution of pigment, to reddish "strawberry" blond colors or golden brownish blond colors, the latter with more eumelanin. True blonds have the thinnest strands of hair while the strands of tropical black hair are the thickest.
Blond hair dye colors come in many hues, sub-categories of blond hair have also been invented to describe someone with blond hair more accurately. Examples include the following:
- Platinum blond and towhead - nearly white; found naturally almost exclusively in children, but occurring rarely among some adults
- Sandy blond - similar to sand in color
- Ash blond - usually quite fair, with some ashen (grey) tones
- Dirty blond or dishwater blond - dark blond
- Golden blond or honey blond - lighter, with a gold cast
- Bottle blond or bleach blond - artificially dyed blond hair
- Strawberry blond - reddish blond
- Pool blond - with green undertones, from habitual exposure to chlorinated pool water
- Hazy blond or zebra blond - streaked blond and brunette
- Brownish blond - darkest shade of blond with sometimes looking light brown and at other times dark blond
Blond hair dye colors can be used as fllirtatious or deadly earnest.
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