Calling all ends of the blonde spectrum, Schwarzkopf Professional Blonding Ambassador Kim Vō shares his essential secrets to attaining & maintaining brilliant blonde color anytime of the year. Whether it’s a new platinum ‘do or a hint of ombré, Kim’s insider #BLONDME tips are worth a listen.
ne Magnifying Spray ($24) – this special lightweight smoothing and conditioning spray has apricot oils to give your tresses a glimmering shine, while UV filters protect against structural damage, creating a look that truly sheens from within. It’s my FAVORITE product right now!”
[Image: Daniel Zuchnik/FilmMagic/Getty Images] [pagebreak] ing, after processing, and at home.” Take care of your color long-term with BLONDME Blonde Brilliance Warm Caramel Shampoo.
[Image: Venturelli/WireImage/Getty Images][pagebreak]
at home, Kim recommends to “shampoo and condition with BLONDME Blonde Brilliance Light Cool Ice, ($20, $23) which delivers targeted levels of cool pigments and improves blond clarity, creating the champagne sparkle Reese has come to own.”
[Image: Alberto E. Rodriguez/Getty Images][pagebreak]
rovides maximum lift on natural and colored hair--even on the darkest bases. It’ll leave hair soft and silky, without compromising its integrity.”
[Image: Steve Granitz/WireImage/Getty Images][pagebreak]
nde Brilliance Intense Treatment ($25) to help nurture your ends. “This treatment helps even the most damaged blonde radiant from within. Formulated with extra keratin to repair the inner hair structure, while providing outer hair strength and vitality, too, this is my go to for blondes needing some serious TLC.”
[Image: Monica Schipper/Getty Images][pagebreak]
se it doesn’t create a line of demarcation.” Taylor Swift reaches the farthest end of the blonde spectrum with her brazen, almost brunette locks. Vō shares, “This darker blonde can be easily maintained with BLONDME Leave-In Conditioner, ($23) which caters to highlights by providing cationic ingredients that specifically nourish these areas, while oils provide an instant shimmery shine to your hair.”
[Image: Tim P. Whitby/Getty Images]