Wendy Williams is looking hot with her latest blonde to brown hair color. Although this color combo is nothing new, Wendy has managed to make it look classy and beautifully pulled off, mainly due to the fantastic shades that are featured throughout her 'do.
The main idea for two-toned 'do is big and bouncy. A combination of medium to long layers are cut through the back and sides to encourage the body and fullness making it a great hairstyle to frame a long face. This 'do is perfect for those with naturally thick hair and will need regular trims to prevent split ends.
Wendy has a warm skin tone, and her blonde and browns flatter her complexion nicely. If you have a similar skin tone and want this look, here's how to get it.
If your natural hair color is black or dark brown, you will need to lighten it up to mocha brown so it will mesh with the blonde tones-anything darker will look too harsh. The middle layers need to be the happy medium between blonde and brown, which is usually a warm cinnamon shade on the tips. Here, you can see Wendy's middle layer goes from light blonde at the roots to cinnamon at the ends - this is where it gets tricky so get a professional to do it! Her top layers are a light warm buttery blonde which goes great with her warm skin tone.
Overall, this is a pretty look that is something different from the same old, same old. However, be forewarned that this is a high maintenance hair color technique, so be prepared to make your hairstylist your new BFF.
To see how you'd look with with this great hairstyle, try the virtual hairstyle with your own photo!