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Blonde and Black Wig
Two worlds collide

For a long time, there has been a low key war between blonde and black wigs. Those who love blonde hair believe it makes them feel more confident, look younger and generally have a lot more fun. Those who love black wigs on the other hand feel that they are classier, more sophisticated and easier to pull off. With so much to gain from both sides, why not combine them to form one bombshell style? Below is how you can work with a black and blonde wig.

How blonde and black work together

Black and Blonde Wig
1. Streaking or highlights

In this case, you either have black hair with blonde highlights or vice versa. In this case, you can choose wigs where the mix is subtle or you could go for more conspicuous streaking. That way, you get to go out of your comfort zone without abandoning the color you love. 

2. Ombre finishing

Ombre is one of those styles you can never go wrong with when it comes to black and blonde wigs. As with the highlights, you can either have black as the base color and blonde hues as the ombre tips or vice versa. 

3. Complete Cruella Deville spilt

Finally, you could decide to totally embrace the combination with a Cruella-like wig. In this case, one half is entirely black while the other is blonde. This is something different and very edgy that is definitely not for the faint of heart. 


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