The hair trendsetters love blending two colors and then their names to get creative new jargon in the hair industry. All these new words like balayage, bronde and ronze can get confusing though. We’re going to straighten out the ronze hair color trend and tell you how to get it.
What is Ronze Hair Color?
Ronze is a mixture of copper red and bronze brown. It’s like the bronde hair color trend but transformed for those that prefer the redder hues of hair color. It brightens up your complexion and it has less maintenance than bright and fiery reds but more dimension than browns.
Check out Emma Stone’s ronze hair color. The red and bronze mash-up gives her long bob shine and highlights without adding a drastic second tone.
Why is Ronze Trendy?
Ronze, like bronde, is a more wearable color. It looks more natural than an orange copper hue or blue-based shades of red. This mixed hue is a little deeper than copper, softer than bright red but still bold.
Best of all, ronze can flatter both warm and cool skin tones. Ladies with cool skin tones don’t have to avoid this coppery hue because ronze has a blue factor to it too.
Ronze for Dark Complexions
If you have a dark or cool complexion, then opt for a deeper shade of ronze to compliment your complexion. Olive and darker skin tones then you will want the blue-based versions of bronze to be more dominant than the warmer hues.
Ronze for Medium Complexions
If you have a medium complexion, then there’s a good chance that you have a warmer skin tone. In this case, golden ronze hues are a better choice. If you have naturally brunette hair, play up your hairs warmth by adding amber bronze highlights.
Ronze for Fair Complexions
Fair complexions look natural with red shades, in fact, most red heads are fair skinned. These complexions work best with vibrant copper undertones to compliment the cool skin tones. If you’re a naturally redhead then you can simply add a color gloss to enhance your natural color.
Once you’ve gone ronze, you might have to change up your makeup palette a little bit to compliment your new ronze hues. But you can probably just slap on some true red lipstick and mascara for an instantly gorgeous look.