What is Bronde and How do I get it?

The newest hair trend hitting the red carpet was the mix of blonde and brown highlights. This look is now the most sort after of the moment, and as a culture who loves coining creative names for simple things (Think: “Bradjelina” “Strobing” etc) of course a new term was born: Bronde.

There are a few different types of Bronde floating around at the moment. Have a read and decide which one would suit you best, and we’ll tell you how to get it!

Sarah Jessica Parker: SJP has always been one step ahead of the trend with millions around the globe trying to mirror her Carrie Bradshaw-ness. Here she kills it again with shiny bronde tones and blonde ends. This works well if you’re a natural brunette. Add in slightly lighter strands that frame the face and fan out at the ends.



Lauren Conrad: Lauren has that girl-next-door look that had us captured from the first moment we laid eyes on her in The Hills and she’s shaken things up this year with a long-bob but what captured us the most was her Bronde!

lauren conrad

If you’re naturally blonde this is the way to go. Incorporate darker strands like a light cappuccino shade that blends nicely and is not too stark of a contrast.

Cara Delevingne: It Girl of the moment, of course Cara is flaunting the latest hair trend. For a Cara look blend both thin blonde and brown foils throughout your hair to have the best of both worlds.

Model Cara Delevingne arrives for the Burberry Womenswear Autumn/Winter 2015 show at London Fashion Week in Kensington Gardens, west London, Monday, Feb. 23, 2015. (Photo by Joel Ryan/Invision/AP)

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Renee Volck

Renee Volck

Writer and expert