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  • View Poll Results: Do you like the bronde hair colour?
    Yeah, I think it looks nice
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    No, I dont like it
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    Indifferent
    16
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    It's my hair colour at the moment, so I guess yes I do like it
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    I think that this colour is gorgeous - it suits most people who I've seen with it, look sophisticated but not too serious, and the different highlights make it look interesting when it's up!
    And, no, my hair is actually very dark brown
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    i think it can be ok on some people but not all, if it looks natural then its good but if its not then it doesnt look too good like ive seen some asian people who have died their hair blonde, it just doesnt suit them..no offence to any asians with blonde hair and im not being racist either
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    The picture sold it to me.

    Brace yourself for a serious generalization and unfair stereotyping. Read on at your own risk.

    If I'm honest I think dyed blonde radiates "slut" unless of course I know the person.
    Brown is just a standard hair colour so I fell indifferent.
    Bronde as you call it is a nice inbetween.
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    Natalie portman's hair in that pic is not bronde. it's just brown with lighter brown highlights.
    But yes I do like bronde, I had my hair done like it in the summer (partially by accident) and people joked about me being ginger but yeah, I liked it
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    Hai hai, me rike za bronde hair
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    I always thought a lot of dark blondes were naturally that colour. My hair looks similar to this and it's not dyed. I just have very dark blonde hair underneath (almost brown) and it's lighter on the top because it obviously catches the sun.
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    It's really nice tbh
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    My hair is naturally like that so ja.
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    Dirty/sandy blonde ftw.
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    I always called my hair dirty blonde! I guess its good to have a better name for it, bronde sounds much less... unclean.
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    Might have to start calling myself 'bronde' now. So much easier than 'Well, it's kind of browny blonde... or maybe blonde-y brown...'
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    I think it looks great if you're tanned I'm sure it looks okay for paler skin too but it seems to look nice on darker skin tones.
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    I said yes but then again what doesn't look good when Natalie Portman is modeling it
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    (Original post by hannahhaworth)
    Natalie portman's hair in that pic is not bronde. it's just brown with lighter brown highlights.
    But yes I do like bronde, I had my hair done like it in the summer (partially by accident) and people joked about me being ginger but yeah, I liked it
    This, Natalie's hair cut is lush but it's not 'bronde'.

    My natural hair colour is bronde, I like it but it doesn't suit me because I'm so pale, it seemed to wash me out quite a bit, I dye my hair now I reddish brown and it doesn't seem to draw me out so much.
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    My natural hair colour- I do miss it. :sad:

    Growing out the dark brown/red at the mo and I wish it'd hurry up. Don't want to do a home dye job and screw up my hair further....
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    (Original post by Linzikins)
    I think it looks great if you're tanned I'm sure it looks okay for paler skin too but it seems to look nice on darker skin tones.
    That's what I think, because it's not a really full, rich colour you need to have some colour in your face to pull it off. I'm really pale, so with bronde I look quite washed out.
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    This is my hair colour at the min..is that what u call bronde?
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    (Original post by popoporoo)
    This is my hair colour at the min..is that what u call bronde?
    I'd say yes, just. Your colour is ALMOST light brown with blonde highlights, but the overall colour can't be called blonde or brown, which is my definition of bronde...
    It's gorgeous btw, and your hair looks in very good condition

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