Looking for an unrooted blonde style? Jon Renau has two gorgeous colors that you can consider, 24B22 (Creme Brulee) as well as 22F16 (Blonde Brownie). How do these compare?
Let’s take a look.
24B22 (Creme Brulee)
As you can see from the pictures below, shown in the Ignite wig, this is a warmer lighter blonde. It still isn’t as warm as say Shaded Peaches and Cream is (14/26S10), but it does give more warmth than the 22F16, which we’ll look at in a minute.
There are some subtle highlights as you can see the two different colors mixing into the overall style, but it’s nothing too dramatic. Since these two colors are very close to each other, 22 and 24, you can’t expect a large color difference.
22F16 (Blonde Brownie)
Now let’s take a look at Blonde Brownie. This color is much lighter and more on the ashy side compared to the one above. If you love a good ash blonde, this is a great option for you. The highlights are slightly more predominant in this color as you are mixing two colors further apart, 16 and 22, however they still aren’t that dramatic and don’t offer a ton of contrast. The end result is just a pretty multi-dimentional color that will look like you just stepped out of a salon.
Side By Side Comparison
Wondering how these two compare? Check out these pics which shows a direct side by side comparison in various lighting schemes. As you can see, when put side by side, they do look remarkably different. Please note that these are both heat defiant fibers, so the color will also be slightly different if you are looking at a regular synthetic fiber. Below, you’ll see the two side by side. with room lighting on (top left), with daylight (top right), with sunlight shining in (bottom right) and a still with them side by side.
So which blonde is right for you? Both are great choices, so think about your skin tones and whether you prefer a warm, golden color or one that’s ashier and lighter.