Bebonia curly hair extensions are available in seven shades: light blonde, honey blonde, strawberry blonde, chestnut, dark brown, natural black, and jet black.
Full Color Guide
- Our darkest shade
- Pure black color
- Comparable to if you went to a salon and had your hair dyed black
- Has cool blue undertones, however, it is not a blue-black shade
- If Natural Black is too light/looked too brown this is your best bet.
- A natural black color
- Great if you naturally have very dark hair and haven’t dyed your hair before
- Best if your hair usually looks black but appears dark brown in sunlight
- Has warm, brown undertones that come through in direct light
- Most similar to a 1B color code
- Our darkest shade of brown
- Has warm subtle red undertones
- Unlike off black, this is a true brown color
- Our lightest shade of brown
- Blend of brown and blonde tones
- Has warm undertones
- The only shade or red we offer
- A medium blonde with gold undertones
- Bright copper undertones come through in the sunlight
- A medium red-brown shade
- Great if Chestnut wasn’t red or dark enough
- Our darkest blonde
- A natural, medium blonde shade
- Cool-toned with natural ash undertones
- Our brightest bleach blonde
- Lots of warm, golden undertones
- No ash undertones
Need a second opinion on your shade?
What if I don’t see the right color for me?
If you do not see your ideal color match, you’re welcome to opt for the next lightest option available and have your Bebonia extensions custom-dyed a darker color by an experienced colorist.
What if I have highlights, lowlights, or balayage?
If your hair contains a range of shades, we recommend that you match your set to your lightest shade. Why? It’s less damaging to dye extensions a darker shade. Bleaching your set comprises the hair and will loosen the curl.
Take your extensions to a professional hair colorist who has experience with extensions. They can add in lowlights or dye the roots a darker color to help your extensions blend. Note: we recommend that you test one weft to ensure a color match before dying the full set.