15 Light Blonde Hair Color Ideas for Pinays

Here are chic and trendy ways to wear light blonde hair color.

Getting a light blonde hair color is a surefire way to change your look. When you’ve always had dark hair like jet black or brown, going blonde may seem frightening. But don’t worry, we’re here to give you loads of blonde inspiration so you can pick the light hair color that suits you.

Before you have your hair dyed blonde, remember that bleached hair needs extra care. Maintaining it requires extra effort in keeping your hair moisturized. Also, bleaching damages your hair, so make sure to stock up on products that repair hair damage to keep your locks gorgeous.

Ready to go blonde? Here are light blonde hair color ideas for you!

1. Platinum Blonde Lob

Asian woman with platinum blonde hair wearing a green shirt
Platinum blonde goes well with morena skin tones. Credit: Jisa Atrero

One of the most popular light blonde hair color is platinum blonde, and we can see why! It’s flattering for morenasPlus, the ashy, metallic-like shade gives you an edgy vibe.

Editor’s tip: Once you go blonde, you’ll need a shampoo that will keep brassy tones at bay while moisturizing your hair. For this, we recommend TRESemmé Pro-Color Series Blonde Brilliance Shampoo. Its purple formula neutralizes brassy tones, so your blonde hair stays beautiful for a long time. It also has jojoba oil to give your hair moisture and shine.

Pair TRESemmé Pro-Color Series Blonde Brilliance Shampoo with TRESemmé Pro-Color Series Blonde Brilliance Conditioner to get the best results. 

2. Light Blonde Hair With Dark Roots

Side view of an Asian woman with blonde hair
Having blonde hair with dark roots is a trend. Credit: Natasha Estelle

When dyeing your hair, you can leave your dark roots as they are. This way, you don’t have to schedule a salon appointment as soon as your hair starts growing.

3. Curly Light Blonde Hair

Woman with short light blonde hair wearing a black tank top
Make your curls look edgy by dyeing them blonde. Credit: Shutterstock

Jazz up your curly hair with a platinum blonde hair color. You can even get a short haircut for your curly hair along with a new color to update your whole look.

4. Platinum Blonde Bob With Hat

Asian woman with short blonde hair wearing a hat
A bucket hat acts both as a trendy head hear and protection from the sun. Credit: Michelle Pedron

Even a simple blunt bob can look edgy when you dye it platinum blonde. Keep the length of your bob below your chin so you can still showcase your hair color when you wear a hat.

5. Silver Blonde

Asian woman with silver blonde hair in space buns
Silver blonde hair gives your look more sparkle. Credit: Shutterstock

This pale blonde color gives your hair a slightly grayish tone. It adds character to your look, especially when you put your hair in a quirky hairstyle like space buns.

Editor’s tip: When your hair has been damaged by bleaching and frequent coloring, nurse it back to its healthy-looking state with the help of Dove Keratin Repair 1 Minute Serum Conditioner. It has keratin-infused serum capsules that go deep into your hair to repair damage from within. It leaves your hair recovered, beautiful, and more resilient in just one minute. 

6. Dip-Dyed Light Blonde Hair Color

Back shot of an Asian woman with short hair
Even short hair like bobs and lobs can be dip-dyed. Credit: Panadda Suwanjundee

Achieve this look by having the bottom half of your hair dyed blonde. The abrupt shift from your naturally dark hair color to blonde creates a bold contrast that adds oomph to your look.

7. Light Ash Blonde

Asian woman with a light blonde hair color
Make your hair look dreamy with this light blonde hair color: Shutterstock

If you want to try a light blonde hair color that’s almost white, go for light ash blonde. Then, simply leave your hair down to showcase your fab new look.

8. Icy Blonde

Asian woman with an icy light blonde hair color
Add soft waves to your icy blonde hair to keep your hair from looking flat. Credit: Marcus Silva from Pexels

Another light blonde hair color that’s almost white is icy blonde. But unlike light ash gray, it has less gray, making it look paler but brighter. Icy blonde also has a cool undertone and lets you exude a winter-like, snow-queen vibe.

9. Strawberry Blonde Hair Color

Asian woman with strawberry blond hair wearing a white jacket
This light blonde hair color exudes a cheerful vibe. Credit: Panadda Suwanjundee

This sweet-looking color has hints of red and pink. It gives your look a cheerful vibe, especially when you put your hair in space buns, pigtails, and other cute hairstyles.

10. Light Blonde Chin-Length Bob

Asian woman with short light blonde hair
A short haircut can help you keep split ends and damage to a minimum. Credit: indigitalimages.com

If you love simple and sleek looks, try a blunt chin-length bob. Then, part it at the center and blow-dry at the lowest heat setting to make it straight.

11. Bronde

Asian woman with bronde hair wearing eyeglassesey
Shadow roots add depth to your bronde hair. Credit: Shutterstock

This light to medium blonde hair color can be worn in a balayage or with shadow roots. It’s flattering for almost all skin tones, too.

12. Greige

Woman with greige hair
Combing gray and beige results in an intriguing hair color. Credit: Shutterstock

This combination of gray and beige gives your hair an ashy, brownish-blonde appearance. Pair it with a layered or a V-shaped haircut for a multi-dimensional look.

13. Icy Silver

Woman with short icy silver blonde hair
Pair this edgy hair color with an equally edgy haircut like a textured, layered bob. Credit: Christiano Sinisterra from Pexels

It has the edgy, metallic features of silver blonde and the pale, bright quality of icy blonde hair color. Make your roots dark gray to add depth to your ‘do.

14. Light Ash Gray

Back of a woman with light ash gray hair
Add texture to your light blonde hair by curling its bottom half. Credit: Shutterstock

You won’t run out of stylish ashy options, and this light ash gray hair color is one of them. Wear it on short hair or on long, layered hair to create a modern and edgy look.

15. Light Milk Tea

Asian woman with a light milk tea hair color
This hair color is as trendy as its namesake drink. Credit: Hai Nguyen from Pexels

This milk tea hair color consists of blonde and brown shades and ashy undertones. It’s a trendy hue that gives you a fresh and youthful look.

1.  Use the right products.

This is probably the most important part. Once you’ve left the salon, make a beeline to the supermarket and load up on hair care products that are specially formulated for colored hair. In fact, your bleached hair can benefit a lot from a keratin-rich conditioner for colored hair like Cream Silk Triple Keratin Rescue Ultimate Color Revive Ultra Conditioner. It has keratin relaxers to tame frizz, keratin serum to revive hair from intense damage, and keratin essence to restore shine to dull hair.

2. Keep it moisturized.

Bleaching can damage all kinds of hair, but it’s especially harmful to naturally dark hair like ours. The result? Your light blonde hair color will appear like dry, straw-like ends—not a good look! Nourish your hair and replenish the nourishment it lost during the chemical treatment.

Editor’s tip: Treat your hair to a repairing mask like Vitakeratin Expert Salon Treatment Deep Repair. It is infused with vitamin E to help nourish your hair. And aside from having salon-quality keratin, it is also blended with argan oil to help repair damage. 

3. Shield it against the sun.

Exposure to sunlight causes photo-yellowing, leading to damaged, discolored hair. When going out, protect your hair from the sun’s rays by wearing a hat or a headscarf. Using an umbrella can also help.

4. Minimize heat styling if you have a light blonde hair color.

Your bleached hair is already damaged to begin with. So, when you frequently use heated tools like straightening irons and curling wands, you are subjecting your hair to more stress. To keep your light blonde hair from getting damaged further, give it a break from heat-styling tools. When you need to use a blow-dryer or hair straightener, put it at the lowest heat setting possible to minimize damage.

5. Watch your water.

Yes, the quality of the water in your bathroom can affect the way your dye job looks! Your hair can get discolored if there’s copper or chlorine in your water supply. A water filter for your showerhead can do wonders for your colored mane. And speaking of chlorine…

6. Keep your hair away from pool water.

Bleached light blonde hair color doesn’t go well with the ungodly amounts of chlorine in an average swimming pool. If you do have to take a dip, rinse your hair with bottled water beforehand—your hair will already be soaked, and it won’t be able to absorb that much water in the pool anymore. Don’t forget your swimming cap!

7. Don’t shampoo your light blonde hair every day.

What’s the best way to keep your blonde locks looking fabulous? Easy: conditioner! While shampoo is excellent for getting rid of oil and dirt on your scalp, it also strips away moisture from the rest of your hair. Conditioner helps replenish that moisture after cleansing so that you can go longer between washes without sacrificing shine or moisture.

8. Don’t skip the regular hair trims.

We know how much you love your locks—and we’re here to make sure they stay healthy and beautiful! Light blonde hair is fragile and needs extra care, so it’s important to keep the ends trimmed regularly. This will prevent split ends and breakage, which can lead to damage or dullness. Now, this tip isn’t just for blondes—everybody should be getting regular haircuts!

9. Use a silk pillowcase.

That’s right: if you sleep on a silk pillowcase, your light blonde hair will be healthier, shinier, and less prone to breakage. Why? Because silk is naturally anti-static and doesn’t allow for the build-up of moisture that causes frizz and split ends. Not only that, but it helps prevent rubbing against your pillowcase (which can also cause breakage).

10. Dry your hair with a microfiber towel

Have you ever noticed that when you dry your hair with a regular towel, it gets frizzy? That’s because the fibers in regular towels aren’t soft enough to prevent breakage.

When you use a microfiber towel, however, your hair is gently dried without any damage to the cuticle or strands. It also helps the color last longer and keeps your hair from drying out. Use a shine serum to moisturize your hair.

 

 

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