Platinum Blonde Hair Ideas for Pinays

We've rounded up some platinum blonde hair inspo for you. Check them out!

Getting a new hair color is one way to update your look. If you want something subtle–just enough to refresh your look–you might want to try highlights for your naturally dark hair. But but if you’re aiming for a drastic transformation, go get platinum blonde hair.

This scene-stealing hair color is especially striking when you’re transitioning from the dark hair colors most Pinays are naturally born with. Paired with morena skin (and other skin tones, for that matter), platinum blonde hair makes for a head-turning look.

However, such a drastic hair color change can be risky. Your scalp might sting, and it can be extremely painful if it’s your first time to have your hair bleached blonde. Your hair will be exposed to chemicals and heat during the coloring process, both of which can extremely damage your hair. Bleach can cause dryness and hair breakage. In short, you have to be mentally, emotionally, and physically ready for a platinum blonde makeover.

If you have prepared properly and have adequately done your research, you can totally fulfill your dream of having a head of beautiful, bleached blonde locks. Read on to check out some platinum blonde inspiration and tips on how to properly get ready for your dye job.

 

1. Blunt Platinum Blonde Bob

Asian woman with short platinum blonde hair and hat
Platinum blonde short hair spells trendy and chic. Credit: Michelle Pedron

You may want to get short hair as well when you dye your hair platinum blonde. This way, your hair becomes less prone to split ends and further damage. Try a straight, blunt bob. And on days when you want to perk up your look, wear a cool hat!

Editor’s tip: Blonde hair is prone to getting brassy and discolored over time. Prevent this by using TRESemmé Pro-Color Series Blonde Brilliance Shampoo. Its purple formula neutralizes brassy tones so your blonde hair maintains its ashy color. It also has jojoba oil to help keep your scalp moisturized and your hair shiny. For best results, use with TRESemmé Pro-Color Series Blonde Brilliance Conditioner.

2. Platinum Blonde Lob

Filipina woman with short platinum blonde hair
Platinum blonde on morena skin? We love it! Credit: Jisa Atrero

This hair color also adds oomph to a simple medium-length haircut. To give the illusion of volume, part your hair on one side so it doesn’t rest flatly along your hair line.

3. Apple Cut

Asian woman with short platinum blonde hair wearing a black dancing attire
Try this fresh take on the apple cut. Credit: Budgeron Back for Pexels

Update this haircut and make it trendy by dyeing it platinum blonde. With this hair color and the apple cut’s shape, your look with definitely be an interesting one.

4. Short Curly Hair

Asian woman with curly platinum blonde hair
Get this head-turning look by having your curls dyed and bleached by a professional. Credit: Shutterstock

Take your short curls to the next level by dyeing them platinum blonde. To style, you can simply scrunch your hair to plop up your curls and flaunt your hair’s natural shape and volume.

5. Short Hair With Ponytail

Woman with short platinum blonde hair wearing eyeglasses and a blue dress
Look messy-chic and edgy with a platinum blonde bob in a low ponytail. Credit: indigitalimages.com

You can also get a bob or a lob to go with your platinum blonde hair. Then, on a bad hair day, just put it in a low ponytail for a messy-chic look.

6. Low Bun

Asian woman with blonde hair wearing a white backless dress
Use a fabric hair tie to secure your bun so it won’t grip your hair too tight. Credit: Mike Von for Unsplash

To keep your bleached hair from getting more damaged, choose hairstyles that won’t add stress or tension to your hair. A low, loose bun is great when you want to put your hair up. It’s also an easy hairstyle for when you’re working from home.

7. Platinum Blonde With Dark Hair

Asian woman with blonde and brown hair smiling
Can’t decide between brown and blonde? Get both! Credit: Christian Diokno from Pexels

You can combine platinum blonde with dark brown or dark blonde shades for depth and variety. Dye the top section of your hair platinum blonde, then go dark in the inner and bottom sections. You can pair this color combo with a layered haircut so you can show off your hair’s light and dark shades.

8. Pinkish Platinum Blonde

Asian woman with pinkish blonde hair wearing a white dress
Shadow roots give this pinkish-blonde hair a solid anchor. Credit: Paul Szewczyk

This platinum blonde hair color has a tinge of pink thrown in, resulting in a youthful and slightly sweet yet edgy look. It also reminds you of Korean hair colors, so try this if you’re going for a Kpop-inspired look.

1. Give your hair a break from chemicals.

Asian woman with shoulder length black hair wearing a black top smiling
Just leave your hair as is while preparing for your platinum blonde transformation. Credit: Hariono Halim

Going platinum blonde soon? You should first give your hair a break from styling treatments that can cause permanent damage to your hair.  That means no coloring, no perming, no rebonding, nothing! If your hair is already colored, try to grow out as much of your existing dye job as possible to achieve an even platinum blonde shade.

2. Don’t wash your hair!

Asian woman with dark shoulder-length hair with bangs wearing a white blouse and smiling
Skip a hair wash or two to let your natural oils moisturize your scalp. Credit: Shutterstock

Before you protest, calm down. It’s just for a couple of days leading up to your salon appointment. This should replenish the natural oils on your scalp, protecting you against the harsh chemicals that will be used in your platinum blonde dye job.

3. Go to a reputable salon.

Woman at the salon getting platinum blonde hair color
Having a reputable professional give you a dye job can save you from loads of regret. Credit: Shutterstock

If it’s your first time to go for such a high-risk hair transformation, don’t scrimp by trying to do it yourself. You might end up doing more harm than good. A hairstylist who knows what they’re doing (and who won’t dare ruin their and their salon’s reputation) should be able to take your hair from dark to light properly. If you don’t have a go-to salon yet, lurk on beauty forums and read reviews to discover the best colorists and hairstylists in your area.

4. Keep your hair moisturized.

woman with long white blonde hair
Keep your long, platinum blone hair nourished and moisturized. Credit: iStock.

Coloring your hair, in general, can make it drier, but the damage is definitely worse when you’re aiming for a shade as light as platinum blonde. The process involves repeated bleaching in such a short span of time, and if your hair is not in top shape, you can end up with dry, straw-like strands.

5. Repair damage.

Before you subject your hair to more stress, make sure it’s not damaged, to begin with. Weeks or even months before you bleach your hair, use products like hair masks and conditioners that help repair damage and leave it more resilient. This way, you don’t end up with extremely dry and damaged hair after the procedure.

Editor’s tip: Use Dove Keratin Repair 1 Minute Serum Conditioner to help nurse your hair back to its healthy-looking state. It has keratin-infused serum capsules that go deep into your hair strands to repair it from the inside. For best results, use it with Dove Intense Repair 1 Minute Serum Shampoo.

Now, you know how to prepare for a platinum blonde dye job and how to wear your new hair color after the treatment. Just make sure to give your blonde hair extra TLC so it stays vibrant for a long time.

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