33 shades of blonde you can wear all year long

All Things Hair | 01 May 2019
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Warning: hot shades of blonde coming through! 

Anyone who has ever coloured their hair will know how difficult it can be to settle on a hue. Is it right for the season? Will it suit my skin tone? These are all questions we must ask ourselves each and every time. But with our extensive list of shades of blonde, you’ll be able to have a flattering look come rain or shine!

So, to take the guesswork out of your next salon appointment, make sure you go armed with one of these delightful snaps and get ready to make your hair dreams a reality.

1. Warm butterscotch blonde

Shades of blonde hair: Woman with wavy warm blonde long hair wearing a black top.
Keep things toasty with this warm butterscotch blonde. Credit: indigitalimages.com

Want to keep warm this winter? Then try out this luxuriously creamy, butterscotch shade – one of our favourite blonde hair shades, ever.

It’s a great colour for those with fair to medium skin tones, as the richer blonde hues won’t wash out these complexions, but rather give them a lovely, healthy glow.

2. Winter white blonde

Shades of blonde hair: Woman with straight white blonde hair wearing hair clips.
Rock winter white blonde for a stunning change! Credit: indigitalimages.com

We know it might sound a little unorthodox, but have you ever considered rocking white blonde beyond sunshine season?

Contrary to popular belief, this icy blonde hue looks just as great in the winter as it does in the summer. Plus, it complements paler complexions perfectly!

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Editor’s tip: Keep your blonde hair looking great by using the TONI&GUY Illuminate Blonde Shampoo and Conditioner. It’ll gently cleanse different shades of blonde hair, while helping to maintain colour vibrancy and give it a shine boost!

3. Champagne blonde

Shades of blonde hair: Elsa Hosk with long wavy champagne blonde hair style in a side parting wearing red lipstick and a black sheer dress.
Make your blonde hair shade pop with a champagne hue. Credit: Rex by Shutterstock

From all over colour to a champagne ombre, get the A-list look with this popping shade of blonde.

Next read: Want to slay champagne blonde hair?

4. Platinum blonde

Shades of blonde hair: Rita Ora with latinum blonde straight hair styled in a half-up, half-down ponytail pigtails with a frull fringe wearing a slogan tshirt.
Which platinum blonde will you be? Credit: Instagram.com/ritaora

Platinum blonde shades have always been a popular choice, from Marilyn Monroe to Rita Ora, there is no denying their appeal. Credit: @ritaora

Next read: Why platinum blonde hair is having a major moment.

5. Dark honey blonde

Shades of blonde hair: Woman with dark honey blonde straight hair in half-up bouffant style.
This dark honey blonde is a lovely way to work different shades of blonde.

Looking for low maintenance shades of blonde? Then this sweet yet sultry colour could be your hair solution.

How? Because the roots can be kept relatively dark to create a contrast with the lighter tips, it means you won’t have to worry too much about the upkeep of your regrowth!

6. Silver blonde

Shades of blonde hair: Kim Kardashian West with very long wavy silver blonde hair wearing a black blazer dress.
Embrace dark roots with this silver blonde shade. Credit: Rex by Shutterstock

Silver and blonde hair is a match made in heaven. With its unique ashy shade and brilliant shine, it’s no wonder this colour is hugely popular with those looking for different shades of blonde hair.

Next read: 21 striking silver blonde hair colours you’ll want to try.

7. Dirty blonde

front facing image of a woman with a white shirt on with long dirty blonde colour hair
Give your blonde some edge with a dirty blonde hue.

Want a hair colour that will carry you through to the colder seasons? This understated elegant blonde colour is ideal because of its warm tones and the slightly darker blonde shades that have been worked into the mix underneath.

8. Worn-in platinum blonde

Shades of blonde hair: Woman with platinum blonde naturally curly hair with dark brown roots on runway wearing a bomber jacket.
Sport worn-in platinum blonde for an added edge! Credit: indigitalimages.com

Casual and relaxed, this worn-in platinum blonde hue (with statement regrowth, of course) is one of the most low-maintenance shades of blonde around. And the best part? The darker your roots, the edgier the look.

9. Bronde

Shades of blonde hair: Woman with dark blonde bronde wavy hair wearing heavy eye makeup.
Don’t want to go full blonde? Try bronde instead! Credit: indigitalimages.com

Can’t decide between blonde and brown? Well, the good news is, you no longer have to: just go bronde!

As the name suggests, it’s the perfect in-between shade of brown and blonde, so just like A-listers J. Lo and Karlie Kloss, you too can tow the hair colour line!

10. Strawberry hues

side view of a womans hair with strawberry blonde hair
Warm things up with this lovely shade of strawberry blonde. Credit: Instagram.com/kentuckyhairs

Blonde hair shades don’t get much more on trend than this. Complete with delicious strawberry hues, this shade is warm, pretty and a must-try colour for year-round wear. Credit: @kentuckyhairs

Next read: 25 strawberry blonde hues to subtly brighten your mane.

11. Ice white blonde

Shades of blonde hair: Woman with long wavy ice white hair wearing a black top.
Loving the dimension and shades of blonde in this ice-white hue! Credit: Instagram.com/catherinelovescolor

Keep things on the cooler side with this stunning ice-white, blonde colour. It’s high maintenance, but the head-turning results are well worth it! Credit: @catherinelovescolor

12. Blonde shades with grey and pink

Shades of blonde hair: Woman with straight stray grey and pink pastel hair.
We’re loving this grey blonde hue with pops of pink. Credit: Instagram.com/dazy_lynstudio

Create a statement look by combining different shades of blonde, with silvery grey tones and pops of pink. This a subtle way to create magical looking hair, without being too loud! Credit: @dazy_lynstudio

13. Bright honey blonde

back view of a woman's head with wavy long hair and honey coloured balayage
Blonde shades in honey tones look amazing! Credit: Instagram.com/hairby.gracec

Shades of blonde hair in the honey-coloured spectrum are always a winner, as sporting bright honey hues can be worn in any season.

The best part is, this shade is easy to maintain if you have hair that’s slightly darker as the regrowth will blend in with the warm honey tones nicely. Credit: @hairby.gracec

14. Ice blonde

Shades of blonde hair: Woman with long straight ice blonde hair wearing a beige knitted jumper.
This shade of blonde is well worth the effort. Credit: Instagram.com/punktg_fryzjer

Ice blonde shades can be tricky to achieve when you have naturally dark hair, but when it looks this good, it’s definitely worth the effort. Credit: @punktg_fryzjer

15. Pink blonde

Shades of blonde hair: Model with pink toned blonde straight hair styled in a side parted updo wearing large hoop earrings on runway.
Get the best of both worlds with this pink blonde hair colour. Credit: indigitalimages.com

We all know that pink tones are huge right now so stand out with this unique platinum pink blonde hue.

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Editor’s tip: Keep your colour treated hair looking vibrant with the Love Beauty and Planet Blooming Colour Shampoo and Conditioner.

Delivering a healthy shine while protecting coloured hair, add this wash and care duo to your hair washing routine now!

16. Light blonde

Shades of blonde hair: Julianne Hough with shoulder length wavy light blonde hair wearing a white sleeveless dress
How light will you go? Credit: Rex by Shutterstock

Light blonde hair will be easier to achieve and maintain on naturally fair-haired women. For those with darker hair, start by adding blonde highlights and building up to an all over blonde shade.

17. Ash balayage

Shades of blonde hair: Woman with long wavy ash blonde balayage hair running her hands through her hair.
Pinterest-worthy hues. Credit: Instagram.com/hairbyjayleen

Get the perfect colour melt by teaming ash blonde hair with a multi-tonal balayage like above. Credit: @hairbyjayleen

Next read: 40 best ash blonde hair colour ideas.

18. Ash highlights

Shades of blonde hair: Woman with ash blonde highlighted wavy bob wearing a grey knitted jumper.
Is this the blonde hair shade for you? Credit: Instagram.com/bescene

Create contrast on ash blonde hair with the addition of highlights. This hue will work great on those olive and tanned skin tones. Credit: @bescene

19. Blonde highlights

Shades of blonde hair: Woman with straight blonde highlighted hair wearing a light blue shirt with beige jacket.
Add a sunkissed feel to your strands with highlights. Credit: indigitalimaes.com

Use highlights to give your blonde hair a touch of sunkissed glamour that’s perfect for the summer months.

Next read: Your guide to getting blonde highlights.

20. Blonde balayage

Shades of blonde hair: Suki Waterhouse with wavy blonde balayage medium length hair with long centre parted fringe.
A balayage can be as subtle or as obvious as you like. Credit: Rex by Shutterstock

Create a natural-looking colour with a blonde balayage. Much like highlights, a balayage can be used to frame the face and add dimension to blonde hair.

21. Dark ash blonde

Shades of blonde hair: Woman with dark ash straight bob length hair with flicked out ends wearing a snap clip hair accessory and sunglasses.
Ash tones can be used to add a cool finish to dark strands. Credit: Rex by Shutterstock

Dark ash hair is ideal for those seeking a darker shade of blonde. From natural blonde to brunettes, ash hair is the perfect in-between colour.

22. Golden platinum blonde

side view of a woman's hair with golden platinum blonde hair
Try shades of blonde in golden tones. Credit: Instagram.com/redbloomsalon

We love this look for its true A-lister appeal and red carpet-ready finish! Team with some loose waves and you’ll be ready for your close up. Credit: @redbloomsalon

23. New York blonde

side view of a woman with her long hair worn down in a natural blonde colour
Shades of blonde look are warm and flattering. Credit: Instagram.com/foxandjane

You might wonder which shades of blonde would constitute a ‘New York blonde’ and we’re about to tell you!

This shade is all about classy, natural-looking hues, that are probably the result of hours spent in a salon (we won’t tell if you don’t). Think Upper East Side chic and you’re there! Credit: @foxandjane

24. LA blonde

Side view of a woman's hair worn long, down and wavy blonde
Use babylights on the ends for pops of bright colour. Credit: Instagram.com/gabievossler

Keep the ends of your hair light and bright, while the roots can be slightly darker for a more lived-in effect. Credit: @gabievossler

25. Caramel blonde

side view of a woman's hair with waves and different shades of blonde - caramel blonde hair
Caramel tones are perfect for autumn! Credit: Instagram.com/kittyh.hairstylist

Pumpkin spice lattes and cosy knits anyone? Not without a warm, autumnal new hairdo, you don’t! Fall into these wonderful caramel tones to achieve a mix of blonde shades with added ‘wow’ factor. Credit: @kittyh.hairstylist

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Editor’s tip: Specifically designed for colour-treated hair, TRESemmé Keratin Smooth Colour Shampoo and Conditioner helps to control frizz while keeping coloured hair looking fresher for longer.

26. Dark honey blonde

back view of a woman's hair with long waves and different shades of blonde colour
These different shades of blonde are so pretty. Credit: Instagram.com/j.flowerz

If you’ve got naturally darker hair, then going for a dark honey blonde hue is going to be a great way to go blonde, without the painstaking upkeep.

We love the multi-dimensional tones and different shades of blonde hair in this look, seamlessly melting from one colour to the next! Credit: @j.flowerz

27. Warm blonde

side view of a woman with short warm blonde hair
Blonde hair shades like this are so wearable! Credit: Instagram.com/beyond_club

Keep things warm and bright with this lovely hue. Perfect for brightening up pale complexions, yet not light enough to wash you out, this is a great colour for any time of year. Credit: @beyond_club

28. Ginger and gold

side view of a woman's shoulder length hair with waves and different shades of blonde
Gold and ginger hues make for a lovely finish! Credit: Instagram.com/sandvikdomeij

Add depth and dimension to your tresses by combining elements of warm ginger and glorious gold to your locks. The end result will be a shade that’s perfect for the colder months while looking equally amazing in summer. Love! Credit: @sandvikdomeij

29. Pearl blonde

back view of a woman's long blonde hair with pearl blonde tones
This pearl blonde colour is simply stunning. Credit: Instagram.com/krosehairboutique_

Add a touch of sparkling luminosity to your locks with a pearl blonde tone, that will make your tresses look like they glisten.

Re-create the look with foil highlights, a cool root colour and a set of pearlescent tones throughout! Credit: @krosehairboutique_

30. All over blonde

side view of a woman with shoulder length wavy hair and an all over blonde colour
We love this all over blonde! Credit: Instagram.com/hairstylesbycd

If you’re not one for lengthy sessions in the salon, you might want to go for an all over blonde shade, instead. This look is still lovely and bright and only requires root touch-ups. Score! Credit: @hairstylesbycd

31. Toffee blonde

Shades of blonde hair: Woman with toffee blonde shoulder length hair with a slight wave.
Toffee blonde looks golden and lovely! Credit: Instagram.com/taylorduprestylist

Keep your locks looking lovely with this vibrant shade of toffee. We love the mix of deep caramel hues, with luminous shades of blonde and slightly darker roots.

This is a winning colour choice for those starting off with darker tresses. Credit: @taylorduprestylist 

32. Golden yellow blonde

front facing image of a woman with long yellow blonde hair
Make like Goldilocks with yellow shades of blonde.

This hue is far more golden and yellowy than other shades of blonde hair, making it an ideal choice for natural blondies looking to enhance their hue.

But how do you nail the look and avoid looking like you’ve just had a bad dye job? Easy. Just make sure you ask for some milky blonde tones to be subtly worked into your yellow blonde base. This will help lift the colour and make it look more golden, rather than brassy!

33. Ash blonde

Shades of blonde hair: Woman with dark blonde hair with ash blonde highlights wearing a white camisole vest.
Go for shades of blonde in ash blonde for a striking look. Credit: Instagram.com/lucina_davidjan

Go for a classic blonde look that’s also incredibly flattering with gorgeous tones of ash blonde. Ask your stylist to work with your natural hues to create a stunning finish. Credit: @lucina_davidjan

 

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