10 Ways to Try Out Blonde Hair with Highlights
Still on the fence about blonde hair with highlights? Allow us to change your mind.
Blonde hair with highlights is a classic style. If blonde isn’t your natural hue, a colorist may suggest getting highlights along with all-over color, so that the result looks softer and more natural. There are a variety of highlights to choose from: Blonde hair with brown highlights (or lowlights), blonde hair with red highlights (if you’re looking for a gentle way to try out the strawberry blonde style) and dark blonde hair can suddenly appear many shades lighter with highlights scattered throughout.
You can also choose any color as your highlight shade. Ed’s note: We love trending icy or “griolet” looks these days, such as purple, lilac, peach or even silver, while you’re at it!
Take a peek into some blonde hair with highlights inspo photos to make you hit a salon, stat. Read on:
10 Best Blonde Hair with Highlights
1. Ash Blonde, Platinum and Silver Highlights
Dark blonde hair with highlights gets a neutral tone with a mix of silver, platinum and ash blonde shades. To keep these shades on the cooler side, use shampoo and conditioners formulated for color-treated hair. Love Beauty and Planet Blooming Color Murumuru Butter and Rose Shampoo and Love Beauty and Planet Blooming Color Murumuru Butter and Rose Conditioner are a vegan duo made to keep color vibrant, shiny and hair at its healthiest.
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2. Butter and Cream Blonde Highlights
Go even blonder with butter and cream blonde highlights on blonde hair. Show off the shades with a low pony.
3. Strawberry Highlights
When you have blonde hair with red highlights, you get a soft strawberry blonde look. And it looks pretty amaze on a curly pixie, if we do say so ourselves!
4. Honey, Brown and Platinum highlights
When choosing blonde hair highlights, don’t be afraid to mix warm and cool tones; it helps add depth to your shade. Getting lowlights in particular helps blonde hues seem brighter in contrast. Adding another cool tone like platinum, and then mixing in a honey blonde, gives a multidimensional look.
5. Peach Highlights
Have dark blonde hair try a peach highlight done in the ombre method. Keep your color true with Nexxus Weightless Style Prep & Protect Leave-In Spray. It’s a lightweight leave-in spray conditioner with violet toners to prevent color change and it acts as a shield against heat damage. So go ahead, spritz on and then blow-dry your hair.
6. Light Orchid Highlights
Highlights for blonde hair includes soft lavender or light orchid shades.
7. Strawberry Blonde and Peach Highlights
Dark blonde hair with highlights can skew warmer and brighter when adding strawberry blonde and peach shades together. To create a piecey style, use AXE Messy Look: Matte Wax. A small amount of the product can take your style to another level. The molding wax is a multitasker; it adds shine and fights humidity, locking out frizz.
8. Purple and Red Highlights
A bob gets the slicked back wet look and the mix of purple and red highlights make the whole look edgy and modern.
9. Silver Highlights
Face-framing silver strands are painted on via balayage. Like the beachy look, but not near the ocean. Use Suave Dry Texture Finishing Spray to style your hair to help infuse tresses with all-over body and a sexy wave.
10. Blonde on Blonde Highlights
When thinking of blonde hair with highlights, you can never go wrong with warm blonde highlights on warm blonde hair.