Besides what many may say, the ombré style is here to stay for a very long time. At the moment, we’re coveting the black and blonde ombre look.
What’s that you ask? It’s simply adding blonde ombré to black hair. If you’re looking to lighten your dark locks up a bit this season, here are several ways to style your new dye job, and yes, still keep the trend fresh:
1. Extra-Long Blonde Ombre
Into super long ombre hairstyles but don’t have long hair? That’s an easy fix and you don’t even need a hair stylist to help you out. All you need is a pack of blonde extensions (preferably clip-ons) and you’re set.
2. Wavy Ends
It’s almost impossible to run out of ways to style your black and blonde ombre hair. If you’re feeling lazy, consider using our hair wand to add a touch of waves to your ends to give your hair some body.
3. Tousled Blonde Ombré
The tousled hairstyle is one of our favorite quick and easy looks. If you need help creating this look on your hair, use our easy tousled hair tutorial to get the look.
4. Black with Blonde Ombre on Thick Hair
There’s just something about adding color to a thick head of hair. Some women opt for adding a lighter color to their hair to create a fuller look, but if you have thick hair, that’s the least of your worries. Use this as a way to change up your look when you’re just in the mood for something new.
5. Frizz-Free and Healthy
Unless it’s intentional and done the right way, frizz is the one thing you want to avoid on your ombré hairstyle. To keep your hair sleek and healthy-looking, be sure to use a hair care system that helps maintain the overall health and look of your hair.
6. Side Ponytail
Style your new black and blonde ombre hair color into some of your go-to hairstyles. You can’t go wrong with a simple side ponytail hairstyle. The look above is proof that you can wear this updo hairstyle for just about any occasion.
7. Accent Braid
We love how this accent braid displays bits of ombre throughout the braid. This is such a fun look for weekend brunch with the curls or as a hairstyle idea for festival season.
8. Crimped Blonde Ombre
Crimped styles are back like they never left, along with many other ’90s hairstyles we all love. Don’t have a crimping iron? Don’t fret! Simply braid your hair and run your flat iron along the braid and allow your hair to set overnight.
9. Effortless Ponytail
Besides the hair color, we’re definitely in love with skipping the hair tie to create this ponytail. All you need are a few hairpins to locks your pony in place and set with a hairspray, like Dove Style+Strength and Shine Flexible Hold Hairspray, for movement and shine.
10. Exposed Roots Ombre Style
We’ve been seeing this look a lot lately and we must admit that we’re loving it. Women are opting for getting ombré as close to their roots as possible to get the grown-out roots effect.
11. Defined Wash and Go
The key to nailing this look is all about our technique and your styling product of choice. To achieve this look, use a gel, like TRESemmé Flawless Curls Defining Gel. We love this gel for wash-and-go-styles because it gives you definition without the crunch factor.
Deep, middle or barely there, changing up the direction of your part is a way to give your hair a quick change when your feeling bored. Right now we’re really into the sexy look of the deep side hair part.
13. Hollywood Curls
Feeling a little fancy? Opt for styling your black and blonde ombre style into this glam look. Learn how you can create this Hollywood curls look in just a few easy steps.
14. Halo Braid
If you ever find yourself looking for a new hairstyle to save a bad hair day, why not go for the halo braid style? It’s chic, gorgeous and perfect for summer!
15. Textured Waves
Beach waves aren’t just for the summer season thanks to hair hacks and salt spray. Recreate this look on your hair with Bed Head by TIGI Queen Beach Salt Infused Texture Spray for an effortless look. We recommend spraying the product onto damp hair, scrunching with your hands and drying with a diffuser for a more natural look.
16. The Half-Up
Pull your hair up into this chic and on-trend half-up style. We love this look on second-day hair since this is when your hair begins to have that lived-in texture everyone loves.
17. Platinum Blonde Ombre Braid
Sometimes it’s all about easy styling especially when your hair has gone through enough damage to get the blonde ombre you love. Protective styling is great for any hair type and doesn’t have to be boring. We love this chunky French braid idea.
18. Black and Blonde Ombre on Fine Hair
There are so many clever ways to make fine hair appear thicker. Our favorite way at the moment is with hair color. Notice how the blonde pieces help distract the hair type and put more focus on the color itself. It’s an illusion that clearly works.
19. Black and Blonde Ombre on Afro
Looking to add just a pop of color to your jet black afro? We feel you. Almost every single girl has an itch for hair color from time to time. After getting your new color job, learn how you can create the perfect voluminous Afro.
20. Braided Bun
Braided buns go with any hair color but we’re especially loving the look on black and blonde ombré styles. Get creative with this style and try it out with Dutch braids or even fishtail braids as shown above.
21. Bone-Straight Style
A sleek long hairdo never goes out of style. Recreate this look at home with a flat iron. Before you jump into the flat ironing process, be sure to prep your hair with products that help you achieve a sleek and frizz-free finish. For styles like this, use TRESemmé Get Sleek Blow Dry Balm during the blow-drying process because it has a conditioning formula that helps hair resist heat while still getting the straight and neat finish we all love.
22. Black and Blonde Ombre Bob
This hairstyle proves that classics and trends can be mixed together to create a unique look. Update your pageboy with a blonde ombre.
23. Blunt Blonde Ombré
This season, blunt haircuts are one of the most popular cuts to have. So how does one stand out when joining in on the trend? Adding a unique and creative color helps but if you want something simple for your black hair, consider this black with blonde ombre idea shown above.