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50 Beautiful Blonde Hair Colors for Every Skin Tone

7. White Blonde Hair. The hair with this blonde shade can also be called “platinum,” which comes in different variations. This stunning pick instantly makes you a head-turner, but you need to be ready to commit to the maintenance it requires.

Nowadays there are thousands of options to choose from when you decide to go for blond hair. With lots of ways out there to ease your way into the effortless blonde living, going blonde is an incredibly fun process.

Find your perfect fit among these 50 exciting blond hair colors that will totally boost your confidence!

1. Blonde Hair with Brown Lowlights. Can’t go wrong with a seductive dimension like this thanks to the ashy brown lowlights and nearly white face-framing pieces.

2. Soft Butter Blonde Hair. Buttery shades are super flattering to all skin tones, so if it is your first time going blonde, you should absolutely think about taking this route.

3. Brown to Blonde Hair Balayage. Get this look if you’re on the hunt for the subtle types of blonde hair that give you superior dimension due to white accents and still let you keep your soft browns.

Soft Brown Hair with Blonde Balayage
By Amy

4. Pixie Cut in Platinum Blonde Shade. Channel your inner Kris Jenner with a stunning short shaggy cut and customize it by a cool-toned dusty blonde set off by darker roots.

5. Butterscotch Blonde. If you are a fan of blonde hair colors that have warm undertones, the Butterscotch shade is a good idea for your locks. It’s a beautiful mix of golden bronde shades. Darker roots will add more dimension.

Golden Blonde Balayage Hair
By Amy

6. Mushroom Blonde Wavy Hair. Super flattering to darker eyes, the mushroom blonde tone is the closest shade to dusty blonds.

7. White Blonde Hair. The hair with this blonde shade can also be called “platinum,” which comes in different variations. This stunning pick instantly makes you a head-turner, but you need to be ready to commit to the maintenance it requires.

8. Creamy Blonde Balayage Highlights. The wet balayage in creamy blonde shades on long blonde hair looks amazing whether you style it straight or wavy. The blonde highlights come alive with breathtaking movement, dimension, and grace on the bouncy wavy locks.

Long Blonde Hair with Wet Balayage
By Amy

9. Chamomile Blonde Hair. The ultra-light blonde hair with pretty dark roots added much comeliness to her fine hair. This blonde hair color complements her skin tone well. A bold lipstick color or accessories like those colorful beads will make light blonde hair pop even more.

10. Beige and Creamy Blonde. There are many blonde hair ideas out there, but you want to find the best one that’ll transform your look, right? This blonde hair color formula will make your eyes pop. It is best for skin with cool undertones.

11. Blonde Hair with Lowlights. Today it’s great to pick warm and cool blonde hair colors within one dye job because you can play with your favorite brown and blonde tones in highlights and lowlights. The golden blonde, darker roots, lowlights, and face-framing highlights blend just perfectly!

12. Cool Shoulder Length Blonde Hair. Going for dirty blonde hair gets you a low-maintenance, beautiful, and easy-to-style hairdo!

13. Blonde Hair with Red Highlights. Feel the rock-n-roll race through your veins with this creative variation on the common caramel blonde highlights.

14. Toasted Coconut Brown and Blonde Hair. Perfectly warm shades of blonde and white flashes are a great fit for your darker browns. Try something new!

15. Sandy Blonde. Picking among the many blonde hair shades for women can be confusing, especially if you’re unsure what works for you. This is referred to as sandy blonde which offers natural-looking hair. It’s a blend of warm and cool blondes, so it works with any skin tone.

16. Rooted Bronde Hair with Highlights. Why choose a solid color when you can enjoy many shades of blonde hair? Get those exciting hues that work in perfect harmony to create an interesting and fun ‘do.

17. ‘Surfer Girl’ Blonde Hair. If you’re on a busy schedule that leaves you little time for salon visits, lived-in blonde hair color may just be the right one for you. Even if you miss your touch-up appointments, your hair will still retain its blondie look.

18. Natural Highlights for Blonde Hair. If you want to keep it as neutral as possible, ask your stylist for soft babylights and teasylights to get a natural bronde look.

19. Face-Framing Blonde Highlights. Her hair is all shades of effortless allure, put together in a lazy and rebellious manner. The careless face-framing highlights, stylish unruly layers, and dark roots give this brown and blonde hair style a very sexy appeal. This is a great blonde hair idea both for younger ladies and the young at heart, too.

20. Toasted Coconut Blonde. Go for these striking, face-framing highlights to add light to your facial features. Find a good hair colorist, and they will customize highlights for blonde hair to make yours different from the rest.

21. Golden Blonde Hair. If you’re after a traditional bohemian feel, this is the place to start your blonde journey!

22. Butter Blonde Bob Hair. If you’re looking for a lighter blonde, but can’t commit to going platinum, choose shades of buttery blonde for a soft relaxed look.

23. Toasted Blonde Hair. This brown and blonde hair brings together the best of both worlds. The two shades blended so well that it’s kind of hard to tell if it’s blonde highlights on light brown hair or brown lowlights on light blonde hair. But one thing is glaringly certain: her hair puts the G on gorgeous.

24. Bright Natural Brown Blonde. Think of a drizzle of honey on a warm muffin, and you’ll begin to get an idea of how fascinating this hair color is. Honey blonde is easier to maintain when the roots and mid-shaft are in a darker shade, just as this model’s hair. The lovely contrast it creates is another plus. Keep the pieces around your face brighter for a more radiant and dazzling look.

25. Light Blonde with Darker Root Melt. The chunky highlights of light blonde on medium brown hair give an illusion of different shades of blonde in your locks. It also facilitates a gentle transition to blonde hair for brunettes.

26. Light Golden Blonde Streaks. She absolutely has no reason to worry about grow-outs. Her lived-in blonde hair has taken care of that already. New growth merges in with the darker roots and the non-uniform chunks of light blonde hair maintain the effortless shine. Shhhh… we’re talking low maintenance here, ladies.

27. Champagne Blonde Tone. Like a tall glass of bubbly champagne, this shade of blonde sparkles. This light blond hair color with a subtle hint of pale pink gives a lovely iridescent feel to your hair.

28. Cool Blonde Hair with Warm Roots. Take your pick from these light blonde hair colors: platinum, champagne, or ash blonde. Add warm root smudge or shadow roots for a trendy contrast and dimensional dye job.

29. Silver and Golden Blonde. Combining different shades of blonde is always a good blonde hair idea. Here the striking temperature contrast of silver highlights on golden blonde hair cannot be overlooked. Her blonde hair color is just heavenly.

30. Dark Rooted Blonde. There are many types of blonde hair. What you need to do is to pick your perfect match. Your natural hair color, skin tone, and hair type should be among your top considerations. Dark roots create a beautiful contrast and depth for blonde hair.

31. Beach Blonde Hair Coloring. Gorgeous long blonde hair! Beach blonde hair is a great choice for ladies with neutral complexion, as this sandy blonde hair color with ashy hues looks really amazing on cool skin undertones. Might not be a good choice for those who have warm skin tones.

32. Asymmetrical Lob for Beige Blond Hair. The light and carefree looking hairstyle is perfect for those with warmer skin. The mixture of blonde highlights gives that special volume whether you wear your hair wavy or straight.

33. Shaggy Cut for Light Blonde Hair. This neither warm nor cool tone of blonde will have you sitting right between shabby chic and old Hollywood charm.

34. Reddish Blonde Hair Ombre. A light auburn base mixed with golden highlighted ends will absolutely freshen up your look and add an extra dimension.

35. 2-in-1 Blonde and Brown Hair. To get your hair color between blonde and brown like in the image below, your colorist will work in a lighter shade of blonde like caramel into your brown hair. The result is lovely medium blonde hair.

36. Creamy Blonde Hair Color. A mixture of cream and honey blonde is a wonderful blonde hair color idea for you if you’re concerned about yellowish blond hair making your complexion appear too sallow and washed out.

37. Frosted Blonde Coloring. A shade of blond that flatters most complexions and skin tones. Falling under the icy blonde group, frosted cream is brighter. On brown hair, it adds a tantalizing multidimensional feel to your hair.

38. Brown Hair with Blonde Highlights. Add some sparkle and volume to your darker hair by working some pearly and white highlights through the length.

39. Baby Blonde with Money Pieces. The sweetheart of all natural hair colors. Honey blonde warmly embraces all other hair colors. You can tweak it to a lighter or darker shade to suit your hair and skin tones.

40. Eye-Catching Strawberry Blonde. Tinted with light copper and silver, the strawberry blond hair is fascinating indeed. A perfect blonde hair color idea for a high-class Paris Hilton look.

41. Cool Blond Hair Style. A glossy mix of bright and dirty blond highlights will surely compliment your peachy skin and lighter eye color.

42. Sheer Golden Blonde. Warm blonde tones like sheer gold offer warmth and radiance to your face. Face-framing money pieces in a warm golden blonde hair color add a pretty modern touch to your hair.

43. Warm Pale Platinum. A tad warmer than the traditional platinum blonde and tending towards champagne blonde. This shade of blonde is unique and dazzling and looks very natural. Makes a great transition color for natural blondies on a journey to icy platinum.

44. Caramel Balayage Blonde Hair. A great option if you want to keep your hair low-maintenance with a 24/7 top-notch look. You’ll look dashing with lived-in chunky caramel strands and an easy grow out!

45. Rooted Champagne. The delicate melt from dark to icy blonde color is what makes the rooted blonde so fascinating. Super-blonde hair color glistening with hints of copper and starting off dark at the roots is an enthralling sight.

46. Mild Metallic Gold. This fantastic shade of golden blonde hair color looks really glamorous on medium and long hair. Not brassy, not yellowish, and not bronzy. Just a subtle, sun-kissed glimmer.

47. Long Bronde Hair. If you are after blonde hair color ideas that keep things as close to home as possible, then bronde might just be the hair color you need. Sitting between brown and blonde, this shade has a feel of natural hair color and fantastic dimension too.

48. Soft Lived-In Blonde. You can incorporate similar shades of blonde hair color into your locks to make your strands appear lived-in. Your colorist will use a highlighting technique to work in this color, amplifying your natural color and giving your mane a polished look.

49. Rose Gold Blonde Hair. Go for everyone’s favorite – irresistible rose gold if you want to spice up your casual blonde a little.

50. Silver Blonde Hair for Medium Length. Cooler blonds are a great choice for a summer makeover, as they look their best on sun-kissed skin.

Live your best life after you bring one of these amazing pictures of blonde hair to your next hair appointment. We hope these inspired the long-awaited move towards the lighter side. After all, blondes have more fun, don’t they?

by Editors
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