Ash blonde hair is the coolest shade around, quite literally: with cool, icy undertones, everything about this blonde shade is just so fresh
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Whether you’re a platinum blonde or something that errs on the side of ash, there’s no heady power like leaving the salon with a fresh colour. And, if you’ve been looking to try something new when it comes to your mane, we have just the solution: dark blonde hair.
The idea might seem counter intuitive (especially if you’re planning a summer full of beach trips and ice cream photo ops) but dark blonde hair is both unexpected and unique. The colour also gives its wearers the opportunity to dabble in being a brunette without fully committing.
Wouldn’t it be nice to do something a little out of your comfort zone? Take your blonde to a place it’s never been before—from caramel to chocolate and everything in between. We’re totally in love with dark blonde hair.
While some babes choose to lay in the hot sun for hours to maintain their beachy glows, we believe honey blonde hair is just as good as a tan. The warm-toned neutral suits a wide range of skin tones, making it the most universally beloved colour on the dark blonde spectrum.
If you can’t swing a trip to a tropical island right now, honey blonde has you covered. Sun-kissed hair is here!
During the last year, it felt like every single female celebrity took her blonde down a notch to take part in the bronde trend. If you’ve always wanted to know what you’d look like as a brunette but can’t quite commit, give bronde a try.
The rich, chocolatey notes of this shade particularly suit olive-skinned ladies or those with deeper complexions. It’s all the mystery of being a brunette with none of the commitment—just the way we like it.
Here’s an unconventional take on dark blonde, designed specifically for those of you who’ve already tried the trend. If you’re pining for the days of platinum and peroxide, balayage will soon be your new best friend.
The hair-painting technique is designed to look as natural as possible when it grows out, which means no roots to deal with. This take on balayage will lighten certain strands of your hair to create a multidimensional look. Instead of feeling like you’re practically a brunette, you’ll strike a velvety balance right between brown and blonde.
In the fashion world, looking less than perfect is the coolest thing you can do. Just like ripped jeans have replaced their perfectly dyed equivalents as the new closet staple, grunge blonde is the alternative to the salon-perfect ‘do.
To achieve the punk rock-inspired look, you’ll want to emphasise your dark roots and have your stylist lighten just the mid-lengths and ends of the hair. Notably, this colour is ideal for the girl who loves to change her look each time she visits the salon so doesn’t want to go completely blonde. The less maintenance this shade gets, the better it looks—no, seriously.
We love caramel blonde on dark complexions, particularly during the summer months. If you’ve been itching to take your blonde to the next level, caramel is your new go-to. Why even bother getting a spray tan, when you’ve got perfectly summer-kissed hair framing your face?
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