It's a drastic change, one that most of us don't delve into without considering all of our options, variables, and using a variety of apps to figure out exactly what we're going to look like with new hair. As someone who made the jump a few years ago and never looked back, I was delighted that I finally got over myself and decided to stop bleaching my hair to death. A few years on, it's now fuller, it's healthier, and it doesn't require half a bottle of conditioner when being washed anymore. Still though, there a few things that I wish I'd known before going back to my roots.
Peach cobbler. Dark cold brew. Nordic blonde. These light shades are perennially on-point and they act as an instant illuminator—so you can drop the highlighter. With so many ways to go blonde, where should you start? Scroll through the 35 looks ahead for your favorite, then take it straight to your hairdresser. Taylor Swift's blended blonde lends her hair an extra bit of dimension.
A great interest to blonde hair can be explained by the fact that every other brunette wonders what it is to be a blonde and tries a blonde hair color at least once. Today thanks to balayage and ombre color techniques, a border between blonde and brunette palettes is blurred. The lighter and darker, cooler and warmer shades are blended so expertly that we can enjoy a whole host of new hair colors you can choose your own solution from and stop looking like someone else.
Most of us have at some point wondered what we would look like sporting blonde tresses. Below, we have put together a list of blonde hair color ideas to help you make heads turn with the right shade. Image: Instagram. Dark blonde is a great color to sport if you have a medium to fair complexion.