Blondes have more fun!
And hair, fun fact, did you know blondes have the highest strand count of any hair colour?
They also have A LOT of options when it comes to blonde hair colours.
From brassy to ashy, platinum, dark and even strawberry there is a beautiful blonde to suit everyone.
To help you chose from the fair shades I have rounded up 12 blonde hair colours trending right now.
Get your bleach on baby.
This clean colour is one of the most popular blonde hair colours of all time.
Platinum blonde can suit warm or cool skin tones depending on the undertones and can also be pretty, preppy or punky depending on the way it is styled.
For a feminine look keep platinum strands soft and sleek styled with smooth waves and a mid part.
Or spice things up with androgynous platinum pixie cut.
This striking shade is not for the faint hearted however.
If you have fine or damaged hair stick to more subtle natural blonde hair colours that don't need as much bleach.
If you do decide to take the platinum plunge, make sure you take good care of your hair and use hydrating products.
This blend of brassy warm and cream strands best suits those with dark complexions or yellow based skin tones.
Beige Blonde is the perfect in between shade for those who want a clean blonde hair colour but don't want to go full platinum.
Thanks to its warmer undertones it is less intense than platinum, cream or ash and is easier to achieve and maintain.
Beige shades can be worn as all over colours, ombre, balayage and as highlights.
It's up to you how and when you rock this colour, but I personally prefer it for the summer months.
Due to its warmer undertones it can wash out pale skin, so unless you're naturally tanned (rude), then reserve it for seasons when you can get some sun.
Cream blonde sits higher on the cool spectrum but isn't quite as cold as ash or white blonde.
This bright shade marries white and pearly blondes perfectly and is the most dreamy colour for cool skin tones.
But, this versatile hue also suits warm bodied beauties.
If you're pale, like me, this is probably your go to shade as it doesn't wash your feature out.
Rather the light and bright nature of the blonde hair colour emphasises and flatters your features.
This colour is ideal for summer as the sun helps to maintain it - meaning less bleach.
But, also is just as #ontrend for winter.
This colour can be maintained easily, even at home by using blonde shampoo and cool toners.
But make sure to take extra care of your strands to keep them bright and full rather than dead and dull.
Ice, ice blondie - it's cold in here.
This cool colour is a little more edgy than traditionally pretty blondes.
Though it is perfect for pale skin and making fair features pop, ash blonde is equally as suited for those with dark skin and dark features.
It is universally flattering and can be worn as subtle or as striking as you chose, depending on the deepness of the ash.
To tone it down add a few cream highlights with a subtle creamier base.
To turn it up a notch, opt for an all over ash for a grey, outgoing look.
This shade can be a challenge to maintain depending on your natural colour.
For me, ash blonde is simple as my hair is naturally light and cool.
But for someone with darker or warmer undertones, it might be more difficult to maintain.
Regularly use purple shampoo and a grey based toner to keep your ashy colour.
This colour can also dry your hair out as it is heavily depended on toner - so make sure you taking precautions to keep your hair hydrated.
Welcome to the dark side!
Blonde hair colours are always associated with bright, white or brassy shades.
But don't sleep on these deep, dark blonde hues.
In between warm and cold, and not quite brown, this shade is suitable for anyone who wants a change from either dark, dark or light, light.
Sometimes in between shades such as this can look blah and wishy washy.
But thanks to the brightness of blonde and glossy brown, this dark blonde shade is as striking as it is subtle.
Try these trendy trusses during the transeasonal period between Autumn and Winter.
Pair with deep hues like maroon and mustard when styling.
Beachy blonde dreams are made of these.
This lived in look is ideal for low maintenance ladies who don't want to spend time and money in the salon.
Beige blonde with dark blonde highlights is great for natural blondes who want to let their locks grow out or bottle blondes who don't want to go full bleach.
It is also a healing hue for blondes whose locks are feeling a little unhealthy.
The infusion of brown can invigorate the rest of your hair helping in heal and grow stronger.
Or if you let it grow out naturally you can give your hair break to heal on its own.
My advice for achieving this blonde hair colour?
Move somewhere sunny and let the sun bleach your blonde while you sip cocktails in the sand.
This blonde hair colour is great for honeys who want to go blonde, but aren't entirely ready to commit to the bleach.
It is also great for bottle blondes who need to give their locks a break.
Similar to the above colour, dark blonde with light brown highlights is a much healthier way to have blonde hair.
It is also easier to maintain, especially if you have naturally darker hair.
The light brown highlights also create dimension that makes your strands look thicker.
This can be especially handy for hair which has broken from bleach.
Blondish, brownish whatever you call it this two-toned shaded is what you should be striving for.
Ombre is here to stay, and thank god for that.
This blonde hair colour is the ultimate lazy gal hairstyle.
Natural and bottle blondes alike rejoiced when this low maintenance look soared in popularity a few years ago.
This style means less trips to the salon as it involves grown out darker roots blending beautifully into lighter ends.
But, some have a harder time achieving this than others.
Natural blondes can often get an envious ombre just by skipping the salon for a few weeks and opting for a toner to beat the brass.
But, darker darlings might need some more TLC.
Getting a brown to blonde ombre blend will involve getting lots a half or full head of light highlights through the mid lengths and ends of your hair.
A few things are important to consider when it comes to ombre.
One, finding the right stylist.
You have probably seen ombre gone wrong and it's far from cute.
Do research into ombre specialists in your area and read real life reviews.
There is seriously nothing worst that lying through your teeth about how much "you love your new do," forking out $300 and going home to cry in the mirror.
Avoid looking like a cautionary hair tale and look into who is dying your hair before you let the bleach touch your strands.
Another thing to keep in mind is that ombre means dreaded dryness and breakage the always comes with bleach.
So, make sure you take extra care of your hair to compensate for this.
If you're not quite ready to commit to the bleached ends yet, you can always go for a faux-ombre using a lighter colour halo to blend with naturally darker locks.
I straw do love this shade berry much!
Strawberry blonde is sweet and subtle, yet standout shade that lets you take a risk with your look, without going too #OOT.
This is the perfect fun and flirty blonde hair colour for summer, autumn winter or spring.
Thanks to its combo of warm and cool undertones it is equally as flattering for pale pretties or dark skinned babes alike.
If you want to turn things up a notch with this look, try tinting your brows a reddish hue too.
If you're a fake blonde who's hair is verging onto the unhealthy side, this is a great way to give your locks a little love while not going all the way dark.
This is also a great first step for brown babes who are transitioning to blonde.
Deep and warm, this blonde hair colour is like a hug for your head.
Sweet caramel highlights lift dark or light browns and add dimension to help strands look thicker.
It's actually one of the easiest ways to add the illusion of volume to thin hair.
This is a great way to add some life to deep shades for summer making your strands look naturally sun kissed.
But, these highlights are also deep enough for the depths of winter.
It just depends if you're rocking bulky coat or bikini along with them.
This is a shade for modern mermaids.
Just like its salt sister, beige + dark blonde, sandy strands are best for the beach.
Due to its warm undertones it suits sun kissed skin and freckled faces.
It is usually an all over colour and doesn't feature highlights, aside from a few darker strands throughout for dimension.
This a lower maintenance blonde than platinum or ash and requires less toner - so it is easier to keep healthy.
But you should still considered upping your hair's hydration if you're using bleach to get this sandy shade.
This in between dark and almost reddish blonde looks extra striking with a beige, fluffy brows and defined cheeks.
Add mermaid waves to complete the look.
Probably the most 'right now' of all the blonde hair trends, is the bleached front strands.
You can thank TIK TOK for this one and can see it donning the heads of content creators and celebrities everywhere.
While this style can be replicated in every colour, the blonde front strands is easily the at top of the hair hierarchy.
Not only is it a little edgy, unique and fun, its also super flattering.
This hairstyle - features lighter locks framing the face and can be worn with a dark all over colours and a darker, or even platinum blonde.
This creates dimension and slims the face by drawing focus downward.
Having lighter strands at the front also accentuates your eyes, brows, lips and cheeks bones.
Which is probably why this style has soared in popularity.
It also allows you to have fun with colour without having to go too extreme.
You can also rock bleached front strands with bright or pastel coloured pinks, purples, blues or even greens.
I love an ash blonde with platinum front strands cut into sweeping trap door bangs to even further frame my face.