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5 Fun Ways to Change Up Your Blonde Hair Color

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5 Fun Ways to Change Up Your Blonde Hair Color 5 Fun Ways to Change Up Your Blonde Hair Color 5 Fun Ways to Change Up Your Blonde Hair Color

If you have blonde hair, then you may agree with the saying that blondes have more fun. And in that case, chances are you don’t want to give up sporting your yellow-hued locks anytime soon. That being said, there are quite a few varieties of blonde hair colors out there—so if you would like to make a change to your mane, you can still stay in the blonde family. Of course, keep in mind that unless you are starting with blonde hair, lightening your hair requires bleaching—and if you’re looking to make a dramatic change (say, like going platinum), this could take multiple sessions to reach your desired result. Ready to get started? Here, five fun ideas for changing up your blonde hair, as well as tips for caring for blonde, color-treated hair.

1. Add a Tint of Red

Red hair can definitely be a showstopper—and you can have the best of both worlds by dyeing your hair light, golden strawberry blonde, as it’s the perfect combo of both colors. Have fair skin? Strawberry blonde can complement your features. Get the look at home with the L’Oréal Paris Superior Preference in Light Reddish Blonde.

2. DIY a Rainbow Ombré

What do you get when you pair two of the hottest hair color trends of the moment? Rainbow + ombré = rainbow ombré! Dip dye your blonde ends with a pretty pastel shade for an eye-catching look. Try the L’Oréal Paris Colorista Semi-Permanent Hair Color, which comes in a variety of hues for blonde, bleached, and highlighted hair, including peach, pink, indigo, and aqua. (Here’s how to find the perfect pastel shade for your skin tone.)

3. Become an Ice Queen

Want to go even lighter with your blonde hair? Consider getting a platinum dye job. This white-hot shade looks gorgeous on just about everyone, although keep in mind that it is high maintenance. You’ll need to schedule regular touch-ups (or have an at-home hair color kit on hand to touch up the color yourself) since roots are very noticeable when they grow in. Color your hair platinum at home with the L’Oréal Paris Féria in Absolute Platinum Extreme Platinum.

4. Get a New Cut

Dyeing your blonde hair a new hue isn’t the only way to change things up—you can get a completely new look by making a chop. Blonde hair looks especially stylish when it’s short—so consider taking a risk by asking your stylist for a pixie cut. Don’t want that short of a crop? A lob (a.k.a. “long bob”) is a super-cute style that’s perfect for the summer months when you’re more likely to air dry your hair.

5. Warm Things Up

Another gorgeous on-trend shade these days is bronde, a brownish-blonde hue that features natural-looking roots and warm highlights. This is one look that’s better left to a pro colorist, so make an appointment at the salon if you’re interested in going bronde. Ask for a caramel-colored base with lighter blonde tones woven through your mid-lengths and ends. So pretty!

How to Care for Your Blonde Hair

Blonde, color-treated hair requires special care. So, once you’ve taken the plunge and gotten a new ‘do, make sure to show your blonde locks some major love. Swap out your regular hair care products for a system formulated specifically for blonde, color-treated hair, like the L’Oréal Paris EverPure Blonde Shampoo, L’Oréal Paris EverPure Blonde Conditioner, and L’Oréal Paris EverPure Blonde Shade Reviving Treatment. The EverPure Blonde system helps to neutralize the look of brassiness. No time for a touch-up? Temporarily disguise gray roots with the L’Oréal Paris Root Touch Up, which comes in light to medium blonde and dark blonde shades. To use, first shake the can well, then hold it 4-6 inches away from your hair and spray color onto new growth and partly through the length of your hair to blend in the color.