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Blonde Hair Shades And Hues

If you're in search of the ideal blonde hairstyle and shade to suit you and your lifestyle there are several factors to consider including:

1.  The ideal shade of blonde for you based on skin and eye tone

2.  Whether to go partial or full blonde.  Whether to interweave low lights.

3.  The best hairstyle to showcase your beautiful blonde hue

4.  Professional blonding or at-home coloring

5.  Blonde maintenance issues - no, partial or full rootage

6.  Current fashion and hair trends

(Image of a pure platinum blonde hue from Paul Mitchell - All Rights Reserved).

Blonde Hair Shades

Depending on the hair color manufacturer blonde shades may have a myriad of names tied to marketing, advertising and special color campaigns.  Platinum blonde might be termed Artic Ice by one hair color company or Snow Blonde by another.

Note: For more information refer to:  Blonde Hair:  21 Flavors Of Blonde

Regardless of the marketing terminology listed below are the most common base blonde hues.

If you're in search of the ideal blonde hairstyle and shade to suit you and your lifestyle there are several factors to consider including:

1.  The ideal shade of blonde for you based on skin and eye tone

2.  Whether to go partial or full blonde.  Whether to interweave low lights.

3.  The best hairstyle to showcase your beautiful blonde hue

4.  Professional blonding or at-home coloring

5.  Blonde maintenance issues - no, partial or full rootage

6.  Current fashion and hair trends

(Image of a pure platinum blonde hue from Paul Mitchell - All Rights Reserved).

These hues could be use as a full on all over base or as highlight/lowlight blonde hues:

1.  Pure Platinum - Whitest of all blonde colors. 

2.  Cream Blonde -  Still white blonde but less stark with a more of a creamy hue with more depth.

3.  Ash Blonde - White base with lots of ashy under and over tones.  

4.  Golden Blonde - Warm golden blonde.  This shade of blonde will flatter any age and any complexion.

5.  Honey Blonde - Golden blonde with under and overtones of honey tones.

6.  Caramel Blonde - Golden blonde with under ane overtones of very light caramel candy colors.  Most flattering for younger blondes with flawless complexions. 

7.  Toffee Blonde - Darker golden blonde bordering on very light brunette with under and overtones of chestnut.

8.  Strawberry Blonde - Light or medium strawberry blondes with under and/or over tones of richer reds such as raspberry, merlot or even Chardonnay hues.

(Image of a multi-hued platinum blonde from Paul Mitchell - All Rights Reserved).

Hair Color Charts

Depending on the hair color manufacturer, they will provide what is known as a Hair Color Chart.   Since each hair manufacturer offers a different color mix, be sure to first discuss the color your choose with your own hair colorist.

If that's not possible, call the hair color manufacturer's toll free color line to get advice on the best blonde hue to select based on your skin and eye tone.

Listed below are some of the color names on color charts tied to the Blonde Hair Shades listed above.

1.  Pure Platinum - May be listed as White Blonde, Clear Blonde, Platinum Blonde, Snow White

2.  Cream Blonde -  Might be listed as light blonde, creamy light blonde or sometimes dirty blonde, light baby blonde

3.  Ash Blonde - May be listed as Swedish Blonde and range from light to dark Swedish Blonde

4.  Golden Blonde - Might be listed as Light or Medium Golden Blonde

5.  Honey Blonde - Often referred to as Honey Blonde

6.  Caramel Blonde - Might be listed as Light Mahogeny or Light Chocolate Blonde

7.  Toffee Blonde - Might be listed as Chestnut Blonde or Dark Blonde

8.  Strawberry Blonde - Usually listed as Strawberry Blonde

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