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Blonde Hair With Lowlights: 8 Inspiration Photos To Take To Your Next Appointment
04 April 2019
If you have blonde hair, chances are good you’re no stranger to highlights...but have you ever considered lowlights? If you feel like your blonde hue is a little flat, lowlights are one of the best ways to add some much-needed dimension. Not sure which lowlights are perfect for you? You’ve come to the right place.
We’ve rounded up eight blonde hair with lowlight colors you’re going to be able to get enough of. Whether you have platinum blonde hair or ash blonde strands, lowlights are here to take your hue to the next level.
What are lowlights?
The simplest way to explain lowlights is that they’re the exact opposite of highlights. While highlights require your colorist to use bleach to lighten small sections of your hair, your colorist will darken small sections of hair with a hue one to two shades darker than your base color to create lowlights. While both highlights and lowlights are great ways to add dimension to your hair color, highlights require damaging bleach. Because lowlights don’t require your colorist to use bleach, they’re much gentler on your hair and require less upkeep.
Convinced blonde hair with lowlights is the perfect hair color for you? Continue reading for eight blonde hair with lowlights hues you’re going to be completely obsessed with.
The Best Blonde Hair With Lowlights Looks
Honey Blonde With Caramel Lowlights
Lowlights don’t have to be incredibly dark to make a major difference. We love the way these caramel lowlights perfectly complement the honey blonde ringlets, making them appear brighter and shinier than ever.
Ash Blonde With Milk Chocolate Lowlights
Ash blonde hair is one of the hottest hair color trends of the year and with good reason—it looks absolutely stunning on everyone. If you want to take your ash blonde locks to the next level, consider adding some milk chocolate lowlights. The sweet brunette shade will perfectly complement your ash blonde strands and help blend with your roots to make growing your color out a breeze.
Icy Blonde With Brunette Lowlights
If it’s drama you’re looking for, icy blonde hair with brunette lowlights is perfect for you. These contrasting colors make both hues stand out for a final look that’s bound to turn heads.
Warm Blonde With Toasty Lowlights
Lowlights typically darken your hue, but they don’t have to. If you’re interested in lowlights but don’t want to darken your color too much, opt for a warm blonde with toasty lowlights. The lowlights add dimension to your hair while making your blonde strands appear warmer.
Platinum Blonde With Charcoal Lowlights
Platinum blonde hair is a serious commitment that requires a whole new hair care routine and frequent trips to the salon. If you want your platinum hue to be a bit more low maintenance, consider adding charcoal lowlights to your ‘do. Ask your colorist to focus the highlights near your roots for some much-needed dimension and to make growing out your color easier than ever.
White Blonde With Light Brown Lowlights
Lowlights don’t have to be dramatic to make a difference. If you want to add a little dimension to your white blonde hair without completely changing your hair color, ask your colorist for subtle light brown lowlights to warm up your frosty color.
Platinum Blonde With Ash Lowlights
If you love the ash blonde color trend but don’t feel like coloring your entire mane an ashy hue, consider ash lowlights. The low maintenance lowlights allow you to try out the trend without getting changing your beloved color.
Gray Blonde With Charcoal Lowlights
If you’re looking for a grunge take on blonde hair with lowlights, look no further than gray blonde with charcoal lowlights. The charcoal lowlights do double duty helping to darken your hue while making your gray blonde strand appear lighter than before.
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