Nothing works better with darker and deeper brunette hair than lighter, blonder highlights. That’s especially the case if you want a look that really stands out. There are a lot of benefits to having multi-tonal hair, some of which we’ll go into throughout the course of these stunning blonde highlights for dark hair looks. We’d love to know which ones are your favorite. Make sure you come back and let us know!
1. BLONDE BALAYAGE HIGHLIGHTS
There are so many tones you can choose from when you’re talking about adding stunning blonde highlights for dark hair. There are the cool beiges to start with, mixed in with the neutral and nude-like tones, going right up to more deeper, and darker shades – honey blondes with their slightly red tinges, for example, and brown sugar-like hues. It doesn’t matter what kind of brunette you’re rocking, there’s a way to add highlights that are going to be super flattering for you.
2. HONEY BLONDE HIGHLIGHTS
How do you feel about honey highlights? It’s a shade easily worn by many, regardless of skin tone and complexion. It’s also a fun way of lightening the mood when you have naturally dark hair. Remember the highlighted areas will need to be bleached, so go for a less is more approach if you want to give your hair a break … It probably needs one.
3. BLONDE & CARAMEL HIGHLIGHTS
There’s a big reason why the balayage ombre is such a big hit right now – it’s because the root regrowth allowance is phenomenol. You won’t come across another hairstyle as easy to maintain as this one. As long as your highlights don’t start right at the roots, with a darker shade ombre-ing into a lighter one, you can allow for more natural growth shades at the top. This means you can go an extra few weeks before salon appointments. That’ll give your hair a break, and it’ll save you a few hundreds dollars if you keep the look up for a few months too.
4. HIGHLIGHTS ON DARK, LAYERED HAIR
If you want to add more of a dimension to your dark brown hair, why not think about adding a slightly more tangerine twist to your blonde highlights? The “Blorange” look is a really big one right now, and amidst a backdrop of a darker contrast will look quite spectacular.
5. BEIGE BLONDE
If you want to add some colour, but not too much colour, opt to have those highlights framing your face, rather than being scattered all around your face. It will stop you from needed to play around with your hair too much, saving it from treatments that are gong to be detrimental to its health. It’ll be softer to pull off too.