Lighten Light Hair With Highlights

These highlights can add seductress-esque flair to any look, especially those with long locks. Their stylish effect creates an exquisite impact and looks so chic!

Ash Brown Locks and Honey Highlights

If you love the color of your brown locks but would like a change, ask your stylist to add subtle ash-blonde highlights with the balayage technique – they will bring dimension and add subtle depth. If you want to try red hair but fear an all-over dye job, consider using a chunkier version of balayage that begins closer to your roots. This approach will ensure that any ash tones fade gradually over time without looking drastically different from your natural shade of brown. If you love the concept of ash blonde hair but aren’t ready to commit fully, try a Kim Kardashian-approved look instead. Warm honey streaks pair beautifully with a light ash brown base color, while side-parted peek-a-boo bangs add feminine flare for an eye-catching wavy neck-length bob that will turn heads – pair this look with choppy layers for even more drama!

Top Knot

TikTok hair enthusiasts have demonstrated that a top knot doesn’t have to be boring or awkward! Instead, this trend makes an eye-catching statement and shows it can be done effortlessly and stylishly. For this look, keeping your locks healthy is paramount: choose a product with nourishment that promotes smoothness and shine for optimal results. Quality hairspray is another must-have to keep your style smooth and sleek throughout the day. Select one with enough hold based on your personal needs and desired style. Highlights are lighter strands of color woven into your locks to add brightness and create a sun-kissed effect, while lowlights add depth by playing off natural tones in your hair color for a dimensional effect. If you have longer locks, consider combining highlights and lowlights for depth and dimension that will look stunning with any skin tone.

Warm Honey Blonde

Honey blonde hair looks striking against warm complexions–even neutral skin tones can look good when customized with the appropriate shades. Achieve an impactful yet low-maintenance textured look by opting for high-contrast balayage or ombre techniques or for a more natural and dimension added by low highlights. If you plan to lighten your locks, ask your stylist to create a soft, sad, instead of an abrupt ombre shade transition. This shade transition will draw little attention to any one part of your head and won’t draw in unwanted attention from passersby. Celebrate your natural brown tone while adding honey-blonde highlights in this wavy hairstyle. The flowing locks frame your face perfectly, giving your look extra depth and dimension. When maintaining healthy-looking colors, use low-sulfur shampoo and conditioner.

Golden Blonde

Golden blonde hues are a timeless choice for light hair that adds an element of brightness while complementing your complexion. For an all-over golden blonde shade with subtle balayage that takes this concept even further, give an all-over golden blonde shade a try – it will brighten things even more and achieve beachy waves while lightening brown locks without altering their natural hue or creating stark differences between roots and highlights. Brunettes who want the look of blonde highlights can experiment with golden hues that feature reddish undertones to achieve an eye-catching sun-kissed effect. Use professional hair colors like BlondorPlex for maximum lifting and maintenance of bleach-weakened locks, including its all-in-one toner, bonder strength booster, and intense shine features. If you want to go blonder, ask your colorist to blend a natural-looking dark root fade that will continue to develop over time and provide more extended periods between touchups. For an eye-catching feminine touch, pair highlights with face-framing bangs to add dimension and frame your features.