Reverse messy blond ombre
Heavily textured messy dark blonde hair from roots to sexy brunette tips is an ultra-fabulous style to indulge in. Decorate your messy blonde ombre with waves to highlight this perfect combination!
dirty blonde bangs
Messy blonde bangs are the perfect accent to this stunning pixie cut. If you’re ready for a cool short haircut, be sure to ask your stylist for side-swept bangs that will not only accentuate your eyes but also add a twist to this amazing haircut. To create this hairstyle, blow-dry your bangs with a flat brush and set them with Amika Fluxus hairspray for a pleasing finish.
Dirty blonde low maintenance
If you’re a busy woman on the road and don’t like to spend a lot of time in the salon, try a low-maintenance messy blonde hair color. The arrangement of the color provides a nice extension, and the addition of highlights creates volume that makes these light tones stand out. This cooler muddy blonde shade will suit women with warmer skin tones, so don’t be afraid to ask your stylist to add some volume to your blonde.
Dirty blonde balayage
Dirty blonde balayage is the perfect low-maintenance color. Warm tones complement most skin tones, making them versatile. The color placement of this balayage ensures a smooth rise, which means no harsh lines. It also increases the time between salon visits. To show off this style, add some curls and spray on some of Kevin Murphy’s bedroom hairdo for the perfect beach style.
Dirty blonde with money on dark hair
Try dirty blonde money on dark hair if you’re a brunette who wants a change but doesn’t want to be too blonde. This beige shade looks great on most skin tones. Ask your stylist to do a coin balayage.
Natural messy blonde hair
Consider natural dirty blonde hair as a variation of your typical blonde hair color. Keeping your hair more natural with a combination of light tones helps give tired hair a breather and allows it to heal. A natural messy blonde is also great if you’re looking to transition into an easier-to-care color. Ask your stylist to match your natural root color to create dirty blonde highlights and shadows.
Dirty blonde hair with highlights
Try messy blonde hair with highlights if you want a beachy, tanned, but easy-care hair color. This color is great for women with natural hair from light brown to dark blond. This bright beige shade looks great on neutral, warm and cool skin tones. Being a rooted color, this blonde requires less maintenance than traditional blonde highlights.
messy blond curly hair
Messy blonde curly hair is great for ladies with thick hair who want to spice up their curls. Beige tone looks great on different skin tones. A perm specialist will be the best to help you achieve that haircut and style.
Messy strawberry blonde hair
Muddy strawberry blonde hair is a great color for those with neutral to warm skin tones. Copper balayage highlights create volume and brightness around the face.
dark dirty blonde
Dark muddy blonde hair color is perfect for those who want to go from fake hair color to their natural gray hair. To get this color, you will need to ask for babylights and silver matte toner. Get ready to be in the salon for several hours when receiving a full babylight service. To maintain this tone, you will need a purple shampoo and a visit to the salon for tonics.
Dirty blonde with light highlights
Dirty blonde with light highlights is a relatively unpretentious color because the contrast between highlights and natural color is not too great. If you want to go blonde, just ask your colorist to leave the brighter blonde around the face and softer highlights around the crown. This placement will also extend the time between stains to 12-14 weeks because you will get a softer finish.
Soft dirty light banknotes for women over 70
Soft dirty-blond banknotes for women over 70 add dimension and brightness. They give youthfulness to hair color. Cash coins are mostly focused on the face, but they can also be used on the hair to add a “wow” effect.
Dirty blonde with purple tips for women over 50
Purple ends on messy blonde hair add a fun touch and dimension to women over 50 who are looking for trendy colors. A darker shade of purple in light colors is a more conservative way to get color without worrying about it being too bright.
Modern Blond Hair Color Dishwashing for Elderly Women
Modern blonde hair for older women is very soft and voluminous with a few splashes of bright blonde color. Voluminous blonde hair will create a youthful glow and are very versatile!
Dirty blonde hair with highlights for women over 60
Dirty blonde hair with fine highlights for women over 60 is an easy way to hide gray hair. Adding highlights allows you to increase the dimensions and create an even and faded look with less maintenance.
Dirty Platinum Blonde
A fantastic metallic shade that goes with warm to neutral complexions, this color illuminates your hairstyle when the light falls. Ideal for all hair types and lengths, be it pixie or medium length straight hair.
Ombre on dirty blonde with beach waves
From dark to blonde, messy blond hair with ombre is what everyone wants right now. Incredibly beautiful and easy to style!
Dirty ash blonde with shoulder length hair
Feel like a beach goddess with this messy ash blonde hair paired with a shoulder length cut, smoky roots and a subtle balayage that looks perfect on straight layered hair. This messy blonde style is also the perfect choice for fine to fine medium length hair.
Medium length brunette hair with honey highlights
Add depth and volume to your naturally messy blonde hair for a healthier look with these warm caramel highlights! It is surprisingly bright when paired with dark hair due to the contrast and volume it gives.
Dirty bleach blonde
A really cool “white” shade like this one can bring out the pink color of your skin and bring out your brown eyes, especially if you have blue or gray undertones. Ideal for wavy pubes and layered cuts.
Light Dirty Blonde
Go brighter than bright with this light muddy blonde shade that is sure to look beautiful on any skin tone. Thu