#1: Pearl Blonde Balayage
Try a pearly blonde balayage if you’re looking for a bright, dimensional hair color. A balayage is a coloring technique that is a mix of your traditional highlights and an ombre, visually a seamless fusion between your natural color as it grows out and a gorgeous pearlescent shade. This pearlescent shade is one that you need to maintain, but it’s fairly easy to maintain at home with just a purple shampoo or a quick trip to the salon for just a quick toning session.
#2: Light brown to platinum blonde balayage
Team your light brown hair with a platinum balayage for a sun-kissed look this season. Platinum blonde balayage on brown hair is a popular and low maintenance look that is easy to maintain as long as you use the right products. Talk to your stylist about whether this style is right for you and your hair.
#3: Icy white blonde balayage
An ice white balayage is a great option for women looking for a trendy change. Keep in mind that this whitish blonde color may require more maintenance. Try a purple shampoo to lighten the blonde, as it can dull over time.
#4: Icy platinum balayage with shadowy roots
An icy balayage with darker shadow roots is a great alternative for women who have platinum hair color touch-ups. This alternative is a little less high maintenance since you’ve shaded back your natural roots while leaving the ends lighter. Maintenance is every 8-12 weeks instead of 4 weeks for a platinum allover colour.
#5: Pale Blonde Balayage with Root Melt
A pale blonde balayage with a root melt is trending among blondes. Your stylist can create large areas of light blonde hair color, but keep your roots seamless by blending a dark root with your color wash. Keep the root melt lighter or close to your natural color to keep this look low maintenance. Always ask for the stylist’s recommendations for hair care to keep your blonde healthy at home.
#6: Platinum Ice Blonde Hair with Beachy Waves
Platinum ice blonde hair with waves is a trending style! Hair coloring may seem new, but it’s been around for a long time. Hair painting or balayage creates a natural bleaching effect without the sharp lines that typical highlighting techniques cause. To achieve platinum blonde balayage hair, be sure to consult with your colorist and share your hair coloring history with them.
#7: Platinum gray balayage
A platinum gray balayage is a great option for a young girl who wants to try the new trend, but especially for ladies who are starting to gray and want to hide it. The tone of the highlights can be made greyer/ashier to blend natural gray into the blonde. This is a subtle way to disguise the signs of aging hair. Your stylist may suggest adding some lighter pieces around your face where we’re going gray first.
#8th: Platinum blonde balayage on dark brown hair
If you combine a platinum blonde hair color and dark hair, remember that it takes patience and multiple lifting sessions. Achieving a platinum color involves working through the natural pigments of red, orange, and yellow that live in your dark brown hair. The first few sessions will be a warm highlight, this is necessary to keep your hair healthy enough to go platinum. Take extra care of your hair on the go with regular deep conditioning treatments.
#9: Dimensional Cool-Toned Platinum Highlights
Dimensional platinum highlights can be achieved with freeform finishes encapsulated with foils for more buoyancy, or outdoors when less buoyancy is needed. To achieve a cool blonde you need to lift your hair to a pale yellow before toning. Your stylist can advise you during the consultation whether this can be done in one or more sessions to preserve the integrity of your hair. Dimension can be created by using your natural color as a lowlight or adding a semi-permanent lowlight to darken a section of your hair.
#10: Caramel and platinum balayage
A platinum balayage with caramel tones is a great option for adding dimension without going too dark. If you’re going full platinum, you’ll want your stylist to add a caramel lowlight. If you’re going from dark blonde, you’ll want your stylist to add two different pops of color. Platinum balayage hair can be low maintenance if you keep it more rooted. The care then consists of color glazes and care at home.
#11: Platinum blonde balayage with dark roots
For a low-maintenance blonde, platinum balayage with dark roots is a great option. If you keep the root dark or natural, it will grow out easily. Your stylist will platinum you in one or more sessions depending on how dark and healthy your hair is. Caring for a platinum balayage consists of professional at-home hair care products and regular appointments for a color glaze at the salon.
#12: Violet pastel and titanium blonde balayage
Combining a purple pastel with a titanium blonde balayage is an exciting look! If you’re considering trying a vibrant color on your blonde hair, the soft purple and titanium are good choices as they fade to a platinum blonde color over a couple of weeks. It’s a great way to try fun colors without a long commitment.
#13: Platinum balayage ombre on brown hair
A popular look for girls is a platinum balayage ombre on brunette hair. If you want to add some spice to your brown hair but keep it low maintenance, ask for an ombre look. For a more fiery ombre, ask for a coin or face-framing highlights. The balayage ombre is painted on for a rooty look that grows out seamlessly.
#14: Platinum highlights on dirty blonde hair
Adding platinum highlights gives your hair a lustrous shine and keeps it from looking muddy or dishwater blonde. Maintenance will be regular highlight appointments every six to eight weeks with a color glaze to keep platinum blonde balayage hairstyles from looking brassy. The highlights can actually help add some volume to limp, fine hair. Style on a low heat along with a heat protectant to keep your hair healthy.
#fifteen: Creamy vanilla blonde foil
A creamy vanilla foilage is a gorgeous and seamless blonde. A foilage is a better technique than a balayage when more lifting is required. A foilage is the same as a balayage, but insulated in foils to create more warmth and more buoyancy. In a consultation, your stylist will find the right shade. A faded root is created by the painting technique or with a shadow root done during color glaze.
#16: Ash Platinum with coins
A fresh ashy platinum with blonde coins is definitely on trend. The dark ash of the natural color versus the light ash of platinum creates a high-contrast, bold hair color. There are so many different styles with platinum blonde balayage that look great. Whether you style your hair with a big, bouncy blowout or with subtle beachy waves, this look is always a hit.
Related: Best ash blonde balayage hair colors.
#17: Platinum Silver Balayage on Dark Hair
A platinum and silver balayage on darker hair takes patience and time. Creating a true platinum blonde balayage on dark hair takes a few to multiple lightening sessions. Natural dark hair needs to be highlighted by reds, oranges and a pale yellow before it can be tinted platinum or silver blonde.