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20 Beach Blonde Hair Ideas And 4 Tips
If you have been missing sun-drenched days by the sea, it will come as no surprise that beach blonde hair is making waves once more. How do you create a sun-kissed look without sun? It’s all about layering blonde on blonde hues, bumping up the brightness, and adopting techniques that help to play up texture.
Cool Or Warm?
Beach blonde can be both, so tailor your client’s shade to their features. As a general rule, tones which are in contrast to skin tone and eye color tend to stand out more than those which are in harmony. That means working with warm, golden blondes if the skin is cool and reaching for ashy hues if the skin is warm. If skin is neutral, you can mix up any shade.
a beautiful and messy blonde balayage with a darker root and waves is a lovely idea for a beach-style look
a chic bright blonde balayage with a bit darker root but not too much looks very nice, cute and lovely, beach-style
beach blonde balayage with a darker root, with icy blonde touches and a beach texture is chic
beach blonde balayage with waves and money piece to frame the face is a catchy idea that feels like summer
beachy blonde balayage with waves and a fishtail braid on one side are a great idea to give a summer feel to your look
beachy blonde waves, a volume on top and waves down are a great idea to give a summer touch to your look
beautiful longe beach blonde hair with waves and a beach texture is a cool idea to add summer to your look
beige beach blonde hair with chunky highlights, with a few inches of root shadow are throwing us back to sun-scorched beach days
bright beach blonde ablayage with a touch of shine and beaches waves is a beautiful idea for extending your summer
cool beach blonde hair with a bronde base and slight waves looks fantastic and reminds of breeze, ocean and sunshine
To really enhance dimension, consider adding a few babylights, too. These are micro-fine highlights that mimic the shade hair would naturally go during childhood summers. You can balayage your babylights, fusing the two for soft, subtle, seamless freehand strokes. Better yet, you can place them alongside foilyage for a multi-dimensional feel.
dimensional beach blonde balayage on bronde hair and beach waves is a great idea to look awesome
gorgeous long and wavy beach hair with a darker root and shiny touches is a fantastic idea to remember of the warm days
honey beach blonde hair with balayage babylights and slight and delicate waves looks very sweet and very chic
long and beautiful beach blonde hair with twists, braids and waves down plus volume and a texture created with sea salt spray
long and wavy beahc blonde hair with beach waves but a darker root is a stylish idea to give a beach touch to the look
Placing chunky highlights next to babylights takes hair’s texture and dimension to the next level. So, why not foil a few weighty ribbons? You can paint them root to tip or with a balayage technique. Less is more with this trick, so choose your chunky pieces tactically. The front, the sides and a couple through the back will catch the light in the dreamiest way. Now you know all the tips and can get some beautiful beach blonde locks yourself!
long beach blonde hair with a texture that can be achieved using sea salt spray looks very cool and fresh
lovely blonde beach hair with a darker root, with balayage and babylights and just a bit of texture and waves