These Dark Blonde Color Ideas Are Low-Maintenance Goals
If blonde is your hair color of choice, but you want to go a little darker for the fall and winter months, these are the hair colors you’ll want to save to show your stylist on your next visit to the salon. With hints of darker colors like chestnut, caramel, and brown, your blonde can be transformed into a deeper shade while not completely losing the golden color that you love. Using techniques like highlights, balayage, and ombre, there are an endless number of hair colors to be created, so we’ve narrowed it down to show you our favorite shades of dark blonde hair.
Dark Ash Blonde
Just a hint of silver creates a darker ash blonde shade.
French Toast Blonde
The stylist coined this gold-meets-chestnut shade “French toast.”
Dark Blonde Balayage
Balayage creates a beautiful shade that looks natural. We love how loose curls highlight the varying shades.
The brown to blonde ombre creates a beautiful shade of golden dark blonde as it transitions from dark to light.
This shade is equal parts brown and blonde, thus the reason it's appropriately been coined "bronde."
Darker roots and lighter ends create a unique shade of blonde that allows for more time between salon visits.
Classic Dirty Blonde
Golden tones help elevate this dirty blonde shade so it doesn’t cross the line to brown.
Dark Strawberry Blonde
Strawberry blonde doesn’t have to be reserved for summer months. With darker tones it’s perfect to wear into fall and winter.
Warm caramel tones meet blonde to create a beautiful shade that’s perfect for fall.
Hints of Honey
If you still want a lighter blonde shade for the winter months, add a golden honey hue to add some warmth.