We have heard so many blonde jokes and so many sayings around this hair color. But did you know that there are many shades of blonde? You must be thinking that blonde is after all blonde, what is so varied about that? But to quote a favorite example of ours – do you think Phoebe and Rachel (from the series Friends) had the same hair color? No but they did have blonde hair. Now we rest our case, we are sure we have your complete attention by now. We are sure that you may have come across some interesting facts about caramel blond hair, but have you thought about the fact that there is a shade called caramel in blond hair? Or have even looked on with envy and admiration at beautiful girls having blond hair with blue eyes but never noticed that there are many shades of blonde. That is why along with different hairstyle shades for women, you should also look at all shades of blonde hair.
Shades Of Blonde Hair With Examples
Platinum blonde: The platinum blonde is the lightest shade of blonde and as the name suggests it has a hint of platinum. It is seen as the shade of superstars in many instances.
Light ash blonde: This is also a light blonde hue but with a hint of gray or white and does not quite have the sheen that platinum blonde has.
Natural blonde: This color can convince the onlooker that you were born with this shade and looks good on women with all skin colors.
Strawberry blonde: This one is the golden blonde with a hint of a blush and looks good on people with fair skin and can work with light colored eyes.
Buttery blonde: Have you ever looked at a pat of butter and marveled at the creamy yellow color it has? That is exactly what this blonde shade represents and this looks good on pearly skin.
Beige blonde: This shade of blonde is a golden hue that has a darker base but with cool and light highlights. It looks good skin that is medium in color.
Silver blonde: This one takes the ash blonde, and adds a sterling silver shade to this to make it look more luminous. It works great if your hair is starting to grey.
Summer blonde: It is a flaxen shade that can combine a sandy and sunny highlights on golden blonde color.
Creamy blonde: This one is a white shade of blonde but with creamy overtones and works well with dark or medium skin and eyes that are on the darker side like brown or hazel.
Dirty blonde: It is a blonde shade that has bits of wheatish color added at intervals and works very well with brown eyes and skin that is toned medium.
Honey blonde: This one is a warm blonde that looks shiny and tends to have the amber of honey running through the blonde hair and looks amazing with darker eyes and skin.
Bronze creamy blonde: If you are planning to spend a lot of time on the beach with a bronze tan for your skin. This color shade is warm and looks great with most eye colors.
Golden blonde: This one looks like pure gold with shiny honey hues mixed in and works well with lighter eyes and complexion.
Ash blonde: This is a cool shade and tends to be closest to silver blonde color and looks great with a lot of darker eye and skin shades and is a natural option when your hair is greying.
Sandy blonde: Have you looked at the color of wet sand on the beach? This shade of blonde looks great with fair skin and lighter eye colors of the blue family.
Autumn blonde: This shade of blonde will remind you of the orange golden shade that the fallen leaves of autumn tend to have. It looks good with hazel, green and blue colored eyes.
Copper blonde: This one has a reddish hue mixed in with the gold of blonde hair but only in a mild way. Too much red mixed in with the golden hue can make it look cheap.
Brownish blonde: This is an almost natural looking blonde with a bit of brown mixed in and very desirable if you want a less noticeable look to your demeanor.
Cherry blonde: This is blonde mixed with the pinkish orange of cherries with gold and works great with darker skin and eyes.
Caramel blonde: The lovely warm of golden brown is the best way to describe this color and looks great with medium to darker shades of skin.
Black blonde: This looks as if the blonde hair is interspersed with blonde color and works well on most kinds of skin and eye coloring. It is a kind of shade that looks as if you have highlights in your hair.
Dark reddish brown blonde: This blonde shade is for those women who cannot decide on one color but also don’t want to appear too obvious. It starts with a dark base with red and blonde highlights added to it.
Chocolate blonde: When we are talking of blonde shades, it would be remiss to not talking about chocolate (think milk chocolate not dark chocolate). This works very well on darker and more intense skin and eye shades.
Chestnut blonde: This is darker hair with gold highlights and will look great on dark skin and eye colors and when you try this color on medium skin, it can make you look really exotic.