Hot Blonde Hair Colours for Summer 2016 at Bliss Hair Salons in Nottingham & Loughborough
Do blondes really have more fun? Why not find out by going blonde this summer?!
At Bliss Hair Salons in Nottingham and Loughborough we are experts in delivering the most beautiful hair colours from chocolate browns to vibrant reds and golden blondes.
If you are new to hair colour or have not had your hair coloured for six months or more, please bear in mind that you will require a skin sensitivity patch test 48 hours prior to your hair colour appointment.
The Blondest of Blondes – Platinum
If you want to make a statement, choose an icy white shade of blonde such as platinum.
This hair colour needs constant attention to keep it looking great.
Make sure you keep it well conditioned and invest in regular trims and keep your regrowth in check!
The Most Playful of Blondes – Beach Babe Blondes
Add some gorgeous sun-kissed highlights to your hair or ask your colour technician to paint on some face-framing ‘babylights’ for a natural look.
All of the models on this page have had their hair colour created at one of our Bliss Hair Salons in Nottingham and Loughborough. For more blonde and other hair colour looks from Bliss, click here.
The Sweetest of Blondes – Strawberry Blonde
One of the sweetest blonde hair hues is strawberry blonde.
It has a slight reddish hue so looks stunning if you are very fair, blonde or have red tones in your natural hair colour.
The Sexy Blonde Look – Caramel & Honey Blondes
Warm, rich caramel and honey tones are perfect if you don’t want to go too light.
Ideal if you have dark, brown or fair hair, we can weave some lovely caramel or honey tones through your hair to give it a lift over the summer months.
The Fashion Forward Blonde – Ombre & Balayage
Fancy the best of both words? Blonde & Brunette? Blonde & Redhead?
There are subtle difference between the ombre and balayage look so please talk to your hair colour expert about the colour you’re after so we can get it 100% right. Even better, bring in a photo.
Usually we will mix at least two tones to create a look that graduates from darker at the roots to a lighter colour at the ends.