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Blonde Hair Color Trends To Try This Spring

February 16, 2021

It may still be winter, but chances are you are looking forward to spring. A new season brings with it opportunities to try new styles and update your hair color. Read on to get inspired with three blonde hair color trends that are perfect for spring, and ask your stylist to create the look at your next salon visit. 

Sunkissed Blonde Hair Color

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When it comes to updating your hair color for spring, a sunkissed blonde tone is a subtle and natural-looking option. Ask your stylist to give you a sunkissed blonde tone using the Redken Shades EQ Gloss Violet Gold shades. This hair color will give you a high-shine, iridescent blonde end result that will leave you feeling ready for spring. 

Beachy Balayage

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Nothing says springtime vibes more than a beachy, beautiful style. Ask your stylist to give you balayage for a natural-looking blonde end result with a low maintenance grow out. Finish the look by styling your hair with beachy waves.

Baby Blonde Hair Color

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A soft, baby blonde hair color is another great option when you are looking to refresh your blonde tone for spring. To get this look, ask your stylist to use a hair toner such as Redken Shades EQ hair gloss. With Shades EQ gloss, your stylist can easily customize the perfect baby blonde shade for you!

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