Blonde Balayage Hair Ideas for Spring and Summer

White Blonde Balayage

Blonde Balayage Hair Ideas for Spring and Summer

There are so many shades of blonde balayage (honey! ash! bronde! you name it!), but I think this white-blonde variation’s gotta be my favorite. It’s so pretty and glossy—especially when it’s paired with sandy-blonde roots.

 Face-Framing Blonde Balayage

Blonde Balayage Hair Ideas for Spring and Summer

If all-over balayage isn’t really your thing, you’ll love how natural-looking these highlights are. Face-framing streaks are such a genius way to brighten up your whole look—especially for spring and summer.

Sandy Blonde Balayage

Blonde Balayage Hair Ideas for Spring and Summer

Blonde balayage is pretty stunning against sandy-blonde bases, as evidenced by these next-level curls. Anyone else trying to cop her brushed-up brows and pink lipstick, too? Same.

This Honey Blonde Balayage

Blonde Balayage Hair Ideas for Spring and Summer

There’s something about warm, honey-blonde balayage that pairs so damn well with long, piece-y waves. Psst: The grow-out stage is also way easier on longer lengths.

This Bright Blonde Balayage

Blonde Balayage Hair Ideas for Spring and Summer

If you’re after something bright and summery, you need to show your colorist this blonde balayage. It’s the perfect blend of warm, white, and neutral tones.

Rosie Huntington-Whiteley’s Blonde Balayage

Blonde Balayage Hair Ideas for Spring and Summer

Here’s all the proof you need that your brows don’t have to match your blonde balayage: Rosie freakin’ Huntington-Whiteley. Recreate the model’s look with a tinted brow gel for extra definition.

This Strawberry Blonde Balayage

Blonde Balayage Hair Ideas for Spring and Summer

Yup, redheads can get in on the blonde balayage trend, too. Ask your colorist to mix you a creamy, strawberry blonde tint that blends seamlessly with your natural color.

This Soft Blonde Balayage

Blonde Balayage Hair Ideas for Spring and Summer

Small swipes of dark-blonde balayage gives these curls so much definition and shine. IMO, this is a great starting point for anyone just dipping their toes in the balayage trend.

Margot Robbie’s Blonde Balayage

Blonde Balayage Hair Ideas for Spring and Summer

The major contrast in Margot Robbie’s blonde balayage means you can spend waaaay less time with your colorist—I mean, look how easy that grow-out will be.

This Ash Blonde Balayage

Blonde Balayage Hair Ideas for Spring and Summer

This ash-blonde balayage is such a cool approach for fall and winter. Show your colorist this pic when you’re ready to transition from warmer tones.

Gigi Hadid’s Blonde Balayage

Blonde Balayage Hair Ideas for Spring and Summer

I love how blunt Gigi Hadid’s blonde balayage looks in a sleek high pony—TBH, it’s kinda-sorta the perfect way to emphasize your color (especially when you throw a wave spray into the mix).

This Blonde-Brown Balayage

Blonde Balayage Hair Ideas for Spring and Summer

Sure, this color might look brown at first glance, but the soft and subtle blonde balayage gives this color so much definition and light.

This Platinum Blonde Balayage

Blonde Balayage Hair Ideas for Spring and Summer

This hair color is pretty much the opposite of subtle, but when your blonde balayage looks this pretty, who TF cares? Play up your color even more with the help of a curling iron or wand.

This Golden Blonde Balayage

Blonde Balayage Hair Ideas for Spring and Summer

Um, yeah, this is the exact blonde balayage I’m looking to recreate this summer. Have you ever seen something so pretty and golden that’s not on a child?!

This Subtle Blonde Balayage

Blonde Balayage Hair Ideas for Spring and Summer

I love how this blonde balayage is so freaking subtle. The blonde pieces are painted only on the front half of her hair, leaving behind a cute set of natural-looking highlights.

This Warm Blonde Balayage

Blonde Balayage Hair Ideas for Spring and Summer

It doesn’t get much warmer than this bold blonde balayage. Imagine how pretty it’ll look with a sparkly eyeshadow and a dewy skin tint.

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