Cold-talk us. A multi-dimensional finish that requires less maintenance than root-to-tip color, this hue mixes neutral to cool blondes flawlessly.
If Elsa received an edgy transformation, this would be the result. With silver-blonde color, a razor-sharp lob haircut reaches frigid new heights.
Wheat-hued blonde with frosty blonde balayage is more natural. This winter/summer look blends ice and sand.
For winter without actually dipping into freezing waters, this ash-based blonde is ideal. Maintaining a shadow root reduces touch-ups.
A blend of baby blonde, sandy blonde, and ice platinum, this multi-dimensional hue is more wearable for platinum blonde fans.
Ever seen a sassier winter bob? The answer is no. If you have platinum or buttery blonde hair, add ice-blonde balayage.
Frosty conditions are approaching. Winter-appropriate coolness is achieved by incorporating ice-blonde babylights and face-framing balayage into a brown base.
Want to construct a snowman? Your hair says yes. Get the Frozen look and feel like an ice princess.
Ask for a shadow root or smudged color melt for an all-over pearly blonde to avoid displaying your roots in weeks.