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Champagne Balayage

Not just the Instagram-perfect waves make this style sing. 3D hand-painted balayage is glossy. The roots will stay closer to your natural hue, making top-to-bottom champagne easier.

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Pearly Champagne

This delicate, almost iridescent champagne will fulfill your mermaid hair aspirations. The baby pink undertones provide playfulness your inner child will appreciate.

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Champagne Sombré

This sombré, a softer, less contrast-heavy take on ombré, combines multiple colors to produce a champagne-colored finish.

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Champagne Bronde

This smooth bronde should be called "rosé champagne" Champagne strands and blush add a hint of pink. This fun style may make you feel bubblier.

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Subtle Blush 

Subtle blush highlights lend spark to this light champagne blonde without overwhelming it. The edgy bob is optional, but strongly advised.

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Buttery Champagne

Champagne has a cold undertone, but this buttery version has enough warmth to help you move from blonde to champagne.

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Soft Champagne

Combining silky blonde and light brown gives this look a gentler, more lived-in feel that we adore.

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Cool Champagne

This gleaming champagne is the epitome of ice-queen coolness, yet is still approachable. The color's dramatic, cool undertones make it suitable for winter.

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Champagne Honey

Enhance champagne with honey blonde. The champagne removes brassiness and the warmth suits most complexion tones.

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