# 2 Highlighted Beach Bronde
Go for a balanced blend of brown and blonde to create that sexy bronde hue. Let it stand out by going for some texturing with sexy beach waves to match. Style the waves to sport that messy yet cool look. Add some extra lighting to the hair by settling for champagne blonde babylights. This style looks great when worn at shoulder length.
# 3 Honey Blonde Top Bun
Get the sweetness of a honey blonde
shade for that chic look of Reese Witherspoon. Choose to go for the base shade of midnight brown and highlight in honey blonde. Make the highlights more heavier along the top center. Let it shift to a light golden blonde at the middle and end in honey blonde at the tips. Pull back the hair to position at the crown and style into a top bun. You can achieve the most by first working some texture into the hair.
# 4 Ash Brown and Champagne Partial Ponytail
Stand out in a long curly hair sporting a blend of ash brown
and champagne blonde highlights. Sport shadow roots and add some creativity in the style by pulling the hair into a partial ponytail. To achieve this, pull back the top to hold into a ponytail secured with a sparkling hair accessory. Tease the sides with a nice curvaceous back sweep for that unmatched beauty.
# 5 Textured Brownish Blonde Ombre
Give your lob cut a sexy ombre transition. Start with some texture and settle for a dark brown shade at the top. Let it stretch into a brownish blonde hue that covers the strands to the ends. Settle for light beach waves and go on to create a side part. Give the top a side sweep and sport a nice back sweep to the parted side.
# 6 Light Reddish Blonde Balayage
Sport a brunette hair length that reaches the center of the back. Keep the dark shade of brown at the base and sport the flair of reddish blonde highlights styled into a balayage. Let the highlights sit much heavier at the bottom. Allow the highlights to weave through the hair by styling the bottom half into thick textured curls. Add hair spray to give you some shine.
# 7 Chocolate Brown to Sandy Blonde Ombre
You can sport an ombre in your hair but then make it less showy. To achieve this look, start by texturing your hair and sport textured spiral curls at the bottom half. Let the top sit sleek and smooth and smear it in a sweet chocolate brown shade that’s got some glossiness to it. Let it shift into a sandy blonde
hue at the curly bottom for that classic color melt.
# 8 Light Golden Brown Balayage with Blonde Streaks Ponytail
Do you want this amazing look of Chrissy Teigen?
Settle for a jet black shade at the base letting it stretch deep to the roots. Sport light golden brown highlights
at the top letting it sit the balayage style. Make the highlights heavier at the bottom half and add in light blonde streaks to create that sweet honey blonde shade. Go on to pull the hair into a high ponytail
and leave a few face framing strands at the front.
# 9 Caramel Hair with Twisted Curls
Give your brunette hair a wonderful transformation of color. Start off by texturing the hair then proceed to pull it back. Create a part at the center and leave the hair dark about 2 inches from the hairline. Give the rest of the hair a sexy caramel highlight stretching to the tips. Part at the back in two halves and style into twisted curls. Secure in a sparkling hair accessory that doubles to crown your style.
# 10 Layered Hair with Curly Smoky Blonde Highlights
Go for a layered styling in your hair and create a distinction both in style and color. Sport a midnight brown shade at the base and highlight in a smoky blonde shade. Let the highlights stretch to the ends and settle for partial champagne blonde babylights at the middle. Sweep aside a section of the highlight at the top to display the dark shade beneath. Complete by styling into thick curls.
# 11 High Ponytail with Reddish Blonde Balayage
Go for a brunette base color, preferably the dark brown Asian hair. Keep it sleek and smooth with some light texture followed by a blowdry. Sport balayage highlights of reddish brown to create a sexy contrast that’s not too powerful. Let the highlights sit heavier towards the ends. Pull up the hair and style into a high ponytail positioned at the crown.
# 12 Warm Blonde and Brown Winter Tones
A blend of brown and blonde is a perfect way to getting that sweet honey blonde shade. Go for a slightly dark warmer shades of the two colors to get an ideal wear for the winter. Let the blonde shade create sexy natural lighting and sport textured curls styled to sit thick to give the hair more depth.
# 13 Deep Reddish Brown with Golden Blonde Highlights
Go messy in your long bob and add some classic shades to make it stand out. Give it more texture and go for a deep reddish brown shade that melts slowly towards the ends. Keep the roots dark for that shadowed look at the top. Add a golden touch by settling for golden light blonde balayage
highlights. Finish in messy curls and tease the front into a fringe.
# 14 Brown Lob with Spot Blonde Lighting
Blonde provides perfect natural highlights for a base shade of brown. You can steal the show by going for some variations of the blonde lighting. Choose to sport some lines of ash blonde lowlights
at the front sides and settle for champagne blonde highlights at the back. Sport some texture to the hair and complete cool in light textured waves.
# 15 Messy Bronde Bun
Choose a bronde combination of strawberry blonde and light reddish brown. Choose the reddish brown shade for the base color and go on to sport balayage highlights of strawberry blonde. Add some texture to the hair and pull up into a wrap around bun positioned at the crown. Secure with a hair band and go on to pull loose some strands for that messy yet cool finish.
# 16 Rich Brown and Blonde Balayage for Spring
Start with a sleek textured hair that’s styled to sit straight with some sexy raked look to it. Go for a rich brown shade at the top and let it melt into a light brown shade that stretches from the middle to the tips. Sport balayage highlights of blonde that combines with the browns to create a sweet chocolate caramel.
# 17 Dark Brown to Reddish Blonde with Champagne Babylights
Sport a messy ombre that first comes to life with some texture to the hair. Start with a dark shade of brown to cover the top and give it the ombre transition into a reddish blonde hue starting from the middle to the ends. Add subtle lighting to your ombre by settling for champagne blonde babylights.
# 18 Golden Bronde Ombre Bun
Start this style with an ombre look to your dark hair. Texture it and add more shine with hair spray. Let the top sport that dark reflective shade that shifts into a glossy and warmer bronde shade at the bottom. Give the hair that curled texture and go on to pull it up into a ponytail positioned at the crown. Wrap and secure the ponytail into a top bun that’s got a golden touch to it.
# 19 Fun Wavy Brown Blonde Balayage
Use a chocolate brown shade as the base color for this style. Give it more depth by texturing and styling into sweet natural waves. Achieve that honey blonde blending by settling for balayage highlights of strawberry blonde. Let the highlights sit heavy at the ends to do away with the brown shade. The results is a classic ombre that looks more natural.
# 20 Ash Brown to Light Ash Blonde Ombre
Make your brown to blonde ombre
more of a multiple blend of color. Choose to go for a darker ash brown at the top. Let it melt into a lighter ash blonde hue sporting some champagne blonde streaks. Give the hair the sexy look of textured beach waves letting your ombre cascade through effortlessly. Add a hair jewelry at the back for finishing touches.
# 21 Full Dark Brown with Subtle Strawberry Highlights
Texture your dark brown hair keeping it sleek and straight with the exception of the curly look at the tips. Go for strawberry blonde highlights
making it subtle to retain the naturalness in the hair. Add something extra to your style by settling for a deep center part.
# 22 Jet Black to Golden Blonde Balayage
Grab the most attention in a high contrast balayage ombre. Settle for a base shade of jet black and sport balayage highlights of light golden blonde. Add some copper brown smear to blend with the light golden highlights. Chop the tips to sit leveled and finish cool and classic by styling the hair into spiral waves.
# 23 Dimensional Brown Blonde Balayage
Go for a warmer version of brown blonde balayage. Start off with a blowout texture to give the hair a smooth finish. Settle for a rich brown shade for the base color and add balayage highlights of strawberry blonde. Make it balanced for a more natural look and add textured for that classic twist.
# 24 Chocolate Brown Color Melt with Champagne Tips
Sport a fresh color melt in your fresh textured hair. Start with a rich shade of chocolate brown. Settle for a color melt transition by letting it shift into light chocolate brown at the bottom half. Give the hair a tapered chop at the ends to dip towards the back. Keep the colors flowing by completing in champagne blonde tips.
# 25 Burnt Bronde with Partial Champagne Highlights
Choose to go a little bit on the ashy side by sporting a burnt bronde shade in your long hair. Make it slightly darker at the top by sporting shadow roots. Settle for partial highlights
of champagne blonde. Style the hair to sit smooth and straight and finish in natural waves at the bottom half.
# 26 Dark Brown to Blonde Fishtail Ombre
Go for a sweet styling that sports a fishtail ombre. Start with a smooth textured blowout. Wear a dark shade of brown at the top letting it shift into a strawberry blonde hue from the middle to the ends. Tease some strands at the front into a textured fringe. Pull back the hair and secure into a low ponytail. Part the ponytail into two voluptuous strands that are twisted in one direction to create a messy rope braid fishtail.
# 27 Curly Reddish Brown and Strawberry Balayage
Begin this ombre with a heavy texture to the hair. Choose to sport a dark reddish brown shade for the base layer. Spice things up with strawberry blonde balayage highlights. Make the highlights much heavier at the bottom. Go for some extra visual volume by pulling the hair into textured curls.
# 28 Bronde Color Melt for Straight Chopped Hair
Choose to steal the show in a long hair sporting a classic color melt. Start off with some texture and style the strands to sit straight. Chop to a leveled base and go on to sport a bronde color melt. Keep the bottom half a little bit lighter by adding partial highlights of champagne blonde.
# 29 Smooth and Light Honey Blonde
Sport a brown shade at the base layer and add a light texture to the hair letting it sit smooth and sleek. Sport a balayage by settling for lowlights of buttered blonde and highlights of champagne blonde. Make the style stand out with a deep part at the center.
# 30 Glossy Ash Brown to Light Golden Blonde
Choose to go smooth at the top with a glossy shade of ash brown. Keep it flowing at the base and go on to sport light golden blonde balayage highlights making it more intense at the bottom. Keep everything looking classic with a curled look to the bottom half.
# 31 Brown and Blonde Slices
Sport a long layered bob
that’s got a tapered look at the back. Give it a sleek blowout texture and settle for a dark chocolate shade for the base color. Add streaks of subtle strawberry highlights. Go on to sport platinum blonde highlights
made to sit in streaks. Create a deep center part and tease the front into smooth bangs.
# 32 Brown to Strawberry Side Fishtail Ombre
Go for a classic styling sporting an ombre transition from a light chocolate brown shade at the top to a strawberry shade at the bottom. Create a side part and sweep the top towards the front to tease into side bangs. Pull back the rest of the hair holding it into a ponytail that’s slightly swept to the side. Secure the base sporting a bow tie clip and part into strands to style into a fishtail.
# 33 Angled Jet Black Bob with Brown and Blonde Lighting
Stand out in a short angled bob
that’s styled to dip towards the front. Sport a base shade of jet black and go on to sport light ash brown lowlights. Add streaks of light golden blonde and strawberry to create one sweet multi blend balayage. Let the hair stand out by sporting a raked textured finish.
# 34 Rich Textured Bronde with Deep Purple Tip
Go for a warmer blend of blonde and brown ensuring to retain that natural dark shade at the roots. Give it some texture to stand out and style to sit sleek and straight. Let the rich bronde shade shift into a deep purple shade at the tips creating that sweet reverse ombre
styling. Allow the hair to grace the back by giving it a nice back sweep on the sides.
# 35 Midnight Brown to Bronde with Platinum Peekaboo Highlights
Sport that cool unbalanced ombre that sports a shorter stretch of the dark shade at the top and a longer stretch of a bronde shade at the bottom. Choose to add more browns in the bronde shade. Add more fun to your balayage ombre by sporting platinum blonde peekaboo highlights
. Finish in messy textured waves to the hair.
# 36 Dimensional Blonde with Noticeable Shine
Go short in a blowout bob styled with a sculpting cream for more hold. Go for a base shade of light ash brown and sport highlight of champagne blonde styled into a balayage. Let the blonde highlights stretch deep from the roots. Give your bob a deep part at the center and go on to tease the front into flirty fringe bangs.
# 37 Midnight Brown Ponytail with Strawberry and Champagne Highlights
Choose to go for a balayage ombre styling. Make it midnight brown for the base shade. Go on to add balayage lighting of strawberry and champagne. Leave loose some flyaways for a cool messy look. Sport some texture letting the hair end in textured curls. Pull it back into a low ponytail secured in a hair jewelry.
# 38 Ash Brown with Partial Ash Blonde Lighting
Go the pixie style giving it a partial ash blonde highlights. Concentrate the highlights at the front leaving the rest of the hair to sport ash brown shade. Tease the highlighted front into a side bang to add some flirty look to your highlights.
# 39 Blended Chocolate Brown to Bronde Color Melt
Give your straight textured hair a reflective chocolate brown shade. Let it display smooth at the top and sport a shift into a rich bronde blend at the middle. Achieve it with a combination of light brown and strawberry. Allow it to melt into a lighter bronde shade at the bottom comprising champagne blonde and brown.
# 40 Sunkissed Dark Brown to Reddish Brown
Sunkissed hair are the perfect way of sporting that ideal wear for the summer season. Make it more of an ombre by wearing it dark brown at the top and reddish brown at the bottom half. Add blonde babylights making it display as partial face framing highlights. Create a center part letting the top sit smooth and finish in textured curls at the bottom.
# 41 Double French Plait Balayage
Make your french braid more captivating by first giving your hair a balayage ombre look. Start with midnight brown and light it up in strawberry balayage that shifts into a lighter champagne blonde at the ends. Make a deep pass through center part and style each half into a plaited french braid ending in fishtail braids.
# 42 Sunkissed Ombre Hair
Stand out in sunkissed vibes styled into an ombre. Start with a reflective chocolate brown top letting it shift to a rich reddish brown at the bottom half. Let it double as partial face framing highlights and settle for champagne babylights to the bottom half. Style the hair into long textured curls for a sexier finish.
# 43 Full Highlights with Artistic Back Undercut
Go for a short bob that sports a shade of light brown at the roots. Give it a short buzzed shave at the back and introduce slash lines to create that artistic geometric pattern. Create a boundary with a hard razor part. Flip the longer hair back in place and go on to give it some texture. Finish with full highlights of strawberry blonde.
# 44 Ash Brown to Ash Blonde with Glazed Strawberry Highlights
Stand out in ash brown shade at the top and choose to wear it ash blonde at the bottom. Light it up in a glazed strawberry blonde shade. Complete the style in messy textured curls sporting a spiral weave for a perfect display of the highlights.
# 45 Flat Brown to Dimensional Bronde
Start this style with a rooty flat brown top. Let it shift high up into a bronde shade that stretches down to the tips. Add more elegance to the hair by styling into long textured spiral curls.
Blonde and brown hair provides a more natural take on many different styling ranging from balayage, ombre to caramel. It creates a versatile blend that you might want to try out for that classic upgrade.