Golden blonde hair with brown highlights 2018

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Honey-Colored

Gisele Bundchen's luscious supermodel waves are packed with highlights, lowlights, ombré, and basically every other balayage technique. The result? A.

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Painted Red and Brown

Actress Mindy Kaling followed a more subtle approach by lightening her with crimson and light brown highlights.

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Bronde

See? Even people with lighter hair colors can follow this technique. To add depth to her, January Jones has a blend of light brown and light blonde streaks throughout her hair.

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Darker Underneath

For an edgy yet subtle contrast, ask your colorist to not only give you warm highlights on your top layers, but to darken your bottom layers, like Mandy Moore has done.

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Sun-Kissed Blonde

For the most natural-looking a la Jen Aniston, ask your stylist for highlights and lowlights throughout your hair.

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Flashes of Brightness

Even hair as dark as Vanessa Williams' can benefit from a few well-placed highlights. Don't be afraid to ask for a noticeably lighter color!

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Delicate Sombré

A slight graduation from deep brown to golden brown gives your hair a like Lucy Hale's.

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Buttery Blonde

Painting streaks of golden and buttery hues throughout the hair offers blondes a Blake Lively-inspired look.

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Color-Melted Caramel

Kathryn Hahn's varying shades of medium brown are so seamless, it was likely done via, a technique used on top of balayage.

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Revved Up Red

A realistic red color looks even more dimensional with the addition of highlights, like those on Bryce Dallas Howard.

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Toffee Ombré

To add radiance to deep brown locks, ask your stylist for toffee streaks throughout your hair, focusing on the ends.

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Peek-a-Boo Streaks

Jenna Dewan Tatum's sporadic and significantly lighter strands let her maintain her intense dark brown while enjoying the dimension highlighting creates.

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Skin-Brightening Blonde

Catherine O'Hara's flattering mix of blonde shades not only helps her complexion glow, they're the perfect hues for intentionally.

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Auburn Lob

Kat Graham's hair is the perfect example of just how subtle yet impactful balayage can be. Her highlights are a deep auburn only a teensy bit lighter than her dark brown base color, but it makes even more interesting.

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Subtle Chestnut

The beauty of balayage is that it can be so subtle, you barely see shift in shades between the highlights and the base color, as seen here on Alexis Bledel.

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Sleek Streaks

If you like a more obvious highlight, choose a like Alyssa Milano did — her medium-blonde accents stand out even more thanks to such a smooth style.

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Blonde to Blonder

If you're thinking of lightening up your blonde, you don't have to do it all in one shot. You can do so gradually with a lighter blonde balayage, seen here on Claire Danes, that totally brightens your whole head.

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Blondish Lob

You don't need lengthy layers to reap the benefits of balayage. á la Jessica Alba looks stunning with streaks in a sandy hue.

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Cinnamon Streaks

A shoulder-grazing style can get a little boring. Add striking streaks of warm, reddish brown throughout to give it some serious radiance.

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Butterscotch Waves

Chrissy Teigen is seriously the balayage queen. have never looked better than this beautiful brown-blonde combo, full of thin highlights.

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Tawny Babylights

Babylights are so subtle, they look natural. If you're apprehensive about making a big change but still want to make your look more dynamic, try babylights in a shade just a few lighter than your natural color.

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Glossy Ombré

For a beautiful that lasts year-round, ask your stylist for golden tones that start at eye level. (And show this photo of SJP for inspo.)

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Ruby Babylights

Babylights don't just have to be brown or blonde — they can come in red too. Ask your stylist to paint throughout your hair.

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Sparkling Blonde

like Elizabeth Olsen get a modern update with contrasting streaks of champagne and sunflower.

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Caramel Bronde

Bronde hair takes and puts them together to form a hair color that's the best of both worlds. Balayage enhances this look, making it appear more natural and dynamic (a.k.a. perfect for Queen Bey).

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Touch of Ice

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Soft Amber

A gentle sombré look with golden bronze streaks framing the fame is an easygoing way to rock this trend.

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Asymmetrical Ombré

Try sticking the paler golden blonde hair with brown highlights 2018 shades toward the front to highlight your face. When you want to play with asymmetry, simply so the lighter and darker sides contrast.

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Autumnal Reds

Warm gold and reddish-brown tones look striking when painted onto glamorous bombshell curls like Rihanna's.

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Pale, Icy Blonde

For a dramatic look that works beautifully on long hair, ask your stylist for a cool ombré blonde look starting right at the eyes.

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