Blonde hair is still a firm favourite for 2015 (of course). Get in on the hottest shades with our edit of the top celebrity blondes. From dark or light blonde, the classic honey and platinum or this year's 'blonde brown' (yes, really), get hair colour ideas here.
Ombre uplights have been a strong hair trend, which doesn't look like it's going anywhere, with Jessica Alba and Beyonce both modeling warmer, honey blonde tones. Perfect for darker shades, ombre lights add depth and texture, while giving the overall result of dark caramel blonde hair – without dark root re-growth issues. Don't get too carried away with the highlights though, this year it's about going darker and embracing the warmth on your complexion.
For natural blondes, take notes from models Georgia May Jagger, Jessica Hart and Cara Delevingne and opt for softer highlights woven in among darker, more natural tones for a dirty blonde bed head look. Wear these loose, long and with plenty of conditioning treatment to ensure the blonde hair colour stays fresh and glossy.
If it’s notice-me hair colour you’re after, then platinum blonde hair colour is a cool option. Make like Carey Mulligan with her champagne-hued tresses and opt for block colour, or for more highlighted locks, work it like Nicole Richie and Jennifer Lawrence with their textured blonde bob. The blonde of all blonde awards has to go to Michelle Williams who, in spite of it seeming as if her hair will fall out if she goes a shade lighter, manages to pull of the brightest blonde we’ve ever seen.
This season’s shade is a blonde brown hybrid, making for a natural multi-tonal look that suits pretty much all complexions. With Jennifer Lopez fronting L’Oreal’s campaign for its new DIY hair dye and Beyonce working the shade (her ponytail being the most talked about thing at the Met Gala), it's big.
From caramel blonde hair through to ultra ash shades, get blonde hair ideas from these celebs – pick your favourite shade, print out and take to the hairdresser.