From multi-tonal highlights to all over tints, drop ten years with a flattering dye-job!
Claudia Schiffer really suits this beach blonde shade. Ask for an all over tint and highlights, this will flatter fine hair as the bleach base gives hair guts and body. Avoid if you’ve got thick or curly hair!
Jessica Alba’s graduated and faded brunette is a subtler version of the dip-dye, which also works best on blondes. We love the blend of hazlenut tones on mid-length to ends. Celeb colourist Sally Northwood says if you’re getting highlights, book in at least two weeks before you go away so the colour has time to settle!
Emma Willis block colour makes her sharp cut look super-shiny. An all-over dye will really suit you if you have healthy hair. Pale skin tones look great with a rich brunette block colour.
Beyonce proves women with dark skin can do blonde! Subtle tones graduated through the ends look super stylish and look best on mid-length to long hair.
Blonde hair can be dull but Michelle Williams glossy, cool all over platinum shade really suits her skin tone. Celeb colourist Richard Ward says you should protect and keep coloured hair looking rich with a weekly brightening treatment.
Kate Middleton never strays far from her natural tone but a few subtle lowlights through her layers stop it looking dull. This is perfect for brunettes as the colour create body and movement. Don’t have too much contrast – two shades lighter than your natural colour is best.
Julianne Moore’s colour looks glossy without a fake copper glow. Ask for a red-based brunette tint that will really suit fair skin tones. Red dye fades the fastest so use oil-based shampoos and conditioners will help to lock in the colour.
Cat Deeley’s multi-tonal blondes looks so natural. Ask your hairdresser to put in a mid-blonde base with highlights that are lighter at the front, softer at the crown.
Rosamund Pike’s natural looking highlights are subtle and sophisticated. This colour will suit everyone as highlights only cover 40% of you’re hair – perfect if you’re new to colour and want to get a little lift.
Make Leighton Meester your muse and try balayage, a freehand highlighting technique. Sporadic strands of caramel give her colour a 3D effect. Less is more with this approach.