While trends change, there is something timeless about natural blonde hair. Blonde is one look that can go through many iterations depending on the current fashion. Coiffed platinum hair was the rage in the 1950s as bombshell screen stars wore the color. Twenty years later, a more mature, golden-blonde look was popularized by the hippie-free-loving '70s. Inexplicably, in the 2000s, stripey blonde highlights were the look. Later, natural blonde hair colors like balayage or ombre became more popular.

Although the age-old question, "Do blondes have more fun?" will never be answered, it is clear that there are many more choices for blonde hair colors. Many trendy shades, such as Playboy blonde or champagne blush, have joined the classic blonde shades of honey and platinum. This allows every skin tone and hair color to lighten. Because they are easy to maintain and have a natural feel, low-maintenance shades like Undone Blonde have seen a surge in popularity over the pandemic. Mega-bright shades, as Gigi Hadid has proven, are also on the rise. We spoke with top colorists to discover the current most popular blonde hair colors. Continue reading for their tips.

Try Natural Blonde Hair Colors

There's something unique about each shade of blonde, but it's the natural blonde that has been quietly doing its work since day one. Continue reading to discover a range of natural blonde colors you can try.

1. Cafe Au Lait Curls

Cream in coffee has never looked chicer, especially when it's a single-process, clean-looking shade. And finished with trendy curls

2. Flaxen Sombre Waves, Long 

Choose a cool, creamy color that makes pink undertones shine. Nexxus Color Assure purple shampoo and conditioner can be used to keep the shade from becoming brassy.

3. Golden Balayage

This sunny blonde with natural sun-streaky highlights looks great with a few dark roots.

4. Ash Brown with Bleached Ends

You'll be able to it if you blink. This natural blonde hair color is very popular with surfer girls all over the world. It has an ash brown base and is lightened at the ends.

5. Dusty Flaxen Blonde

Ask your stylist for a smudge on your highlights. This is done by backcombing the hair as it's being foiled.

6. Bright Champagne

Although this beige blonde isn't as strawberry-like, it retains a distinct pink tone that works well with peaches and neutral skin tones.

7. Sandy Lowlights

Lowlights in ash brown more depth to a base of baby blonde.

8. Bleached

Bottle blondes are welcome to join the fun, provided that the shade is not too warm (it will brass up naturally by the shower), and that the lowlights a little dimension.

9. Smudgy Root

Brunettes who want a natural, but still very bright blonde look can choose smudgy roots. This features the color starting lower down on the strand. Bonus: It's easier to touch up.

10. Natural Highlights

The streaks of yesteryear are now more wearable and sophisticated with thin foil highlights.

11. Creamy Ash

This ash-blonde is a one-process process that gives you a beautiful, shiny finish. After the fact, you can apply a glossing treatment to give it a glossy look. You can give your hair a touch of shine at home by misting it with Bed Head by Tigi Headrush Shine Shampoo Spray.

12. Skinny Highlights

Cali-girl's ultimate look is one with paper-crisp highlights and a sandy base. You can also get a tan!

13. Bleached Blonde and Messy Waves

This would be the iconic surf-to-turf shade.

14. Beige and Textured

Who said beige was boring? It has a modern texture that sheds its old-fashioned references. This look can be achieved by first up excess grease with dry shampoo (we love Suave Dry Shampoo), and then giving your locks a little twist.

15. Angel Blonde

Children younger than 10 years old often have natural blonde streaks scattered throughout their hair. This can vary depending on the sun exposure. Ask your stylist to create a baby blonde balayage that starts at the ends and goes up to the mid-lengths.

16. Honey Blonde Balayage Hair

Are you not ready to go brightly blonde? This honey blonde shade is a great way to lighten your hair and still look natural.

17. Cool-Toned Blonde

Cool tones are a great way to keep very blonde hair natural. After shampooing, use TRESemme Gloss light blonde color depositing conditioner to keep this hair looking natural.

18. Sandy Blonde Hair

This balayage color is a natural combination of sandy blonde and effortless beachy waves.

19. Baby Blonde Hair

Baby blonde hair should be a natural, light blonde look. Although it's not exactly platinum-colored, it is still lighter than the blonde.

20. Strawberry Blonde Hair

You are looking for the perfect combination of copper and blonde? This strawberry blonde shade is a great choice. If you are looking for a natural blonde color that still looks natural, this is the color for you. There are many ways to show off natural blonde hair colors this season, from smudged roots to color like a cafe au lait.