White blonde hair is the coolest shade of blonde defined by its icy tones. White is the last shade you can choose on the blonde color spectrum.
This icy shade is a rising hair color trend as fashioned by celebrities Taylor Swift, Elle Fanning, and of course, the Kardashians. It’s a lightweight color, borderline rebellious, but very sophisticated!
If you’re a brunette considering to get this delicate hue, be aware of the meticulous process that involves bleaching, strengthening, and moisturizing needed to reach your blonde goals. Obviously, it takes a lot of time and patience to achieve this color, and taking care of it is also a big commitment. However, the captivating result that you would get upon donning snow blonde locks are certainly worth the try!
Below is a gallery featuring my favorite white blonde hair colors that I’m in love with this year!
White Blonde Hair With Ashy Tones
Combine summer and winter with this eye-catchy melt of beach and platinum blonds! Beautiful on neutral to tan skin!
Ash White Blonde Shade
Lighten up your look with this cool ash white hair shade on long wavy hair for an enchanting ice queen feels!
White Ice on Choppy Haircut
Live your life best as a blonde with this super edgy version of platinum! Those textured ends and wavy layers all add glam to the style!
Glimmering White Hair
This icy white blonde plus the soft waves add texture and movement to the hair and makes it so lovely.
Edgy Icy White Bob
Get ready for winter with this divine snow blonde neck-length angled cut that suits any complexion. As long as you’re up for the maintenance, you’ll totally be glammed by this one!
Dark to White Blonde Ombre
Don’t wanna go full on platinum with your natural brunette hair? This is the perfect way to get a feel of this super edgy and mouth-watering shade that makes your hair appear like it was dipped in snow!
White Blonde Highlights on Blonde Hair
Brighten up a brassy blonde hair with white blonde highlights.
White Platinum Blonde
A mesmerizing way to show off this marvelous color is to go silky straight. A hairstyle like this can make oval and round faces appear narrower.
This icy blonde plus the soft waves add texture and movement to the hair and makes it so lovely.
Layered Bleach Blonde
This icy white blonde hair is the hue that every blonde dreams of!
Maintaining this icy look requires regular visits to the salon about every 2-4 weeks for a root touch up and a toner. So if you’re constantly on the go and have a very busy lifestyle, this may not be realistically the best look for you. Also keep in mind that depending on your natural hair color this may not happen in one visit, and that’s okay.
When first starting to achieve this look, it may take a couple of sessions. Like the saying goes, “the best things come to those who wait.” As far as at-home maintenance, purple/blue shampoo is your best friend!
You also want to make sure to regularly do a conditioning mask to keep that blonde shiny and healthy. Blonde is beautiful but it does take maintenance.
Streaked White Blonde on Brown Color
This look is a very dimensional highlight/lowlight. Use neutral chocolate tones and more icy blonde tones in very fine sections to create a strong contrast, while also blending nicely and not looking “stripey.” This color looks great straight, wavy or curly, but these curls that were made by a 1-inch curling iron really show off all the ribbons of color.
Highlights or lowlights or even both will add the dimension that solid colors lack. Also by adding light and dark tones, the outgrowth is less harsh which is a win for someone who goes a while in between appointments!
Natural Looking Baby White
This naturally looking baby white blonde hair is a wearable lived-in look. Go for a rooty dimensional white blonde that complements your skin tone and haircut.
Getting to this level of blonde isn’t always achievable in one session, and upkeep at-home styling products such as an oil, heat protectant, and purple shampoo are crucial.
White blonde hair is a stunning look but it isn’t for everyone. Consider how much you’re wanting to spend and the time you put in at home to make sure your hair is as good at home even after leaving the salon. Having a good consultation with your stylist is key when trying to achieve this color.
Trendy Short Hair
The white blonde hair color is best worn with a very loose wave. The color does the speaking, so super relaxed styling is essential for this.
Shampoo your hair with a clarifying shampoo to keep clean from air pollution, which can build on hair and is visible on blondes, which gives the brassy yellow tones!
Follow that with a toning treatment, which will nourish your hair with hydration but also has the violet tones to give it that extra clean blonde feel. I would recommend Christophe Robin “baby blonde.”
The ideal woman for this would have to be a girl with a natural base of a dark ash blonde. As the lightening process would be a lot gentle of the hair, however, I would always suggest a Plex product in with the color.
White as Snow on Shoulder Length Tresses
This white blonde hair color is the Lamborghini of blondes. It’s the most sought-after blonde of all time. I call it “Mother of Pearl,” because of its luxurious tone. I love this color/tone so much because it’s not too warm and not too cool and is perfect for anyone’s skin tone.
I definitely think it’s a one-size-fits-all kind of color, as we can see with this one. A younger lady and an older woman can both rock it and look like a super-star!
This color is not cheap! If you think you’re going to go this light and use cheap aftercare products or go to a non-professional colorist who is not experienced in blondes, be ready to shave your hair off and/or spend hundreds of dollars on products trying to fix it.
Do your research beforehand and don’t be afraid to interview your colorist about their past experience and about your hair 1- type, 2- texture 3- pigment and if it is even possible to achieve this color.
Dark Roots with White Blonde
It’s a low maintenance approach to platinum white hair with dark roots. By having a dark or shadow at the root you’re able to effortlessly grow out your hair without any harsh lines. The greatest part of this look is how seamlessly it all fits together, white blonde color, cut, and waves to create a show-stopping style that accents my client’s beauty.
Go through a lengthy consultation to determine what style would be best for you. If you can make it into the salon every 6-8 weeks and want to be super blonde, you can go for highlights or on scalp bleach. If you can only come in every 3-6 months I recommend doing a shadow root or even a foilayage method, something with a more blended root area.
For products, get Olaplex #3 purple shampoo, Milkshake Silvershine shampoo, a moisturizing conditioner, and a deep conditioning mask, as blonde hair tends to be on the drier side.
White Blonde Before and After Makeover
Check out this incredible wheat blonde to white blonde hair makeover done by colorist Brittany. She used Schwarzkopf Professional hair dye to achieve this bright white hue.