May 25, 2019
Blonde hair has been refreshed and revived in 2019 and there are many new hairstyles and trends that we are loving right now! If you need some blonde hair inspiration, as well as some top tips and styles for blonde locks, you came to the right place.
Ice Blonde is HOT right now and everyone is loving this light and fresh color. If you would like hair this shade and don't want to damage your own hair with bleach, you can simply buy our Chloe wig in the color 60 Ice Blonde! Easy!
If you don't know what “balayage” is, it is when hair has been hand-painted with highlights and lowlights to create dimension and reflect light in the hair. Basically, it makes hair look beautiful and natural! That is exactly why we have designed some of our new blonde wigs to have the highly popular and requested “balayage”!
The hair in the above photo is our new wig Ava, which has balayage to die for with salon-quality dyeing of cool-toned ash blonde and light beige blonde, with natural-looking mouse dark roots to give the most natural hair look.
Top care tips for blonde hair
Blonde hair needs to be cared for differently, especially if it has been bleached. Deep conditioning is a must, as well as using purple shampoos to banish brassy tones. However, when you buy hair products, check the ingredients to see if they are sulphate-free. Using hair products that include sulphates on color-treated hair can be too harsh and and can strip the color. Always use gentle and nourishing hair products for wigs and hair.
New Summer Styles
Summer is the perfect time to experiment with and give your blonde hair or blonde wig some new fresh styles. Try out these twin braid twists for an ultramodern look by simply creating two twists on either side of your hair, and then securing with a small fishtail on each side.
Effortless or “wrap-around” ponytails look beautiful with blonde hair. Beautiful messy or sleek, however we love loose curls for this look! Super easy to create, just put your hair in a regular ponytail but leave out two front sections of hair. Next wrap the front sections of hair around your ponytails' base to hide the elastic band, and pin in place. Viola! A new effortless ponytail!