Would you like to freshen up your hair or dare to go from dark to light? Then let yourself be inspired by "Curated Blonde", which convinces with many variations
The mix of ombré and balayage: "Curated Blonde" creates a personalized blonde tone
You've decided on a make-over and are sitting at the hairdresser's with question marks: what shade of blonde should it be now? "Curated Blonde" is the answer to the makeover question, because with this dyeing technique everyone gets a personalized look and exactly the styling that suits them best.
"Curated Blonde" is about blending different techniques together rather than just focusing on one. Accordingly, you can combine balayage with ombré or micro lights, for example, to create a multidimensional and lively experience. But that not only requires tact but above all know-how. We, therefore, recommend that you do not lend a hand here, but rather seek advice and treatment from a professional. But you can get some inspiration in advance. We show you here how multifaceted "Curated Blonde" can actually be.
At first glance, this color may seem very uniform. However, if you take a closer look, you can see that different shades of the blonde were also used here. But in a very subtle way. Perfect for anyone who likes smooth transitions.
Actress Halle Berry's "curated blonde" is even more dynamic and extravagant. Here, stronger contrasts between light blonde and warm caramel tones are deliberately set in the style of beachy balayage.
This twist on the "curated blonde" is a great way to lighten the entire hair without bleaching it in the traditional way. Here, light and ashy nuances are only applied at the front, while the strands at the back are a little darker and warmer.
Actually, in the hairdressing salon, you have always decided between ombré and balayage. This look shows that both work and look really exciting together. Perfect for those who like to dare.
Of course, the personalized blonde tone not only looks different depending on the type but also depending on the haircut. Combined with a fringed bob that brings out the natural hair texture, the trend is unbeatable.
Beyoncé is not only a queen in the music business but also when it comes to her hair. She is one of the pioneers of the "curated blonde" trend and has presented us with various variations so far. Among other things, she relied on a mix of chunky highlights, baby lights, balayage, and face-framing.
The beauty of "Curated Blonde" is that there is something for everyone. If you like it less conspicuous, but very effortless, you should like this variant. Here the roots are left untreated, while the lighter shades of blonde that have been incorporated look like they are blending together.
In combination with ginger tones, "Curated Blonde" has its very own charm. The special thing about this version is, above all, that the different tones were not necessarily worked in accurately and thus form an exciting play of colors.
Singer Ciara also likes an extravagant "curated blonde" style, chunky highlights, and caramel balayage. This creates a multi-dimensional result that is perfect for a makeover.
Rosie Huntington-Whiteley is also a go-to for curated blonde inspiration. The top model is all about creating a natural look. That's why she worked with subtle face-framing and soft baby lights.