- Here's the blue (My most recent color)
- Here's the lavender (from December last year in Colorado)
- And this is my natural all blonde. No color underneath.
Most Helpful Guy
Red can suit the style ! since you already using bright shades means you have no problem with them! if you be into it a rainbow shade, it can be nice and a new experience. following this colors slightly beside each other in a row into the same form you have in the pictures. "red,, light orange, royal orange, yellow, green, light blue, royal blue and purple"
You can also the change coloring area! color the edges or give a little color to each row of your hair skipping one zone to the other it becomes a blonde hair with a little mix of appointed color throughout the whole hair.
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Most Helpful Girl
I've got three suggestions, keep it all platinum, or a platinum and ash blonde balayage like this
Or lavender blonde like the one below. Lavender low lights that blend in with your hair color. Instead of looking like streaks of color, the lavender looks like a reflection in this one.