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1. Dark Ash Blonde And Dusty Rose Blonde Ombre

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Dusty hair colors are so big right now as they are perfect for Fall with their muted tones. If you don’t want to go all over blonde, you can start with dark roots such as light chocolate brown or dark ash blonde. Then slowly fade to strawberry blonde that melts into dusty pale pink. This ombre fade looks striking on long layered hair as it is full of depth and dimension. Add some long, flowing waves by using a large curling iron for even more body. Light dusty rose is such a striking contrast to the darker base for a captivating look that appears stunning when worn in an updo such as a braid or chignon.

2. Strawberry Blonde Hair Balayage

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If your hair is naturally a lighter shade of ash blonde, this pretty balayage blend is an ideal way to add some depth to your blonde tresses. Either keep your natural blonde as a base or tone it down to a slightly lighter shade. Then mix in very light strawberry blonde and platinum blonde for a multi-dimensional look that is full of texture and movement.

This combo is pretty on any hair type or length, but we think it is especially cool on a shoulder-length cut with long layers that add fullness. This look is perfect for fall as it resembles a morning sunrise over the ocean with its breathtaking blend of light strawberry blonde hues. Style your hair in a slightly messy manner for a sexy bed-head look that shows you can handle whatever life throws your way.

3. Copper Strawberry Blonde Ombre Fade

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Ombre hairstyles have been around for some time now, and they are only growing in popularity. Ombre hair doesn’t always have to be bold and colorful. Ombre can be soft and subtle, like this coppery blonde ombre fade. Start with burnt copper at the roots and gradually fade into light ash blonde ending with pale pink platinum blonde. These colors are reminiscent of a fall sunset as they slowly melt from warm light auburn to very light blonde with pink hues. That allows for a stunning strawberry blonde ombre.

This gorgeous ombre is captivating on a mid-length wavy haircut as it adds fullness to thinner hair. As well, long layers can help add life to thicker tresses. If you have been blessed with naturally curly locks, simply spritz sea salt or apply curling serum to your hair, run your fingers through it to style it into soft beachy waves and allow it to air dry. Those with straight hair can use a flat iron or medium barrel curling wand to curl one to two-inch sections into beach waves. Spray with medium hold spray to allow movement.

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