I’ve always loved the way that blond hair looks with blue underneath. It’s such a beautiful and unique combination. I love how the blue pops against the blond and how it looks like the sky.

I’ve always wanted to try this look, but I was never brave enough to do it. I’m so glad I finally took the plunge and dyed my hair this amazing color.

How do you achieve this look

If you’ve ever seen someone with blond hair and blue underneath, you might have wondered how they achieved such a unique and beautiful look. There are actually a few different ways to achieve this look, and it’s not as difficult as you might think. One of the most popular ways to get blond hair with blue underneath is to use a hair color technique called ombre.

Ombre is a color technique that involves lightening the top layer of hair while leaving the bottom layer darker. To get this look, you’ll need to bleached the top layer of your hair to a very light blond. Once the top layer is light enough, you can then add in a blue hair color to the bottom layer.

Another way to get blond hair with blue underneath is to use a hair color technique called balayage. Balayage is a color technique that involves painting on the hair color, rather than using a dye.


This blog post is all about blond hair with blue underneath. The author starts off by talking about how she used to have blond hair and how she loved it. However, she started to notice that her hair was starting to look a bit dull and lifeless.

She then decided to add some blue highlights to her hair and she absolutely loves the results! She says that her hair looks much brighter and more vibrant now.

About the Author

I am Alyssa, a hair color stylist who has been in the industry for over 20 years. I have done hair colors on every type of person imaginable, from all different ages to all different ethnicities. My goal is to make you look good, feel good and be happy with your hair. I can color any type of hair-including current trends like ombre or balayage, cover grey hairs or even take it back in time with an old school black and white rinse.

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