I’ve always loved experimenting with my hair. I’ve had every color under the sun, but my current favorite is orange with blonde underneath. I love the way the two colors play off of each other and it’s always fun to switch up my look.

Plus, it’s a great way to add a pop of color to my otherwise fairly tame wardrobe.

-How do you achieve this look

If you’re considering adding some blonde highlights to your orange hair, there are a few things you should keep in mind. First, orange hair can be tricky to highlight because it’s a very light color to begin with. You’ll want to make sure your stylist uses a lightener that won’t damage your hair, and that they avoid over-bleaching.

Second, since orange is such a light color, the blonde highlights will show up more than they would on darker hair. This means that you’ll want to be extra careful about choosing a shade that compliments your skin tone. If you have a fair complexion, opt for a golden or honey blonde.

If you have a darker complexion, go for a darker blonde or even a light brown. Finally, keep in mind that blonde highlights on orange hair will require more upkeep than other hair colors. You’ll need to touch up your highlights every 4-6 weeks, and use a purple shampoo to prevent brassiness.


A woman who recently dyed her hair orange shares her experience with the color, as well as tips for anyone considering a similar hue. She explains that she chose orange because she wanted a color that would be both fun and flattering, and she’s happy with the results. She offers advice on choosing the right shade of orange, as well as how to care for orange hair.

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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