Cool undertones are pinker regardless of complexion. Sunburned people, natural redheads, bluish veins, and white-top wearers come into this category.
Neutral undertones, a new category, developed from more individuals having peachier skin. They flatter gold and silver jewelry, can tan or burn equally, and have bluish green veins.
Many Asians and Latinas have warm undertones with yellow and olive complexion. They have darker eyes, tan readily, and look beautiful with gold jewelry and bronzy makeup.
This almost-white blonde, popular in Europe and Scandinavia, bursts with rosy or cold undertones and requires the most frequent touch-ups to maintain.
Most men and women choose platinum bleached blonde, a tint below white blonde. Platinum blonde hair is Nordic-cool and Old Hollywood-inspired for neutral undertones but still needs touchups.
This is edgier and tougher to maintain than salt-and-pepper or ash due to its blue pigments. Some social media and street style icons who believe gray is the best blonde hair or are into #GrannyHair love it.
We expect many ladies to wear wheat blonde between grey hair and a warm blonde. This natural blonde is stunning! Just yellow enough to read warm, but ashy undertones prevent butteriness.
Flaxen blonde, the closest colour to baby blonde, creates a bright, childlike, youthful look and flatters people with pink to neutral undertones.
The tone can be darker or lighter and is a classic, classy blonde for people who desire something less flashy or “comic-book yellow.”
Beach blonde, or sandy blonde, works nicely with warm undertones due to its yellow accents. It's named after being the closest to outdoor bleaching.