Strawberry blonde is a trendy hair color. It’s a famous warm reddish blonde hue that looks refined and pretty fancy in some of its variations. Most blondes and redheads have tried it and appreciated its benefits. Among celebrities the most popular strawberry blondes are Nicole Kidman, Amy Adams, Isla Fisher, Cynthia Nixon, Sienna Miller… These are true strawberry blonde icons, and we often can’t resist copying their stunning looks at least partially. However, we, girls, don’t feel like looking the same for too long. That’s why we experiment with hair colors so often. We’ve looked around for 60 different pictures with shades of strawberry blonde. Some of them are rather into the beige and neutral tone with a very delicate pinkish tint, others incline to warm reddish shades. There are also darker and lighter versions, more intense and softer ones. We bet you’ll find here something you really like.
Anyone who likes it, you may suggest. Actually, yes, but it’s not going to be flattering to everyone. First of all, let’s try to sort out the hues. The strawberry is not ginger, auburn or chestnut… Basically, it’s a blonde tone but with a warm golden-reddish tint. It occurs naturally very rarely and goes in combination with pale skin and freckles.
Today with professional hair dyes and talented colorists we can achieve practically every color we want. Classic strawberry tone is flattering for girls and women with fair warm-toned skin. However, it’s also possible to attain the strawberry hues that are neutral and even a bit cool, tending to beige tones. That’s why if your natural hair color is dishwater blonde, you can resort to beige strawberry shade and look great.
If you have more intense natural overall coloring (i.e. skin that tans well, light or medium brown hair and dark or bright eyes), you may try darker versions of strawberry blonde. With lighter hues you may look a kind of “washed out”.
Not all of the following are exactly strawberry blonde tones. But they are all close to it and are listed here so that you could select your ideal shade, trendy in 2023.
The admixture of warm blonde highlights really elevates this swanky shoulder-length bob. You can tell that there are red and blonde streaks in the ‘do, but they still melt together to produce a very harmonious finish.
This lovely dye job is on the softer, brownish side of the color spectrum. It is a great in-between shade for those who do not want to go fiery red or bright blonde, but still want a hint of intensity. The graceful waves finish the look off beautifully.
This complex dye job combines dark blonde, brownish and red for a truly unique hair color. Show off the changing colors with a feathered side bang. The traditional cut and flirty hues makes this an enviable style for any occasion.
If you want a natural finish, try this light reddish brown base with golden highlights. The lighter highlights frame her face beautifully. Plus, they make her waves look even shinier than they already are.
Long layers flatter any face shape and allow you to showcase healthy shiny locks, flowing effortlessly along your back. This look is elevated by a subtle strawberry blonde ombre that looks like some carefree, sun-kissed strands to brighten your overall appearance.
Wow, look at the shine on this hairdo. It shows that you do not need a bold color for a statement look. Natural hair colors can be just as striking when they are this rich and lustrous.
Rose gold is the perfect way to complement tan skin as it brings out the warm undertones in the complexion. A more grown-up and complex way to wear pink hair, this color allows you to have some fun with your style while still maintaining an air of sophistication.
Show off your long layers with a strawberry look that starts out dark and gradually gets lighter. Curl the ends to add more volume to your hair and show off the color melt even more.
This beautiful look gets some extra “va-va-voom” with a heavy dose of layered curls. The creative color truly complements women with green eyes. The copper color flatters a bronzed skin tone by matching its golden undertone for the overall look that truly sparkles.
This is one stunning hairdo no matter what way you look at it. The angled waves have a retro vibe and the natural strawberry shade works well with the styling, without competing with it.
Recreate the shimmery reddish-bronze color of pennies with a mix of red and strawberry blonde highlights for a truly glimmering glamourous mane. Let the color do the work and style your look into effortless waves.
This blonde and pink look showcases the mastery of the hair colorist. You’re not entirely sure where the pink hair color is or where the blonde parts are because the pink hue is melted seamlessly in the strawberry blonde base. So you may choose either strawberry blonde highlights or a strawberry blonde base and add a complimenting pink shade.
Your strawberry hair can just be a starting point. This golden strawberry base would be stunning by itself with this wavy look, but they have added a fun twist by including muted pink lowlights.
This pastel strawberry hair color is contrasted by the visible roots. If you are looking for a low maintenance dye job, this is a brilliant option. You can stretch your time between hair color appointments because the dark roots are a part of the look. Just don’t go too long before your color fades completely.
This red and blonde hair proves that you do not have to pick only one color. The long style starts out redder at the roots, then it gradually becomes blonder towards the mid shaft, and browner towards the ends. It is an ombre look, but the gradation is so soft that you almost don’t notice it.
If you like red hair with blonde highlights, try this look. The mid-length blonde and red balayage hairstyle is just one of the many ways you can work strawberry color into your look. This ‘do goes from blonde to red roots. The flicked-out ends suit the soft hair color.
If you’re going for a funky strawberry hair color with a hint of orange, you need a cool cut to go with it. This shoulder-length shaggy bob with piecey layers and long bangs is just the thing to complement the dye job.
You can call this stunning hair color golden strawberry. The strawberry blonde ombre look starts out light red at the roots then softly washes into a light strawberry shade. The soft waves work with the romantic feel of the hair color.
This strawberry hair color has a bit more orange in it. The blonder base gets an electric jolt thanks to the thick peach highlights. If you want to try a similar look, tell your hairstylist to blend in the highlights. You want them to be noticeable but you do not want them to look chunky and contrasting.
When in doubt, try tousled waves. These relaxed waves work so beautifully with this complex warm toned hair color. The middle part and brushed back front layers ensure that your face is still the focus.
Red blonde hair is a unique color flattering for a variety of skin tones, and it is made even more beautiful when it is paired with charming waves. You can get these by having the ends of your hair softly layered and then using a large barrel curling iron.
Red balayage hair can be really fun. Go from a dark strawberry blonde to a soft golden blonde accenting the sides and tips. The more you feather and layer the hair, the lighter it will appear once the color is added in. This is good news for thick haired girls who are looking to let go of some weight.
Blonde hair doesn’t have to be boring. Liven things up with a variety of highlights and low lights that include various hues ranging from platinum to strawberry. This is a great way to distract from hair that is too fine or jazz up that awkward “growing out” length.
Strawberry hair is lovely, but sometimes it needs that extra punch of style to make it look fabulous. Going with some platinum blonde tips or another bright hair dye really places a modern take on the otherwise tired hair trend.
Go dramatic with an auburn base that ends with whispers of golden strawberry. One of the fun things about red dye is the fact it’s so versatile. With literally dozens of shades to choose from, no two manes look alike.
Keep that copper blonde hair full of surprises with a darker shade beneath. Go with a deep auburn or brown. This is an ideal way to darken up summer hair for the winter without spending a ton of money on the total overhaul.
If you are lucky enough to have long, healthy hair, sleep in some chunky rollers overnight for this fancy, wavy hairstyle that positively stuns in shades of reddish blonde. Strawberry blonde is so multidimensional in color, it only makes sense that you make the most of it with voluptuous curls.
If you go with red highlights or strawberry red hair, know that it is expensive to upkeep if your hair is very long. However, it’s often worth the price when you see how stunning the final result is. Go with a few shades that pair well together and style your hair into ringlets, loose waves or super straight strands – depending upon your mood that day.
Soft copper hair is fun to sport, but it definitely takes a certain personality. How do you know if you’ve got what it takes? Simple – be willing to pair a statement-making hair color with a modern cut and style. This asymmetrical chop will show off color and greatly reduce the daily maintenance.
Allow hair to fall just to the shoulders in a loose beach wave when you want a style that is easy to manage but still very feminine. Adding in strawberry highlights will warm things up, so take caution if your skin is naturally ruddy – this will look best on tan or fair-skinned gals.
For very long hair, there are several types of hair dye that will actually condition and nourish locks instead of parching them during the dying process. Whether you choose reddish blonde strands or something closer to pink and blonde, the sky’s the limit when it comes to color on very long hair.
If you’re not too big of a fan of pink but your hair is naturally warm in its undertones, go with a light strawberry blonde with blonder highlights throughout. This is not a traffic stopping hue – it’s ideal for the professional girl that still enjoys a bit of fun.
When it comes to red and blonde hair, there are so many options – mostly good, with a few unfortunate ones mixed in. While most people don’t look exactly amazing with a strong orange hue, there are those who can pull off this popular 90s throwback color with a healthy dose of confidence. Go for it if you’re feeling adventurous – it might become your beautiful trademark.
If you’re planning on transforming your hair from blonde to red, there is definitely much to be said about life in the middle. Opting for a pink hue that’s accomplished through strawberry highlights, you’ll discover a childish whimsy that perfectly fits your carefree personality.
Departing from the wild side and returning to a natural color, a blonde ombre is ideal for both straight and curly haired ladies. Adding in some bangs – regardless of whether they’re wispy or straight – will soften the face and update a hairstyle that risks looking boring.
Accentuate wavy blonde hair with a strawberry blonde hair color that helps tresses look glossy and healthy. It doesn’t have to be a drastic change – just simply a boost of color to brighten things up.
Have you ever seen pictures of stick straight hair and wished you could pull it off? If your hair is thin to medium in texture, a very straight style might be realistic after all. Adding in a strawberry hue will create a sleek sheen that further shows off your angled, edgy cut.
Can’t decide on a hue? Go with several! Pairing natural hair color with highlights and brightened up strands will result in a colorful head of curls that is truly individual and fun to wear around town.
Whether you go for a strawberry blonde ombre or a more traditional all over red as shown below, red heads are known for their bold personalities and gorgeous heads of hair. Lighten up your long hair with layers.
Thick hair often needs some help finding shape and style. Round your ends and curl them lightly to bring a subtle curve to your ‘do. This is flattering with any shade of red or blonde.
These awesome locks feature a gorgeous coloristic solution with warmer golden hue around the face and pale ends. It’s a fantastic idea for blondes who want to add a fancy note to their hair color.
You may need to bring shade almost to the copper red, adding strawberry blonde highlights only for the ends. The intensity of this color harmonizes with the blue eyes and fair skin of the model.
Here is how you can make strawberry blonde warmer and sunnier for summer. Adding soft golden highlights and styling your locks with a smooth silky finish, you draw attention to its fabulous buttery texture and extremely delicious color.
Darker hues of the color, loved by so many, are a good match for women with more contrasting looks. It will flatter tanned skin and dark or bright eyes. Natural waves and a beautiful hair hue is all it takes to look stunning.
This blonde with darker roots was originally charming, but if you wear the same color for too long, you are getting a bit boring no matter how beautiful it is. Transitioning to the cool tone of strawberry blonde long hair can be a very pleasing color shift.
There are many monochromatic looks with strawberry blonde, but it also can win from combinations with other delicious hues. The cool-toned strawberry for the base looks fabulous with warm honey highlights.
As for us, a perfect tone is neutral: neither too dark or bright, nor too light. It’s delicate and creamy like this one. It’s certainly, an individual matter, but we believe it’s hard to find something more versatile.
Strawberry base is getting even more appealing with creamy highlights added throughout. We love this clear graceful combination in a messy braided hairstyle and can picture it in more elegant looks.
Here are light pastel pinkish and tangerine tints you can consider as an original summer hair color. We can imagine it looking awesome in free flowing curly downdos.
This awesome radiant hue of strawberry blonde sweetened with honey syrup radiates beauty and clarity. The ends were made just a little bit lighter to convey the depth and fullness of the color.
Adding a pearly finish with a shine enhancer, you help your favorite hue to reveal its beauty at fullest. It opens its most precious notes one by one, like a delicate fragrance, and you enjoy the stunning 3D effect and fullness of color.
Super long waves are romantic and bohemian, but blunt bangs and a platinum-to-strawberry blond ombre keeps them trendy and cool. This is another example of how you can work both hair colors into a look without having to decide between the two. Being a redhead and a blonde is the best of both worlds!
This coloristic idea offers a rainbow effect with golden blonde at the roots melting into strawberry in the middle and again coming back to the golden shade at the ends – a rather unusual and very eye-catching solution.
Being darker and redder at the roots, this fabulous color melts into soft caramel hues towards the ends, but the transition is so seamless that you can hardly notice the change of the color at all. Subtle ombre highlights are the coolest, unquestionably.
As you see, strawberry and sun kisses blonde is a good match, colorists frequently use these days. You can vary the prevalence of one hue or another. Here they use more of the golden blonde shade for the top locks on the crown, while the tips are only randomly teased to play with a dimensional effect.
Although this hair color is not literally bright, it is clear and bold enough for a strawberry blonde. And, as you see, it looks great with blue eyes and porcelain skin. We can easily imagine it on a teen-ager or a woman in her 30.
This auburn hue is deeply-feminine and intriguing especially when you need to set off very fair warm-toned skin. It’s going to look fairly well not only in formal and vintage hairstyles, but also in modern messy updos and downdos.
This one is almost red, and it’s really more into red than a classic strawberry blonde. But at the same time this rich complex hue can be referred to the most intense shades of the later.
Going a tone or two lighter can be flattering for a very fair skin. You can leave strawberry shade only at the roots letting it fade into pale wheat blonde towards the tips.
This sophisticated coloristic solution opts for a creamy blonde with a light pinkish tint for the base and creative balayage highlights with pastel flamingo hue for the ends.
Well, being rather specific, strawberry blonde can also have its versions, varying the degree of its warmness, darkness and saturation. Consult a qualified stylist to find the best hue that really flatters your skin tone, and you won’t be disappointed with the result.