Enter bunny blonde, which blends highlights and balayage for dimension. “It’s about going back to the base and adding more highlights to give us a boost and less root drag—but still with a modern twist,” says Muldoon.

She likes to add a gloss and meticulously weave together lighter highlights at the roots before working in some balayage pieces to reflect the spring light. “I would always color melt the blonde to create a seamless finish,” says Muldoon. “However, the idea is to leave your blonde super bright and light.”

Th key to the look is visiting your colorist every 8 to 12 weeks, to keep your blonde vibrant, and investing in an arsenal of shine-imparting products, including Muldoon’s recommendations of Redken’s Acid Color Gloss Shampoo and the protein-packed Larry King Hair Care Liquid Hairbrush Conditioner for added moisture.

While bleach blonde will always have its place, bunny blonde will be trending this spring for those who prefer a more subdued vibe.

This post was originally published in Glamour UK.

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