- Platinum-blond hair is a white-blond color with intentionally no dimension.
- Going platinum blond requires regular upkeep but looks super chic.
- The hair-dye process looks different depending if you have virgin or color-treated hair.
Dyeing your hair any color is a commitment, but there’s one shade in particular that takes the cake: platinum blond. Going platinum is arguably the hardest hair color to achieve. That said, it’s also an incredibly chic hair color and one that’s sure to make you stand out.
“It’s so beautiful, it’s almost a status symbol if you have platinum-blond hair,” Jenna Perry, celebrity hairstylist and owner of Jenna Perry Hair Studio, tells POPSUGAR. If you’re considering dyeing your hair platinum blond, there are a few things you should know before you embark on the process.
Here, two hairstylists are breaking down how to go platinum depending on your base hair color, how to maintain the hue at home, and tips for ensuring your hair stays as healthy as possible during the whole process. Keep reading to learn more.
What Is Platinum Blond?
First, let’s dive a little deeper into what exactly platinum blond is. There are a lot of different shades of blond hair out there. “Platinum blond is the most clear, violet blond you can get — there are no yellow undertones,” Perry says. Maggie Castellanos, a colorist at Marie Robinson Salon, adds: “It can be translucent, grayish, all-over brightness, or creamy blond with absolutely no dimension.”
When trying to picture this white-blond hue, think of Gig Hadid, Lady Gaga, Zoë Kravitz, Jennifer Lawrence, and Kim Kardashian.