We're taking you across the vast blonde spectrum from the lightest high-wattage hues to the darkest, coolest shades. Get your bookmarking finger ready so you know exactly what to ask for at your next hair appointment.
One of the coolest new hues out there is Cara Delevingne's take on white blonde: a platinum white and silver that illuminates her face.
Ellie Goulding gives blonde a heavy metal twist with this sterling shade.
All the rage in salons these days are mother-of-pearl, iridescent colors that catch the light (this one has hints of grey, platinum blonde, light blue, and purple in the mix).
This champagne shade of blonde is cause for celebration: a subdued creamy blonde that's infused with platinum and golden accents.
This gorgeous shade of cream soda blonde is a gentle mixture of light brown and golden blonde tones that's easy for blondes and natural brunettes to attain.
A white-out might seem daunting, but Rita Ora's coif is proof that all you need is a red lip.
Poppy Delevingne rocks one of the most on-demand colors of the year, a creamy mix of golden blonde and white tones.
The epitome of Old Hollywood glam, Gwen Stefani's signature shade is her secret to that luminous glow.
The naturally dark-tressed star has gone bright white platinum before, but here she's rocked an in-between, buttery hue.
Carey Mulligan's flaxen lowlight streaks ground her bright cropped 'do.
Charlize Theron's muted take on golden blonde gleams against her porcelain skin.
According to Kate Hudson, the brightest shade of gold never has to be brassy.
There's nothing wrong with skipping a color appointment.
Sunny highlights illuminate Reese Witherspoon's sandy base shade.
The platinum micro-highlights framing Rosie Huntington-Whiteley's face give her a fresh, youthful look.
This dirty blend of light brown and blonde complements Gigi Hadid's rosy, summer glow.
Scarlett Johansson has never looked fiercer thanks to the bevy of high-wattage highlights in her latest 'do.
Blake Lively's sun-kissed highlights are just dark enough to trick you into thinking they're real.
Neutral colors create a blend between warm and cool shades, and the muted hue was a popular choice this year. This nude blonde color mimics Seyfried's natural tones, as if she hadn't dyed her hair at all.
Ashley Olsen's colorist deserves a medal! Her chunky, painterly highlights are striking, yet natural looking.
Jennifer Lawrence's cool chunks of blonde stand out even more against her darker roots.
January Jones upgrades her dirty blonde mane with slashes of golden highlights.
We always forget Emma Stone is a natural blonde! She might have even been born with this soft, reddish hue.
Color chameleon Katy Perry goes for a subtler shade of rose gold that's a combination of pastel pink and blonde. The more platinum the base is, the more iridescent the resulting hue will be.
Sienna Miller walks a chic line between blonde, pink, and orange without it feeling too in-your-face.
Blonde has always been Rachel McAdam's go-to color, but our favorite iteration has this warm ginger tint.
We always love when Jennifer Aniston stays true to her brown roots, but especially when they're lifted with golden highlights.
Blake Lively takes a darker turn with this tanned spin on classic golden blonde.
Natalie Portman's chocolate-y take on blonde is a great middle ground for brunettes lightening up their color.
Taylor Swift's monochrome beige shade is a welcome alternative to the super bottled blonde of her earlier years.