#1: Platinum Blonde to Purple Coloring
A purple ombre hair color is versatile and can be transformed. Blondes, keep your blonde bright by adding a shadow root to keep your regrowth more natural-looking. The purple ombré with the lavender blend creates depth within the hair.
Remember that vivid colors fade if you’re considering purple and blonde hair. Like a lot! You will see the purple and lavender hues go down the drain every time you wash your hair. So, for women that wash their hair every day or more than twice a week, that is something to keep in mind. With that, vivid colors can also take much time and patience to remove. So when deciding on a bright and fun color, know it will be a commitment to your hair. But usually well worth it!
#2: Grape Color Melt
If you want to try a fun and crazy color, try a grape color melt. Purple is a great fashion color to test out the waters if you’re looking into vibrant hues. Purple shades are easily achieved on all hair colors and are vibrant and shiny. Fashion colors come with maintenance, so be prepared to spend time and money on your new hairdo.
#3: Amethyst Purple Sombre
There’s a fun color element to this purple ombré hair color. The purple hair color combination blended very well. The coloring and processing part takes a great amount of time. After obtaining this ombre purple hair, stay away from swimming and avoid washing your hair for the next couple of days. Using dry shampoo in between the wash is best to extend the color. To help keep hair healthy, use a leave-in hair treatment every two weeks. Maintaining colored hair requires a lot of attention and dedication. However, the color is worth it!
#4: Lavender Ombré
Go for lavender ombre hair with a platinum blonde to silvery purple hair color melt that is too magical. A lightened base makes it easy to dip your locks into purple goodness as this lavender ombre ends. You may jazz up your regular style with this blonde and purple ombre!
#5: Light Purple Ombre
A little smoky lilac or light purple hair hue on medium-length waves is just plain adorable! These muted violet hues complement complexions with pinkish undertones.
#6: Lilac Ombre
Shiny metallic layers with edgy, muted lavender hues will add dimension and character to your night-out look.
#7: Pastel Purple Ombre
Here’s an idea to offer brunettes an opportunity to experiment with new and exciting hair colors: blonde and purple hair with dark roots. Perfect for any lazy day look, scrunch the tips of your enchanting pastel purple ombre to achieve this natural beach wave result.
#8: Dark Purple Ombré Hair
Layers and long side swept bangs flatter any medium-length hair; pair that with funky loose curls, and you will be ready for a night out. Many shades are available for purple hair color, and this dark purple ombre hair color uses darker tones.
#9: Ash Purple Hair Ombre
We are so in love with this smoky plum tone, and so should you! Having two different ombre shades of purple on effortless waves is an innovative way to wear this trend.
#10: Light Brown to Light Purple Ombre
Some lovely hints of violet on rich, envy-inducing brunette hair are flattering! Make your thick, long locks a canvas for this exquisite violet ombre style.
#11: Violet Ombre
Have your deep black strands glimmer everywhere you go when you end them with this brilliant violet ombré hair. Styling your mane straight can show how smooth and impressive the color transition is.
#12: Burgundy Ombre
Layers on a long mane with perfectly curated soft curls and sexy wine-colored tips will make sure you will dazzle everyone.
#13: Purple and Pink Ombre
The perfect balance of bold and delicate. These vibrant yet soft curls will make any magical creature envious of this sweet mermaid-esque blend.
#14: Plum Ombre
Are you channeling your inner mermaid? Complete the plum ombre look with a medium-length cut and perfectly styled loose curls.
#15: Silver to Purple Coloring
Match your waves with these super cool hues! Play with some blue-violet and ash goodness for a modern funky finish.
#16: Black to Purple Hair
This black-to-purple ombre hair color is fun and modern. Playing with funky colors on a dark base makes the rich color pop! If placement is on point, you can sport this look straight or curled, but I love when texture shows off the contrast.
If this style is something you would like to try, remember that fun colors can be high maintenance. Choose a color that will fade out nicely to avoid visiting the salon too frequently. But also, as the color fades, it can give you a great excuse to try a new different color!
#17: Dark Brown to Purple Ombré
This is a long layered cut with brown to purple ombré hair color. Style it using a one-inch curling iron so the waves in your hair show off that pop of purple on the ends. Remember that vivid hair colors like the purple on the ends are temporary. Do your ends purple so it’s easier to touch up with colored conditioners like Brand Overtone between color appointments.
#18: Blue and Purple Ombre
This is an aqua blue to magenta color melts. These colors together, while on the deeper side, are still very pigmented. You must be willing to upkeep the proper way so the color will last as long as possible, such as washing with cold water and using color-safe products. Like anything else we do for ourselves, hair comes with a commitment.
#19: Purple and Blue Ombre
The cut elevates the purple ombre with long, versatile, flattering layers to most face shapes and is versatile. Use a vegetable dye to achieve the color, which can fade quickly if not treated with good quality products at home. Look for products that not only protect color but also nourish your hair. Try KMS Moist Repair Shampoo and Conditioner coupled with Goldwell Dualsenses Color Extra Rich 60s Treatment.
#20: Metallic Purple
This is a “Dusty Purple Ombré.” The prettiest thing about this particular look is the vibrancy of the purple color. Purple ombre highlights are very flattering on various skin tones. Keep in mind the upkeep. You must keep washing at a minimum, use color-safe shampoo, turn down the temperature on your tools, and reschedule a color refresh with your stylist! Purple is the perfect color to try if you want to spice up your color so that it will fade out to a beautiful blonde if you let it go. Although, it will not last long if you do not follow the instructions above.
Also, remember it may take a few appointments before you achieve this purple ombre hair color. Expect to spend around 5 hours in the chair. Ask your colorist first to create the ombré, then apply the purple color. These purple ombre hair ideas will work on all hair types and textures, but it may take time, depending on what color you start as. The blonder, the better! It’s also the perfect way to spice up an old ombré or balayage highlights!
#21: Deep Purple Hair Ombre
This is a purple ombré done by balayage plank application as the first step. The second step is a color-melt using Guy Tang’s my identity, mixing custom colors through zone 2 and 3. Hair seems to come alive with these piercing, vivid hair color styles. It makes all the time for appointments in vivid coloring worth every minute!
For purple hairstyles, consider the total appointment costs. Take note that the longevity of a purple shade is minimal, lasting 2-3 weeks with little cold hair washing. Use a color shampoo and conditioner with color pigment and color-safe like Celeb Luxury Gem Lites Colorwash in various colors!
#22: Red and Purple Hair Color
This is an ombré with a copper-based red at the root to the mid-shaft that transitions to purple towards the middle to end of the hair shaft. It’s cured using a two-inch wand, wrapping each section around the wand one and a half times. The waterfall braid shows how fun and dimensional the color is.
The coolest part of this style is the translations of colors and the movement of the hair! It’s also good for women who want a fun color but want to lighten their hair sparingly. You’ll only need to lighten yours to a level 7 to achieve this bright purple. Be patient with the lightening process and listen to your stylist. Also, the purple used in this color is a direct dye and is not permanent, so if you shampoo your hair daily, it will fade fast. On the other hand, being as the color isn’t permanent; it opens a world of possibilities for other colors!
#23: Bright Purple Ombre
Stylist Saretta created this ombré color scheme out of long, lilac hair that’s lavishly braided.