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Celebrities with Champagne Blonde Hair Color

Updated on May 6, 2015
Celebrities with champagne blonde hair color
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If you are looking for a change in the everyday color of your hair, consider a champagne blonde dye. We will go over what the ideal skin undertones are for this hair color and discuss the color properties of this type of blonde.

We use the pictures of four celebrities with champagne blonde hair color serve as our beauty examples: Kelly Osbourne, Jenna Jameson, Erika Eleniak, and Pamela Anderson.


Ideal Skin Undertones

Skin undertones that work great with champagne blonde are blue and gray. Blue and gray are both ideal because they work in harmony with the cool attributes of the champagne hue.


Color Properties of Champagne Blonde

Champagne blonde gets its look from its own undertones, which vary from an ever-so-slight greenish hue to faded brown. You can usually see these colors in a picture on hair that surrounds the front of the face. The crown of the head often has too much light reflecting to show the true tones.


Kelly Osbourne (above right)

Kelly Osbourne has a slight grayish tone to her skin and a light greenish hue in her hair. This light champagne blonde hair color looks perfect on her as a result. This is one of the most complementary hair colors I have seen her wear.


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Jenna Jameson (above)

Jenna Jameson has blue undertones to her skin and a combination of slight green and faded brown hues bouncing off of her hair.

Women with her type of skin tone often make the mistake of going too blonde (such as platinum blonde). This champagne color is much more flattering.


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Erika Eleniak (above)

Erika Eleniak has the most obvious blue tones to her skin of any of the celebrities featured. Her hair is two-toned, with the lower half of her hair being champagne blonde, and the upper half being a slightly warmer blonde hue.


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Pamela Anderson (above)

Pamela Anderson has tanned, blue-toned skin. This is why she always looks so good as a blonde. The top half of her hair is pale champagne blonde and the lower half is a slight golden blonde. Women often have multiple shade of blonde weaved throughout their hair. This is because it makes the hair color look more realistic and it has less of a wig effect.


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