Like a "back from vacation" glow, the medium hue that is honey blonde isn't too platinum or dark, but the perfect sunbaked medium. It adds instant radiance to a range of skin tones, but see for yourself ahead with these 14 golden celebrity examples.
Dark honey highlights are a gorgeous complement to caramel skin tones, so bookmark this style for a summer salon treatment.
The ultimate beach wave bombshell with born-with-it sunkissed highlights.
Gleaming golden hues can also brighten up your face and help you avoid looking washed out if you have a paler complexion.
This coppery honey blend adds in hints of deep brown and red for an even warmer effect.
The darker honey color up top contrasts the creamy blonde highlights that start at her ears.
Heard's honey blonde spirals make her fair skin pop—if you're a natural blonde consider taking your hue up a couple shades near the roots for the same effect.
When the freeze-frame perfectly captures your satiny honey strands in motion. Hair flipping encouraged.
Our perpetual #hairgoals, Blake Lively wears brilliantly styled mermaid waves with balayage honey highlights.
If you have an olive skin tone like Lopez, try playing it up with deeper honey colors likes this blend of blonde and brown highlights, plus jewel tones like her aubergine makeup.
Note how *glowy* Kate Hudson looks here—she looks like she just got back from a sunny vacation thanks to these honey strands.
At the 2015 MTV Movie Awards, Gigi Hadid went for an all-over glow effect with bronzer aplenty to complement her natural honey hue.
Aniston's tanned skin looks much more natural with this cooler honey shade than a brighter, lighter blonde.
Natural brunettes, take note: here, Richards lightens things up with a blend of brighter golden blonde and darker honey blonde tones for an all-over sunshine effect.