Silver highlights are glamorous, fashionable and a must-have for a funky, cool and trendier you! Up to now it has been kept as one of Mother Nature’s top secrets but you can showcase its powerful effects, what have you got to lose?
Silver and Grey Highlights
When you sport a striking color, you tell the world that ’you’ are the designer of your world and why not? Men have got away with grey for years and relish in the term ‘distinguished’. Now ladies, it is your turn to create the hottest fashion statement. Ask your hairdresser to jazz up your hair with some gray highlights and show off your beautiful crowning glory. Celebrities, models and teenagers are sporting the silver look, so whether you are 16 or 90 take a look at just how transforming and liberating some silver streaks can be.
#1: Ash Brown Balayage
If you are struggling with graying brown hair, try a partial balayage with chunky highlights near the face where grays are most noticeable.
#2: Cool Toned Brunette Hair with Ash Balayage
If you want to bring a cool note to your natural brown hair color, dark roots and lengths combined with beautiful ash ends is something you should try. This is a pretty soft look for a girl with a romantic heart.
#3: Light Brown and Silver Balayage Hair
Silver highlights on brown hair create a fantastic look! A warm light brown color contrasted by silver-blonde shades looks fresh and fashionable. Treat yourself to a blowout and show off that beauty!
#4: Silver and Brown Waves
A solid grey silver hair color is a bold choice not everyone is ready to make. Meanwhile, grey brown hair is a pretty and easy thing on its own, and it only improves when you divide the two shades as the main color and highlights. When your tresses are in need of a refresh, you can add thin white highlights for brightness.
#5: Long Dark Waves with Silver Highlights
Gray-brown hair has never looked better! Cut your long hair in a V shape and use a conical iron to make some easy waves. This way, your silver highlights will properly stand out. You’ll get a lot of dimension for your locks, and your strands will look beautifully textured.
#6: Brown to Grey Babylights
Grey highlights are absolutely fabulous on dark brown hair. With black hair the contrast is stark, but with brown layers like these, you can achieve a very soft, blurred look.
#7: Silver and Grey Highlights on Black Hair
Black and white may be as different as night and day, but that doesn’t mean you should keep them apart when it comes to your hair color. Far from it. Her dye job makes the contrasting shades work because of the addition of silver and medium grey.
#8: Thick Textured Dark Brown and Silver Bob
The angled lines of this choppy bob look best on thick and wavy hair. Full and hearty silver highlights painted over your natural chocolate brown base color help to accentuate the rich texture and natural curves of the hairstyle. The peek-a-boo bangs are meant to graze the collarbone elegantly.
#9: Gorgeous Black-to-Silver Ombre
Here’s an eye-catching way to showcase a fabulous ombre fade from black to gun-metal gray to silver-white. The luxurious and perfectly symmetrical waves flow all the way down in a gorgeous, shiny cascade. It’s a genuinely striking hairstyle that will have you turning heads wherever you go.
#10: Soft Blonde Balayage for Ash Brown Hair
This combination of colors is undoubtedly one of the best bronde hair solutions. If your strands are fine, create some easy curls at the ends to give your hair volume. Layering your locks also works real miracles for your look.
#11: Metallic Brown to Gray Colormelt
The flawless blending of light brown and gray provides a current look for your favorite basic cut. A sophisticated and mature hairstyle with a modern twist that looks best with a slightly off-center part line.
#12: Ash Bronde Balayage with Golden Babylights
Gray highlights are gorgeous when contrasted by a warm shade. You can also try a gray base with a pinch of warm color in babylights. Create a balayage that will turn heads everywhere you go! Add lots of dimension by styling some quick, easy waves.
#13: Choppy Brown Bob with Ash Blonde Highlights
Vaguely tomboyish and edgy, the ragged brown bob is anything but ordinary. The slightly shorter back pieces are cut at an angle, and as they increase in length towards the front, the magic of silvery and ash-blonde streaky highlights unveils, and we can’t pass it without doing a double take.
#14: Brownish Grey Enchantment
Want to have a bit more pizzazz to your natural hair color? Forget the golden streaks and try some grey pieces instead. You do not need to have a lot, and they do not need to be thick. A minimal amount does make a difference. If you want more, you can always go back to your stylist
#15: Grey Silver Balayage
Balayage has so many benefits, it’s no wonder women everywhere are participating in the trend. Grey dye fades relatively quickly; if you don’t want to commit to root upkeep, a balayage with silver highlights focused towards the ends is the way to go.
#16: White and Ash Blonde Highlights for Chocolate Hair
Hair that looks as creamy as an ice-cream cone? The scrumptious loose waves of this milk-chocolate hairstyle are generously highlighted with streaks that vary in brightness and flow down into loopy curls sprinkled all over your shoulders. A side part showcases each long tendril, making them look yummy enough to eat!
#17: Perfect Brown to Gray Fade
Going gray is no longer a sad thing. Now you can go gray on purpose and embrace a gorgeous balayage. Sounds appealing, doesn’t it? Check this beautiful gray bronde color – it’s impossible not to love!
#18: Silver Brown Balayage with White Ends
Get a layered haircut with long bangs and choppy ends. If you like brown hair with gray highlights, you can also choose to make your ends white; it will create a marvelous effect.
#19: Long Layered Brunette Hair with Silver Ends
Silver hair doesn’t get much sexier than when it’s painted on long and layered brunette locks. Charcoal gray at the roots blends into layered white-silver lengths that have been loosely curled to support the idea of contrasts expressed through colors and textures.
#20: Traditional Highlights
Tradition exists for a reason — it’s a safe bet to achieve what you’re looking for when in doubt. Spice up customary highlights on dark hair and get bonus style points for getting an extraordinary color!
#21: Bob with Grey Highlights
Does your wardrobe consist of mostly black clothes? Do you have nightmares about color? Minimalistic ladies, meet your new hairstyle. Sparse grey highlights are a great touch for your nonchalant uniform.
#22: Chocolate and Metallic Blonde Blend
Some wide highlights are a good option if you want to make your curls stand out. Complement your chocolate color with a metallic blonde shade for highlights.
#23: Brunette Hair with Silver Blonde Highlights
If you have dark hair and you want to spice it up, embrace some thin highlights that will perfectly go with your dark base color.
#24: Brown Hair with Blonde and White Highlights
Gray highlights on dark hair go so well with some easy waves. You can use a conical iron or a flat iron to create them. For a more spectacular effect, get a layered haircut.
#25: Dark Brown Bob with Subtle Metallic Highlights
Ultra-modern and effortless-looking, this angular dark brown bob is a fabulous way to make a creative statement, especially when it is highlighted with very subtle metallic streaks. Gentle waves curve around the face and drop down to graze the collarbone and barely touch the nape of the neck.
#26: Ash Blonde and Gray Balayage for Brunettes
The chic angled cut of a straight lob is a spectacular way to frame a beautiful face. The carefree zigzag part-line leads to the backcombed crown section that adds height and elevates the overall look.
#27: Blonde Grey Lob
A mixture of ashy and bright platinum balayage highlights makes for a stylish look! Strategically place the lighter color around your face and blend it into the tips of your hair for a cohesive coiffure.
#28: Silver Bob with Root Fade
Blonde hair with silver highlights is extra chic. A complex color job that goes from brown at the roots to grey, almost white, at tips suits any hair length and texture.
#29: Spicy Bronde and Gray Mixture
“Sizzling and spicy hot” are the words that come to mind when describing these cute balayage highlights for gray hair. The awesome color is a mixture of all trendy shades – white blonde, gray, and bronde. The waves give it a distinct “hippie” feel!
#30: Ash Brown and Subtle Gray Highlights for Brunettes
The piece-y layers of the brunette lob are brought out in grand splendor by the ash brown and chalky gray highlights that seem to be playing in the waves. The choppy ends add body and fullness to hair that might otherwise be flat, taking the hairstyle to the next level of luxuriousness.
#31: Muted Gray and Blue Highlights for Black Hair
Shake out and tousle your jet-black hair with silver highlights so it shimmers with every move. Hang on a sec, are there a few muted grayish-blue streaks, too? Long and wavy with choppy layered locks that reach the waist; it’s a sensational hair color that you can call all your own.
#32: Multi-Toned Sleek Bob
The micro ribbons of color blend shades of silver, cayenne pepper, cocoa and grey onto naturally black hair to transform this blunt bob. Lowlights captivate a unique blend of hues which marry the shades from the fall with cool wintery crispness. The overall effect is a soft voluminous style with a free-flowing finish for admiring glances wherever you go!
#33: Black and Grey Straight Lob
If you prefer to stick with a classic haircut, you can be more experimental with your color. Try enhancing your ‘do with a unique dye job such as this grey balayage. The mix of light and dark grays adds a new dimension to the cut. The blend and distribution of the colors also make it clear that you haven’t gone white prematurely.
#34: Brunette Hair with Subtle Ashy Highlights
Ashy and silver hair highlights look marvelous on a brown base. They bring in that much-desired sparkle dark hair begs for. Make them more prominent at the midshaft and soft at the bottom.
#35: Shiny Silver Balayage Hair
If you are a blonde, silver color is easy to obtain. White highlights can make your look so impressive and glamorous. As a tip, if you want your color to last for a more extended period, use a purple shampoo for blondes.
#36: Angled Silver Lob
Why be subtle when you can go full silver? A grey silver lob makes a statement and is a braver option for risk takers and fashion killers. For more dimension, add highlights that are pure white.
#37: Chocolate Hair with Pearl Gray Highlights
Silver highlights will certainly make your chocolate hair look glamorous and elegant. If you have long hair, choose a V-shaped haircut with layers. Add some gray highlights to the ends and use a conical iron for soft, flowy waves.
#38: Ash Bronde Balayage for Medium Straight Hair
A darker base color makes your silver blonde highlights stand out gorgeously. You can choose to wear your hair long, but it also goes pretty well with a longer bob haircut.
#39: Dimensional Streaks
Thick streaks that are several levels above your base color give a bold contrast. Multi-tones like these offer a 3D effect and will bring a fuller appearance to thin hair that lacks volume.
#40: Brown Hair with Smokey Gray Highlights
Gray and brown are a classy combo, and you can try some soft gray highlights for a sophisticated hair color solution. Blending gray hair with dark brown hair has never looked better! Add more volume to your hair by styling some loose waves with a curling iron.
#41: Metallic Silver Blonde Balayage for Brunette Lob
This is another great solution for graying brunette hair. Brown hair with silver highlights looks so good when you choose to make a messy look by tousling your hair a little bit.
#42: Subtly Highlighted Brunette Lob
Sometimes it’s best to work with what you’ve got. Ash brown and subtle silver shades are a phenomenal option for natural brunettes who are seeking highlights for greying brown hair. A full and lush lob with a side part is a youthful hairstyle that will keep you looking modern and trendy.
#43: Brown Bob with Gray and White Balayage
A “scrunchable” coffee-brown bob that is shorter in the back and becomes gradually longer towards the front is a creative choice if you are searching for an easy tousled hairstyle. The balayage color takes some chances with light gray and white tones that seem to land perfectly on each angled wave.
#44: Light Brown Bob with Silver Highlights
The silver-blonde balayage looks awesome on dark brown hair! Yes, the struggle is big when choosing such a light color, but the final effect is certainly mesmerizing. Add some medium bangs and choppy layers for the rest of the hair.
#45: Creamy Blonde Balayage with Silver Highlights
The silver highlights that adorn this shoulder-length balayage hairstyle give its creamy blonde waves depth and character. The ash brown base color and bouncy loose curls also contribute to the carefree and sporty feel of the downdo. Try it with or without bangs!
#46: Grey Highlights for Light Brown Hair
Upgrade your two-tone brown hair with gray streaks. The mix of golden and silver ribbons is sophisticated and fresh. You get a beautiful style and you don’t have to worry about root growth.
#47: Long Wavy Silver Balayage Hair
Truly a one-of-a-kind color, there’s no better way to showcase your almost waist-length silver locks than a long and wavy balayage hairstyle. The muted gray, bright silver, and white make a bold statement to the world that you are fully committed to being a platinum princess.
#48: Subtle Brown to Gray Fade
What do you get when you take bra-strap length brown locks and fade them from honey-bronde to white-blonde and gray? A unique current hairstyle that draws attention to your shoulders and your eyes. A side-part with long feathered bangs that gently curve covering the cheekbone is a flattering choice for most face shapes.
#49: Metallic Brown Gray Highlights
It’s not often that you see brown hair with gray highlights that make it so shiny metallic, but then again, it’s not often that you find a woman courageous enough to commit to the bright silvery color. The shoulder-length lob is a great hairstyle that can really enhance finer hair. A side part and bold balayage coloring certainly add it depth and volume.
#50: Smokey Grey with Silver Tips
A grey balayage with more pronounced silver tips is a beautiful way to upgrade your long hair. Both darker and lighter roots will look great when your natural color shows up. Pro tip — flatter hair that lacks luster will benefit from a multi-toned style like this one.
#51: Sophisticated Ash Brown and Gray Balayage
The slight height in the crown and the off-center part lend an air of sophistication to a hairstyle that really knows how to accentuate a long and swoopy wave. The gray highlights in brown hair seem to reflect and enhance the muted tones of the ash chocolate base color, giving it depth and body.
#52: Dark Brown Hair with Ash Blonde Highlights
The timeless appeal of long and sultry dark-brown waves and a sharp side-part never goes out of style. Match it with frosty-blonde streaks that run from the top of your head all the way down to the below-the-shoulder-lengths and softly melt there.
#53: Bronde Bob with Light Gray Babylights
Every curve of these plump and perky waves has its own exciting story! The rich bronde base color is revamped with honey blonde and white highlights that accentuate the abundance of your curly goodness. Light gray “babylights” and a center-part really bring out your best features and keep you looking fresh and youthful.
#54: Dark Hair with Subtle Cool-Toned Highlights
Much like the hair of the Old Hollywood starlets, the long mid-back tresses flow in soft glossy waves, so feminine and touchable. The cool-toned gray shades provide a uniform and stylized appearance.
#55: Subtly Highlighted Chocolate Brown Hair
If you are looking for just a hint of gray highlights in brown hair, then you might want to consider this casual, tousled shoulder-length bob. It’s one of the best looks for straight hair because the choppy chocolate and gray locks provide a sense of waviness and texture. You may enhance it adding a slight bent with a straightener.
#56: Medium Shag with Higlights
Silver highlights can be a part of a sophisticated mix of colors where warm and cool hues mingle to create a mane of a sultry sex-kitten. The ruffled layers dance sweetly below the shoulders and nestle into a purr-fect blend of modesty and radiance.
#57: Violet Grey Hairstyle
Brown hair with silver highlights that have a violet tint suits brunettes and Asian women in particular. Start highlights subtly a few inches away from the roots of your hair for minimal maintenance plus an effortless effect.
#58: Brown Hair with Silver Babylights
Babylights, a cousin of highlights and balayage, are thin hand painted streaks of color. This technique on brown hair achieves natural looking dimension appealing for those who dye their hair for the first time or those who don’t want to fuss with color maintenance.
#59: Platinum Blonde Lowlights
These streaks of silver and ash blond start right at the roots which is not typical for most of modern dye jobs with darkened roots. The colors still perfectly blend together down the length of the hair finishing off with soft ash blonde ends.
#60: White Highlights for Brown Blonde Hair
Take your bronde hair all the way to sun-kissed blonde with a one-length choppy bob that rests exquisitely on your shoulders. Brondes paired with the whitest of white blonde are what make your wavy lob stand out. Beachy and fun, anytime of the year!
So there you have it… Whether you opt for subtle grey highlights or a surge of silver, aesthetically you will create a fashion statement that makes you stand out from the crowd. Silver highlights tell the world that you are sassy, slightly wild, flamboyant and great to be around. We will all go grey eventually, so why not embrace this color now and guess what? You will never see yourself grow old!