You don't need your whole head bleached blond just to make a big statement. Even by just adding the blond color around your face, you get a dramatic change -- especially if your hair was a lot darker to start with -- and your locks look majorly lightened overall. Style your bleached-front hair right to show off your blond color in a bold, statement-making way, or put it back into an elegant updo, all depending on the desired finished look.
Leaving your hair loose shows off the bleached front section of your hair, as well as all the rest of it. Especially if you have an even slightly darker color in addition to the bleached front, it really stands out and lightens and brightens up your face. Blow-dry and flat-iron over your hair to get it smooth and sleek, or try adding curls through it with a large-barrel curling iron. Use a triple-barrel iron to create crimps down the bleached sections, leaving the rest straight for a unique two-texture look.
When you style your hair into a sleek, sophisticated updo, the bleached front simply adds that much more glam and interest to your look. Try adding pin curls before styling your hair up, or a sleek side chignon -- bun -- for your next fancy evening out. To put your bleached front sections of hair on full display, leave them out, framing your face, with the rest of your hair up.
You can put your hair into a number of different half-up styles. A swept-up style looks romantic and effortlessly chic, but still funky and slightly punk with the bleached chunky sections at the front. Or part your hair to one side and only pin up a small, single section of hair on the opposite side. Even a simple hair pouf styled on top of your head creates a fun, half-up style that's trendy and stylish.
If your goal is to make a statement, you can put your bleached-front hair to good use. For shorter strands, you can spike the center section of your hair up and slick the sides back for a faux-hawk effect. Or create some random spikes around your head for a really unique look. If you're willing, color the rest of your hair -- or add in extensions for a temporary change -- to a darker hue, such as dark brown or even black, to create major contrast.