When it comes to peek-a-boo highlights, the main attraction is that you can add a splash of color to your hair without bleaching it first. Therefore, you can get a fantastically fun upgrade to your look without worrying that it might compromise the integrity of your locks, scalp, or split ends. With this idea, we have put together a list of 50 colorful Peekaboo highlights that can help you decide what you want. The list is divided into color batches, for your convenience.
1. Rose Gold Peekaboo highlights
Let’s start with rose gold, the color that has dominated the world of make-up and styling in recent seasons. The great thing about this shade is that it suits every skin tone and eye color. Here it is with dark brunette hair.
2. Champagne Blonde and Rose Gold
Adding rose gold peekaboo highlights to a blonde hair is like adding peanut butter to a jelly sandwich. The most important thing is to find the right blonde shade. For example, this is a very subtle shade of champagne blonde.
3. Yellow gold and rose gold
You know what they say. You can never have too much gold. It never loses its value or its beauty. Speaking of blonde shades, which are suitable for peekaboo highlights made of rose gold, why not a yellow golden blonde?
4. Peach and Rose Gold
Another way to go is by highlighting the rose in the rose gold Peepaboo highlights instead of the gold. Therefore, you can color your hair in a soft and sweet peach pink color that may match the rose.
5. Dusty Rose and Rose Gold
If you want to show off these pink peekaboo highlights, you need a darker base. We recommend you to go for dusty rose. It’s darker than the highlights, but not dark enough to turn into a red hair color.
6. Winter gray and rose gold
Here are two colors that may not seem complementary if you think about it first – Gray and Rose. But if you tell your stylist exactly what you want, you can create a masterpiece of color.
January 7 Jones
Even celebrities have taken on peekaboo highlights. Here is January Jones, who shows a refreshing hue of light tangerine hair with pink gold peekaboos. The shadow brings out her big, blue eyes and fair skin.
8. Baby Pink and Rose Gold
Another fantastic color balance is that between peakaboo highlights of Baby Pink and Rose Gold. This works especially well if you have a pale complexion and bright eyes, either blue, green or hazel.
9. Strawberry blond and rose gold
Strawberry blond laced with rose gold? Where do we register? This can easily be a mix to wear all summer long, plus one that will beautify you with many hair accessories when you go to your favorite music festivals.
10. Gold Blonde and Rose Gold
Two blondes mixed in one. The result is a fiery nuance of copper, which is currently in fashion. You know very well that Matt is and everything is glittering, coppery and metallic. Therefore, jump on this trend as fast as possible!
11. Purple peekaboo highlights
Let’s go on to the purple peekaboos. We have a choice of ten shades of purple on a different color basis that will surely satisfy even the most demanding fashionist. This is the classic purple on brown.
12. Gray and purple peekaboo highlights
Start with a stony gray that serves as a canvas on which the peekaboos show this beautiful purple color. Make sure your roots are darker in color than the rest of your hair to get a very natural feel.
13. Peekaboo Purple highlights
Purple highlights look best on blonde hair. The contrast between the two colors will work in your favor, especially since both are so beautiful. You can decide to get an outer layer of peekaboo or a more subtle one.
14. Dark brown and purple
Here is a more natural version. You can construct this look with the organic color of your hair, which means that no extra color is involved. The natural hair of most people is dark brown. If you want a little change without harm, try some purple peekaboos.
15. White Blonde and Orchid Peekaboo
Does not this color mix sound like a dream? Here is a pointer. If you use orchids in your wedding party, including decorations and your bouquet of flowers, you can rock this hairstyle on your big day. How cool would that be?
16. Dark Hair Purple Peekaboo Highlights
Are you trying to spice up your Victorian gothic glam look? We have just the right thing. These purple peekaboos add a touch of femininity to your look, soften your style and make you look like a queen that you are.
17. Blond and Eggplant Purple
Another fantastic shade of purple you can try is eggplant. It is rich and dense, full of shadowy light and splendor that only has the actual vegetables it was named after. Not to mention that it looks fantastic on blond hair.
18th Magenta Peekaboo Highlights
There are two things we love about this look. First of all, the peekaboo highlights are magenta, a shade of purple that may be a bit volatile, but glorious once you’ve done it. Second, the peekaboos focus on the pony and the face.
19. Lightweight Mulberry Peekaboo Highlights
You can get them for a traditional look yourself or you can combine them with blue and turquoise for a mermaid look. Depending on the colors you add to your hair, you can also choose a peacock or a rainbow look.
20. Purple peekaboo highlights
Lilac on shiny, dark brunette is the true stuff of dreams. The combination actually looks like silk or gauzy thread spun together to create this wonderful pattern. Take a little lavender, for a good measure.
21. Red peekaboo highlights
We have reached the red peek-to-bucks part of our comprehensive list. Let’s start with the most traditional of all possible combinations. This is a dark, brunette hair with a few red peekaboos that stick out here and there to spice it up.
22. Chocolate brown and red peekaboos
Here’s a muted yet interesting way to approach the red peek-a-boo highlights if you do not like to go over the top or have a stricter dress code at work. You can try a dark chocolate brown as a base and some red peekaboos.
23. Maroon and red peekaboos
This is the perfect hairstyle for fall, if we have ever seen one. The base is a maroon, which is peppered with some molasses dark blonde. The icing on the cake, however, comes from the beautiful red peekaboo highlights that brighten up everything.
24. Iceberg Blonde and red peekaboo
If you are adventurous, you can even combine iceberg blond with deep red. The colors are opposites in the spectrum, which means that they emphasize each other and stand out even more.
25th Burgundy Peekaboo Highlights
A version of red that absolutely everyone is crazy Burgundy . Is there a better shade than this? We recommend combining it with a shiny and dark brown wood where it can really shine.
26. Light Red Peekaboo highlights
No, bright red is not exactly pink, as you may think. When it comes to hair dyes, Hellrot means a slightly washed-out version of red or even Marsala. You can use it when paired with icy blondes for less contrast.
27. Scarlet Peekaboo highlights
Few colors can beat scarlet red as far as shades of red. It’s a kind of red that actually manages to look cold instead of bright and hot as it should. Therefore, you can add a layer of scarlet peekaboo in your brunette hair.
28th Parallel Peekaboo Highlights
Do you remember the early 2000s when everyone wore that kind of glamor in their hair? You can revive this trend, if you like, with red peekaboos on your brunette hair. It will create a beautiful contrast that you can be proud of.
29th Strawberry Peekaboo Highlights
Another combination that you can try in the red spectrum is strawberry on blonde. We recommend that you choose the version with highlights around your face, especially if you have green or blue eyes so that you can highlight their color.
30th Cherry Cola Peekaboo Highlights
Do not you love it when hair dyes lend themselves to the favorite things that surround us? These are Cherry Cola Peekaboos that look fantastic on fair hair. They have a deep and rich color that looks almost scarlet.
31. Copper peekaboo highlights
While the styling world slowly but surely leaves everything behind, it makes room for the new international trends. They contain everything that glitters, glitter as far as the eye can see and two new colors – copper and brass. The next part of our article revolves around Copper Peekaboo Highlights.
32. 100 shades of copper
Start with your natural dark brown hair color as a base. Add a layer of white honey blondes and work as many shades of copper as you can get your hands on. So celebrate the fall with a great hairstyle.
33. Hot chocolate and copper peekaboo
Speaking of colors that you can wear in the fall, here is a combination that will surely attract you everywhere. This is hot chocolate brown at the roots with cinnamon in the middle and copper peekaboo highlights to the ends.
34. Honey Blonde and copper highlights
Is there anything more attractive than the sweetness of Honigblond, which is spiced up with some coppery highlights? You can combine this hairstyle with a gray or even green smoky eye make-up that will make you look like a diva in no time.
35. Pumpkin Copper Highlights
Pumpkin Blonde is definitely the shade we should all turn to in the fall or Halloween time. The color is so rich and luxurious that you simply want to guide your fingers through the color non-stop. Add a little light with some delicate coppery highlights.
36. Muscat copper highlights
If pumpkin is not your spice of choice, how about nutmeg? This creamy and delicious color is everything you need to see you through to winter. The copper portion is on top, creating the optical illusion of a richer and fuller mane.
37. Smokey Blonde and Copper Highlights
Smokey Blonde is definitely not one of the easier shadows to wear. It is very cold and dull, but incredibly beautiful to look at. Therefore, it deserves the extra mile you need to actually carry it. Add some lighted copper peekaboo highlights to sweeten the deal.
38. cream and copper highlights
You can get that special color by mixing several colors. Start with a complete bleaching of your hair, add a bit of Arctic Blonde, some beige blonde for good measure, and of course, the show’s stars, copper highlights for that metallic sheen. Or ask your stylist to do this.
39th Autumn Blonde and Peekaboo Highlights
Autumn blonde is a hybrid between a darker blonde and a rich and light brown color. Together, they create a perfect representation of autumn leaves, which you can use as inspiration for your hair color. With a copper strip of course.
40. The Kerry Washington
Another celebrity who found Peekaboo’s highlights irresistible was actress Kerry Washington. Here she is with a beautiful set of dark copper peekaboos on her lush, dark, brunette curls at a red carpet event. Nice and inspiring!
41. Turquoise Peekaboo Highlights
It’s time to turn into crazy colors while glancing at turquoise peekaboos. One of the most beautiful colors in the spectrum, turquoise, speaks of Arab nights, beautiful mermaids, the lure of the ocean, the darkest depths of the sea and the bohemian in all of us.
42. Brown and turquoise Peekaboo highlights
This is a surprisingly easy way to turn a traditional hairstyle into a bizarre one. Add a few turquoise peekaboos to your natural brown hair and you’re ready to go to Coachella. Thanks to today’s advances in colorful hair color and even wax, you can do it for just a day or two.
43. Waterfall Peekaboo Highlights
This coloring effect is called Waterfall of the Mermaid and it is not difficult to see why. The gradient in the shading is perfect and looks like a waterfall that changes the colors in the sunlight. It starts with tiny blue and ends with greenish petrol.
44. Black hair and turquoise peekaboo
The combination of turquoise and lilac is timeless and, we believe, one of the most beautiful. Both colors are cold and icy, but rich and deep at the same time. They are potent and energetic, giving your hair the extra boost it needs.
45th Peacock Peekaboo Highlights
The colors you need to copy the peacock’s majestic natural art are blue, turquoise, and various shades of green tied with white and black as non-colors. You also get ten extra points if you can say peacock peekaboo ten times fast without being wrong.
46. The One Streak Peekaboo
Sometimes less is really more. If you have deep brunette hair, a simple strand of acutely turquoise hair will be enough to highlight both colors. You know what they say. There is no need to gild the lily.
47. Turquoise fringe
This hairstyle is perfect if you ever wanted turquoise hair but were not brave enough. Just dive the tips or make your pony in that color to see how it looks against your face. The effect is really the same.
48. Highlights of copper and turquoise
Copper and turquoise and two very strong colors that could collide if you do not do this paint job correctly. Therefore, we recommend that you leave this product to the professionals. Tell your stylist what you want instead of dealing with hair dye brands at home.
49. Iceberg Blonde and Turquoise Peekaboo Highlights
In this combination, the colors are so strong that they completely overwhelm the blonde. Therefore, the icy lightness only becomes the canvas on which you can play with the other shades of your choice.
50. Orchids and turquoise highlights
Orchid is one of the most beautiful shades of purple out there. If you are mixed with turquoise, you have the chance to make it even more stand out. We recommend a natural brown, a mahogany or even a brunette as the basis for this mix.
Peek-a-boo highlights are the best way to express your personality through color, either individually or through blending and matching. As you’ve seen in our article, the latest trends dictate that you need to have absolutely some copper in your hair, not to mention purple and iceberg blonde as the only acceptable blonde in the season. What about you? Which of these ideas was your favorite? Let us know in the comment section!