Portrait of Young Woman with Unicorn (Lady with unicorn) (1506) by Raffaello Sanzio depicts a young woman with blonde hair.
Counted among my current obsessions, is the search for the natural Blonde (Female)/Blond (Male). My friend and colleague Elizabeth Axtman calls them "Unicorns", and with the rampant bleaching going on, finding a 'real' one does seem like a quest of fantasy. In either case, I must admit that something about those buttery tones are fascinating...
Platinum blond and towhead - Nearly white; Mostly found in children and albinos. Rare for adults to have them but not impossible, 5 out of 10 thousand platinums will contine to grow that color.
Sandy blond - Similar to the color of sand, or orangeish blond.
Ash blond - usually quite light, with some grey tones.
Dirty blond or dishwater blond - Dark blonde mixed with brunette.
Golden blond or honey blond - A golden color which is sometimes known as the mid. blond.
Bottle blond or bleach blond - artificially dyed blond hair, does not grow realisticly.
Strawberry blond - reddish blond
Pool blond - with green undertones, from habitual exposure to chlorinated pool water
Hazy blond or zebra blond - streaked blond and brunette
Brownish blond - darkest shade of blond with sometimes looking light brown and at other times dark blond
Sunny blond - Very bright, ranging from almost yellow to light yellow.