A hair masterpiece for a Soft Summer. Hair goes from one big yellow highlight to a perfectly balanced tone-on-tone taupe. She'd still be called a blonde, with a whole different face. She will look younger, slimmer, and more refined. She could raise her fees, get listened to better, and look classier. Not at all saying blondes can't look elegant and intelligent, of course they can and do. Just tends to be a hard thing to fake.
Absolutely beautiful silvery brown hair colour for True Summer. So very hard to get from a bottle, and quite difficult to keep from turning orange. Far too often, someone gets the bright idea to add highlights. And the woman spends the next 30 years trying to get this back, or adding levels of complicated choices trying to fix what the highlights did to her appearance.
Very light hair in this great style can work to create a certain look, but it still doesn't read as real hair. Adults almost never have this colour hair. Recreating the flaxen hair of childhood doesn't usually work because our skin is not a child's skin, backfiring into making adult skin look even older. Helps here that brows, eyes, and lips are darker so she has contrast, great on 18 year old models, harder on the rest of us.