No, you do not need any blind vias.
Not unless you have some very dense tracking, and if you're just starting in PCB design you do not want to be doing that.
The vast majority of PCBs use vias all the way through. If you don't need a ground or VCC on both sides of the board, then just ignore the unwanted one, it doesn't take up much space.
FWIW, you probably don't need a VCC plane either. You lose a whole layer that you could otherwise use for tracking signals. Just route the VCC as a signal,
in wider tracks suitable for the current of course.
With 3 layers for tracking signal and supply, that makes it easier to do what's really important, which is to leave your ground plane whole. Don't be tempted to squeeze a last track through on the ground plane layer. Not if you're just starting PCB design. When you have more experience, you'll know under what limited circumstances you can break this rule. When you have even more experience, you'll set things up so you don't need to.