BY KASSIDY MCDONALD
Summer is approaching and it’s the perfect time to go lighter and brighter with blonde clients. Whether you’re a colorist looking for some new inspiration or a client looking for a transformation, these five unique colors are guaranteed to make everyone want to go blonde this summer.
Selena Gomez: Creamy Bright Blonde
One celeb who has always been recognizable for her caramel brunette locks is singer and actress Selena Gomez. When she debuted her new shade on Rare Beauty’s Instagram, fans were shocked to see her new ’do. Her longtime hair team Nikki Lee and Riawna Capri spent eight hours transforming Gomez’s chocolatey brown locks into a cool, creamy blonde. The entire process required 200 foils.
Billie Eilish: Buttery Blonde
Billie Eilish has never been one to shy away from changing her haircolor. From black to blue to electric green, Eilish is a pro at transformation. But fans especially freaked out over Eilish’s new blonde look. Her transformation from jet black to this beautiful blonde couldn’t have been easy for stylist Lissa Renn, but the results are definitely worth it.
Miley Cyrus: Golden Blonde
Miley Cyrus’ golden blonde is a perfect way to add more dimension to haircolor. Cyrus usually sports an effortlessly chic rocker mullet cut by celebrity stylist Sally Hershberger, and she was recently seen with a new mullet ponytail. Try one of these cuts to accompany golden blonde for a little more edge this summer.
Hailey Bieber: Bronde
Blonde bombshell and supermodel Hailey Bieber never disappoints in the hair department. For those looking for a blonde transformation but not willing to go all the way, try Bieber’s signature blonde-brunette tone, perfected by colorist Amanda Lee. This shade is perfect for that low maintenance but stylish look.
Saweetie: Platinum Blonde
Following her breakup last month, Saweetie took to Instagram to debut her new platinum hair. The rapper is constantly switching up her look thanks to multicolored wigs, so it was no surprise to fans when she showcased these super-long, knee-length blonde box braids.