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It Looks Like Bleach Is All The Rage This Autumn

If you’re a fake blonde, your colourist might start suggesting lowlights around the same time you start wearing sweaters to your touchups. Generally speaking, the seasonality of hair colour skews darker as the days begin to draw in. But this year, the trend in hair colour is to simply disregard the calendar and do whatever you want.

According to celebrity hairdresser Christine Symonds, the pandemic has rendered the entire concept of seasonal hair colour null and void. “People don’t really care about the time of year,” Symonds says. “Before last season, you might think to save a bright blonde for summer. Now, many people want to do the opposite, like darker, more natural colour for summer — and punch it up platinum for fall.”

Ahead, a guide to some of our current favourite fresh-for-fall blondes. Scroll though for your inspiration to go blonder the same week you trade your slides for clogs.

Kristen Stewart

Part platinum, part red, Kristen Stewart’s new bleached-strawberry shade — which the actress debuted while dripping in Chanel at this season’s Venice Film Festival — was an artistic collaboration between colourist Daniel Moon and hairstylist Adir Abergel.

Billie Eilish

Ever since Billie Eilish went blonde and chopped her hair into a shaggy bob, we’ve been considering bleach and a heavily layered haircut.

FKA Twigs

While FKA Twigs frequently alternates between red and blonde hair colour, she’s styling the latter for fall with a rooted, two-toned vibe.

Amandla Stenberg

If you have an upcoming appointment with your braider, bring Amandla Stenberg and her blonde knotless braids as your inspo.

Iris Law

Shortly after shaving her hair short, model Iris Law dyed her “life-changing” buzzcut an icy blonde.

Kesh

Artist Kesh often styles her bright blonde hair in braids, but more recently she’s been wearing it natural and curly.

Kate Mara

Mara’s platinum blonde almost reads as white, acting as a bleached canvas that makes her eyes, brows, and cheekbones pop.


Credit: Original article published here.

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