Anyone who has been on a similar journey will know how long it can take, especially if you don't want to damage your hair in the process.
However, just as her debut film: He's All That (yes it's a remake of She's All That) launches on Netflix, it looks like Addison has finally achieved her blonde ambition.
Side note: Millennials, you have our permission to feel upset about a reboot of one of the greatest films of our time. Laney Boggs will forever live on in all our memories.
On her first day of press, makeup artist Mary Phillips shared a picture of Addison's glam and not only do her chunky blonde highlights look absolutely sensational, but this makeup look is giving us Jennifer Coolidge vibes in the best way possible.
We're putting it down to a combination of the overlined lip and nude gloss, but either way we are very into it.
Whilst Mary was behind the face, hairstylist Jenny Choi was the one responsible for Addison's stunning blowout.
Scrolling though Addison's Instagram, you can see how she made the gradual transition, starting with some subtle face-framing highlights back in November 2020.
Before going for a more all over caramel colour in March this year.
And now, with her '90s inspired chunky bleach highlights the evolution is complete.
Now, we're off to Google Freddie Prinze Jr.
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