As lockdown eases and hair salons start to open again, our boredom with having two inch-long roots and greys everywhere has reached its peak. Clearly, the hair malaise has hit the A-list as well, with everyone from Kaia Gerber to Millie Bobby Brown switching up their signature look just in time to get down to the pub on the 4th July.
The latest celeb to undergo a complete hair transformation? Emily Ratajkowski.
Having worked her signature beachy undone brunette waves for years now, the model and entrepreneur pulled a hair dye 180, becoming a fully fledged blonde almost overnight. The result? Totally amazing, of course.
Taking to Instagram, Ratajkowski showed off her new grungy, bleached blonde hair with a video proving that this is not a temporary wig situation people.
The 29-year-old was clearly feeling herself and her new golden blonde look, captioning the Instagram video, 'BLONDE' before going on to thank hair brand Kerastase who made her new summer hair happen.
'I just celebrated my birthday and am so happy to be coming out of quarantine with a fresh new look. Beauty is meant to be fun and expressive and this is definitely, hands down, the most fun I've ever had with my look before,' she shared.
Also speaking on the bold new blonde look, Kerastase, who Ratajkowski is a brand ambassador for, said:
'Emily was initially hesitant to go blonde as she was afraid of the damage to her hair. However after working with professional brand Kérastase for 3 years, she now has the confidence to go Blonde with the Blond Absolu Range there to care and repair her hair.'
So what's the first thing do you when you've had a dramatic hair overhaul and traded your brunette hair for blonde? Well, if you're Emily Ratajkowski, you put on your smallest black bikini and commence a full photo shoot around your major LA flat. You know what they say? A dog really is the best hair accessory.
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