You need to see Camila Cabello's new honey blonde hair

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Photo credit: Taylor Hill - Getty Images
Photo credit: Taylor Hill - Getty Images

Last week, we Brits saw a pre-summer heatwave strike and whilst many were catching the UV 7 (!) rays, I was one of very few people who were sat with shades on, SPF 10,000 lathered up, and a sun hat to protect my sensitive scalp. I mean, if there ain't a pool to cool down in, count me out.

Having said all that, when doing my daily Instagram snoop in bed yesterday morning, amongst the Father's Day posts, I came across Camila Cabello with a brand new honey hairstyle. Yep, you read that right: The 'Señorita' singer who is also known for her signature dark locks has dyed her hair honey blonde.

And whilst I am afraid of the UK sun, it got me thinking. Perhaps I should have removed my [Asos sale!] sun hat and attempted to lighten my hair naturally, seeing as Camila's is to dye (sorry not sorry) for. Although, I doubt the biggest star in our solar system, aka the sun, is quite a match for my dark brown box-dyed hair...

Anyways, enough about me, for Camila's hurr is a transformation and a half!

Of course, it's not a dramatic jet-black to platinum blonde Kim K job, but we have to give credit where credit is due as it's still a noticeable change. Just as Zendaya did not too long ago, Camila has added in some honey blonde highlights to her light(ish) brown locks, captioning the selfie: 'miel 🍯'. Oh, and if you hadn't already guessed, that is French for 'honey'.

*Warning to all hairdressers*: Don't be too surprised if in the upcoming weeks an abundance of clients come in with this picture of Camila as a reference. After all, it's the perfect look for summer 2022.

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