We're *obsessed* with Dakota Johnson's new inky-black hair

Cassie Powney
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Photo credit: Rabbani and Solimene Photography - Getty Images
Photo credit: Rabbani and Solimene Photography - Getty Images

From Cosmopolitan

Confession: we've been so distracted by all the honey/caramel/golden-blonde highlights taking over celeb land, we kind of forgot how stunning a mane of jet-black hair can look.

I know, I know.

But it's tricky not to get distracted when Kate Middleton lightens her chocolate-brown hair with golden-blonde highlights, or when Michelle Keegan experiments with the most stunning halo highlights.

Fringe Season has also absorbed a lot of our hair focus recently. Ariana Grande's curtained offering took us back to our school assembly days, and Courteney Cox's new bangs were so Monica we felt like we'd gone back to the '90s. And let's not forget Taylor Swift's curly fringe, or Alicia Keys' blunt-bang transformation. Just wow.

So when 50 Shades of Grey actress Dakota Johnson popped up on our radar with the darkest hair we've ever seen on her, our heads were turned. She took to Instagram to announce her new role as the co-creative director of a sexual wellness brand called Maude, telling fans:

"Sexual wellness is a fundamental human right. Maude’s ethos is something I strongly support, and is symbiotic with my core beliefs surrounding sexual health. Furthermore, the caliber and aesthetic of these products is excellent and elevated, and I love them. I am truly delighted to come on board as Co Creative Director and an investor, hoping to weave sustainability and awareness/education based initiatives into the fabric of the company, while delivering beautiful and quality sexual wellness products, accessible to all humans."

The picture she posted was of her and founder posing together, and we couldn't help but notice (and fall head-over-heels in love with) her long, glossy, inky-black hair...

Photo credit: INSTAGRAM/DAKOTAJOHNSON
Photo credit: INSTAGRAM/DAKOTAJOHNSON

Are honey-blonde highlights out? Should pumpkin spice be reserved for latte's only? Dakota is definitely making a case for it...

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