You won’t believe what hair colour Lily Collins just dyed her hair
Have you been keeping up with all the latest hair transformations recently? Then you’ll have seen Selena Gomez‘ and Audrina Patridge‘s striking blonde hair makeovers. But just when we thought it was all over, another (and very unexpected!) star has joined the blondetourage: Lily Collins.
Yes, you read that correctly, after sticking to her signature chocolate locks for years, the To the Bone actress has now decided to opt for a major mane change for the winter. And guess what? We’re living for it! Keep scrolling to see why…
Lily Collins just got the trendiest hair colour of the season
Now, the last time we caught a glimpse of Lily with a different hair colour was on the 2016 Sony Pictures Television Social Soiree red carpet, where she dyed her locks the prettiest shade of raspberry. But since then, the star has keeping it classy with brown hair — until now, that is!
Posting the above snap to her feed, the 28-year-old shared her the gorgeous results of her brunette to blonde makeover, alongside the caption: ‘Not sure if it’s the blonde or this city, but I really am having more fun!’.
As you can see, Lily is flaunting buttery blonde waves, with just a little bit of dark root peeking through, giving her look a modern, edgy vibe. But the best thing about her new hue? It’s brightening up her complexion like an absolute dream, making it perfect for winter!
Editor’s tip: Thinking of going lighter this winter? To maintain your hue, make sure to invest in colour-specific hair mask, like the TIGI Bed Head Colour Goddess Miracle Treatment Mask. This luxurious deep conditioner will enhance your shade’s vibrancy, plus leave your locks looking and feeling healthier, too.
Though she only posted the selfie yesterday, it has already received over 1 million likes, which means that we can all attest: Lily is seriously slaying vanilla blonde hair. Thanks for the inspo, L!
Are you double tapping Lily’s bold new look? Also, who do you think will join the blondetourage next? Let us know on Twitter @AllThingsHairUK!