You may have noticed that bleach blonde hair has been popping up on your Instagram feed lately, as progressive beauties like Taylor Swift and Kristen Stewart try out this head-turning 'do. With summer just around the corner, why not hop on the bandwagon and let your hair colour reflect the playful vibes of the season!? If you're not ready for such a drastic change, opt for a more natural look, like dark blonde or balayage. Need some extra inspiration? We've put together 3 reasons why you should go blonde for spring-summer 2016!
BLONDES HAVE MORE FUN
If it's true that blondes have more fun, then why not match your hair colour to the warm, playful vibes that come with the spring-summer season? It's likely that the sun will add natural highlighting to your hair, so embrace spring's hottest hair colour and lighten up a little! (literally).
BLONDE IS TAKING HOLLYWOOD (AND INSTAGRAM) BY STORM
When a celebrity goes blonde, it's almost impossible to scroll through our Instagram feeds without seeing the transformation for ourselves. Take Taylor Swift, who replaced her dirty blonde locks for a fresh bleach blonde look that had everybody talking. Or Cindy Crawford's 14-year-old daughter Kaia Gerber, who recently ditched her enviable brunette locks to go blonde (even if it was just a wig!). Whether it's icy or platinum blonde, stars like Miley Cyrus are seriously lightening up, and the trend shows no signs of slowing down any time soon. It's safe to say that blondes are the queens of the sandcastle this summer. So go ahead, dye your hair blonde and give everyone something to talk about!
BLONDE LOOKS GOOD ON EVERYONE
Switching over to the light side for spring-summer 2016 isn't just about having more fun, blonde also comes in a variety of shades that happen to look good on just about everybody, no matter what your skin tone may be! While icy and platinum and shades of blonde are the latest trend for those with pale skin tones, mousy or dirty blonde hair can be customized to suit a darker complexion with the help of colouring techniques like balayage or ombre.