How Celebrities Wear Their Colors
British songwriter Dua Lipa sports one of 2020’s hottest hair-color trends, giving hair more edge. She just lets her roots grow naturally, requiring minimal effort. It’s much less maintenance and easy to get the look, since the salons are closed. Kristen Stewart’s two-toned hair combines contrasting colors of deep brunette and bright blonde which just blend perfectly with her messy pixie cut. Margot Robbie also goes for dark roots, but her brunette roots gradually fade into a sunny blonde, looking almost like an intentional ombré. She loves the single process and its bright effects.
The Chocolate Truffle
It’s a mixing of two shades of brown, combining warmer and cooler brunette tones together. Priyanka Chopra’s shade is a happy medium. The chocolate pieces around her face and throughout her hair complement her warmer skin tone while the truffle base enhances her deeper, cooler eye color. Korean-American actress, Jamie Chung, has touches of golden brown and just a little blonde at the tips framing her face. It isn’t dark all over. Cindy Crawford has tones that are diffused together to make a subtle transition rather than a harsh contrast. It uses a highlighting technique that makes the roots appear darker, while bringing more lightness around her face and jaw line.
The Wheat Blonde
Blake Lively is blonde, a signature color for years and she’s keeping it consistent at a medium tone. It’s neutral with a hint of warmth, still bright and not at all dull. medium tone. Instagram influencer Stephanie Brown’s version includes very subtle highlights all around with slightly darker roots. It doesn’t have a huge contrast, just lots of dimension and edge. Streaky, in the best possible way, is what describes Jennifer Lopez’s wheat blonde. Light brown is the overall base with sections of bright blonde, done in streaks.
Emma Stone’s a natural blonde, but orchard red, has become her signature hair-color. Unlike strawberry blonde, it’s deeper, redder, and has a glimpse of copper tone that pairs well with the actress’s pale skin and green eyes. Another redhead is Julian Moore. Her version of orchard is a more auburn red – darker, richer and more opaque – than Emma Stone’s. It gives a more rosy glow to Moore’s pinker, warmer skin tone. Jessica Chastain’s shade of red complements her cooler skin tone and Old Hollywood waves. It is not too dark for a dramatic effect but it does shine in the sunlight.
The Strawberry Blonde
It’s a shade of red that’s on the lighter side. Isla Fisher, Australian actress and author, likes this eye-catching combination of blonde and red. It’s a low-maintenance shade that allows a lot of flexibility in intensity. Typically blonde, Nicole Kidman is stunning in a strawberry hue where it starts very blonde at the roots and gets coppery towards the ends. It flatters her blue eyes. Naturally brunette Rachel McAdams is often seen as blonde, but when she went for strawberry shade, it brightened her skin.