A little over a month ago, Emily Ratajkowski first became a blonde. Then Kaia Gerber, Kylie Jenner and many other models and fashion bloggers followed her example. However, setting the trend, Ratakovka again returned to dark hair color. "Bye, blond, it was fun," Emily wrote on Instagram, and then began to upload selfies in a familiar image before the blond. Why the celebrity decided to repaint again remains a mystery. Perhaps this is due to her modeling contract. But, in any case, the blond was very good for her - emphasized the brown eyes and dark skin tone.
However, Ratajkowski's example of coloring in a light shade and then quickly returning to the dark is not the only one. We recall especially striking cases of extreme and short-lived transformation of stars.
Bella Hadid was also blonde last summer. True, unlike Ratajkowski, she gradually went to a new hair color: for several months she lightened her hair two or three shades lighter. However, having reached the platinum shade, the supermodel again repainted in the usual dark color and does not change it until now.
Actress Dakota Johnson dyed blonde three times - in 2006, 2010 and 2012. However, she always quickly returned to a dark shade of hair. Why she needed such radical changes in appearance is still unknown.
Victoria Beckham surprised fans in 2007. Then her blond and bob were repeated by millions. At the same time, Vicki herself after a while admitted that blond was not her option and, having repainted in a dark tone, never returned to blond hair.
Angelina Jolie dyed her hair blonde for Life or Something in 2002. However, immediately after filming, she returned to her usual shade. Then the actress appeared with a light copper tone of hair in the film Cote d'Azur in 2015, but she also did not stay in this image for a long time. Dark blond hair color is now Jolie's calling card.
Meanwhile, hair stylists believe that, if there is a desire, brunettes can become blondes in one coloring. How to do this without harming the hair and then maintain the shade, we told here.