Zendaya is showing a new hair color – and is already making you want summer 2022...
At Zendaya, things are going easy right now! She is a celebrated fashion icon, stands in front of the camera for luxury brands like Valentino, her series "Euphoria" has triggered a real hype and with boyfriend and fellow actor, Tom Holland things also seem to be going well in private. In short: Everything the 25-year-old touches turns to gold.
And not just metaphorically speaking, but also literally. Because after Zendaya gave her dark brown hair a subtle reddish hair color a few months ago, she is now showing herself with a new hairstyle trend. Your hair now shines in one - of course! – golden honey blonde.
Zendaya presented the star hairstyle in a short selfie video on Instagram. She shows this in a car with a simple black turtleneck sweater and very subtle and natural make-up. This puts even more focus on the new hairstyle trend.
The actress' hair appears much lighter and shines in a warm shade of blonde. The light hair color does not look unnatural in the slightest. This is ensured by the darker roots and the subtle highlights, which ensure a very soft and flowing color transition.
The hairstyle trend not only harmonizes perfectly with Zendaya's light brown eyes but also makes you incredibly excited for summer 2022. Because the lighter strands make the hair appear sun-kissed thanks to the warm, golden nuances and look supernatural and therefore very casual and relaxed.
Taking to Instagram, Zendaya showcases her new honey blonde hairstyle trend perfect for summer 2022
Of course, the hairstyle trend already fits into the transitional period in spring 2022. Because the warm hair color also looks great in combination with looks that are still wintry in brown, gray or dark blue and green. And when it hopefully gets warmer soon, the star hairstyle like Zendaya in honey blonde looks great with lighter and friendlier colors like light blue, cream, yellow or bright green.
Zendaya has been known for hairstyle trends with darker hair color