Instead of balayage and the typical blonde, Hailey Bieber has returned to her natural hair color, and her followers on Instagram are thrilled.
Like the stars who no longer hide their gray hair, Hailey Bieber has decided to stand by her natural color. A decision that was enthusiastically received on social media.
This year, Hailey Bieber decided to ditch her signature blonde in favor of her natural hair color. This decision may seem insignificant, but it is causing quite a stir. The model is a fan of all kinds of hair changes - from strands of pink to gray hair to a bob cut - and has shown over the years that she is not afraid of a change.
Although she keeps going back to her Californian blonde, this time she seems to have had enough of constant bleaching and giving preference to her original color, a light shade of brown. This return to natural hair was by no means radical but required a transition period of several months. After she stopped bleaching, Hailey Bieber opted for a bronde - a mix of brown and blonde - so that the transitions between the tips and roots are more uniform and softer. In a recently published Instagram post in which she presented the end result, her followers extensively praised the model's decision in the comments. This hair color choice is more appealing than ever, so much so that multiple followers wrote that they want their natural color back too. While this decision is certainly motivated by hair care and health issues - Hailey Bieber's colorist Cassondra Kaeding explained that many people cannot bear to see their hairline and therefore over-dye their hair, which is significantly damaged - must Another factor must also be taken into account: the desire to return to a natural look.
As the dictates of beauty become more extreme, the return to naturalness seems a logical and necessary counterbalance to these increasingly unattainable, sometimes even unhealthy and dangerous ideals. While some personalities and celebrities continue to adhere to these dictates, others, on the contrary, encourage a freer, more natural, and less uniform display of beauty. Hailey Bieber's decision to ditch her Californian blonde has generated a lot of reactions. She's not the first to take on her natural color, however: Gigi Hadid and Mary-Kate Olsen, who are also maroon, have shown themselves repeatedly without balayage. After being neglected for a long time, it seems that brown hair - and natural hair - is getting its revenge.