At the beginning of the year, you saw the Australian actress Margot Robbie with significantly lighter hair and fake bob on the red carpet, a long fringe, and individual strands of hair played around her face, the rest of the hairstyle was loosely tied in a pigtail. This casual, playful look has now been replaced by an elegant variant: For the premiere of the new “The Suicide Squad” part, the 31-year-old wears her hair straight and shiny, without bangs, in the trend hair color Bronde.
You could definitely say that the Bronde hair color has created itself in the past few months due to the lack of visits to the hairdresser. A dark approach at the top, blonde at the bottom: the trend for summer 2021 is aimed at looking undone and imperfect. The hair color is the more natural variant of the completely bleached hairstyle. However, a hard break between dark natural hair color and very light tips should be avoided. How do you do that? With individual strands. The balayage technique creates an elegant multicolor that plays with light reflections and brings freshness to the hair.
For her hair worn openly with a center parting, in which only individual strands are slightly wavy, Margot Robbie relies on the bronde tone, which harmonizes ideally with her skin tone. Instead of an over blonde tone (as you can still see in her role as Harley Quinn in "The Suicide Squad"), Robbie chooses a warm blonde that gives her natural hair color a new shine and is gentle on the hair with minimal highlights when coloring.
Anyone who, like Margot Robbie, already has dark blonde hair doesn't have to do much. With the help of the balayage technique, only a few highlights are colored in the ends of the hair. With lighter natural hair, it is advisable to darken the base of the hair first. A simple tint that is only a few shades darker than the natural shade is usually sufficient. Then the individual hair sections are highlighted lighter - if you have more time and want to take it easy on your hair, you have to wait a few days between dyeing. Preferably at a trusted hairdresser.
There is speculation: After the premiere of the new part of "The Suicide Squad", Margot Robbie is in the headlines with another role offer. The renowned star director Wes Anderson is said to have hired the Australian for his next film. The title of the new flick is not yet known, but filming should start in Spain this summer. Can Robbie keep her Bronde for the role?