Dip-Dyed: The Best Ombre Styles
Dip-Dyed: The Best Ombr Styles
Bryne's added ombre highlights complement her signature bob and wavy strands.
In a spur-of-the-moment decision, the actress debuted ombre highlights just moments before stepping out for television’s biggest night. "When I saw Kerry, she just looked so young and fresh to me that I instantly thought of color and wanted to make her hair lighter," says her hairstylist Takisha Sturdivant-Drew.
Colorist Tracey Cunningham has been Stone’s go-to for years, seamlessly transitioning the actress from one hair color to the next, from her signature red, to Zombieland’s chocolate hue, to Gwen Stacy blonde.
Experimenting with wash out dip dye color is one thing, but don’t expect quintessential California girl Lauren Conrad to stray from her signature blonde anytime soon.
Hudgens is constantly transitioning between colors and cuts, from a major chop for her role in Gimme Shelter to long blonde waves, and most recently, this mermaid-esque hue she posted to Instagram.
The Kardashian clan is in a constant state of reinvention. While little sister Kylie’s punky green ends are a daring way to take on the style, Khloe’s undefeated when it comes to best ombre in the family.
An upcoming role in The Fantastic Four led Mara to ditch long auburn hair, a change that’s also added more spunk to her look.
Sarah Jessica Parker
While the star has maintained enviable hair for years, never wavering far from her dark blonde, wavy mane, she adds a subtle change with ombre ends.
The L’Oreal spokeswoman, and muse to celebrity hairstylist Ken Paves, never seems to have a hair out of place.
Hale topped off her ombre with face framing highlights, softening the look while brightening up her face.
Dobrev may have turned to ombre while filming The Final Girls, although we secretly hope that she sticks with the change.
Wilde is a longtime fan of ombre, looking exceptionally gorgeous at this year’s Golden Globes in her slinky emerald gown and ‘70s waves.