Beauty Hair Hair Color Priyanka Chopra Just Debuted Streaky Blonde Highlights "New year new hair!" By Tessa Petak Tessa Petak Instagram Tessa Petak is a Brooklyn-based writer who helps to cultivate InStyle's illustrious news coverage across a wide range of topics including celebrity, fashion, and entertainment. She also produces and composes celebrity profiles and features for the site and InStyle's digital issues. InStyle's editorial guidelines Published on January 14, 2022 @ 02:19PM Pin Share Tweet Email Priyanka Chopra is making some changes this year — well, when it comes to her hair, anyway. The actor and former Miss World just debuted some fresh blonde highlights to lighten up her usual dark brown tresses. On Friday, Celebrity Redken Colorist Tracey Cunningham shared a video of Chopra shaking her head to show off her new strands, which were balayaged with Redkin Flash Lift Lightening Powder and Shades EQ Hair Gloss to create a warm caramel effect. Olaplex was used on the ends and its Stand Alone Treatment was applied before towel drying, according to Cunningham's Instagram post. "Loving @priyankachopra new lighter hair 😀 ," Cunningham captioned the video, which was initially posted to Chopra's Story. The actress captioned her post, "New year new hair!" Blonde highlights on brown hair has been a celebrity favorite for years. Just look at Beyoncé, Jennifer Aniston, Khloé Kardashian, and Jennifer Lopez. In fact, the trend was seen everywhere this past fall (latte blonde, anyone?) and continues to dominate, with Chopra being the first celeb to rock the color in 2022. The actor recently opened up about being in the public eye and the speculation surrounding her marriage to Nick Jonas. "It's a very vulnerable feeling, actually, that if I post a picture, everything that's behind me in that picture is going to be zoomed in on, and people are going to speculate," she told Vanity Fair for the magazine's February 2022 issue. "It's just a professional hazard ... Because of the noise of social media, because of the prevalence that it has in our lives, I think it seems a lot larger than it is. I think that we give it a lot more credence in real life, and I don't think it needs that."