Kaia Gerber's Latest Hair Transformation Is Proof That The Bronde Movement Is Just Getting Started
She debuted the popular shade on Instagram.
Kaia Gerber is maximizing on her home time by fostering a puppy, starting a book club, and apparently experimenting with her hair. The day after debuting what looked to be a lightened-up shade, she shared a video of Audrey Hepburn cutting her bangs, captioning it "me right now." And while nobody's encouraging you to chop your own fringe (honestly, don't), Kaia Gerber's bronde might be a hair DIY actually worth trying.
We are all — even the 18-year-old model — becoming self-made colorists whilst stuck in isolation. Jennifer Love Hewitt has doused her signature chestnut tresses in a hot-pink Lime Crime hue, apologizing to her stylist Nikki Lee of Nine Zero One afterwards. Meanwhile, Pink buzzed hers on a live stream (while drinking) and Miley Cyrus has admitted to trimming up her new-age mullet herself.
What started as innocent root touch-ups has developed into full-blown hair transformations, all over Instagram. And the latest to jump on the bandwagon is Gerber. The model's usually brunette hair seemed to be erring a bit more on the blonde side in a selfie she posted on April 4, but then again, maybe it was just the lighting.
A more recent photo confirms it, though: Kaia Gerber is the latest to join the emerging bronde movement.
Bronde (a honey-colored mix of brunette and blonde) is quickly becoming 2020's trending shade. It's been a longtime go-to for the likes of Jennifer Lopez, Chrissy Teigen, and Blake Lively, but more recently it's been launched into the spotlight by the Kardashian-Jenner clan. Khloe, Kim, and Kylie have all debuted the in-between shade of late.
Gerber herself is no stranger to a bold cut — upgrading her dramatic bob to a long pixie most recently — but she rarely ever switches up her natural golden-brown color. This sun-kissed hue is a major departure for her, and one that you'll likely want to be rocking come summertime, too.
But before you go running to grab the last at-home dye kit from Target, do yourself a favor and consult your actual colorist on this one. And put down the kitchen shears while you're at it. Those curtain bangs can wait.