Kristen Stewart dyed her hair neon and looks incredible, of course
If you’re going to dye your hair a bold shade, what better time than quarantine? At least, that seems to be the celebrity mantra right now. Hilary Duff dyed her hair bright blue, Dua Lipa a candy pink, and Elle Fanning went for a peach-pink shade. Now, Kristen Stewart is taking it even brighter. The Underwater actress dyed her hair a neon orange—and of course, she is pulling it off.
“Who said you can’t be cute in quarantine!?” Stewart’s hairstylist, CJ Romero, captioned his Instagram post. In the picture, you can see Stewart’s bright hair transformation. First of all, we totally agree with Romero. Second, both Stewart’s hair and Emma Roberts’ bob cut with curtain bangs look amazing. This is a quarantine salon party we’d like to be involved in.
In another Instagram post, Romero went deeper into the Charlie’s Angels star’s new color.
“What’s your flavor of the week?? Ours is Cosmic Rust✨?? (that’s what I’m calling it anyways),” the stylist wrote about Stewart’s orange hair color.
Romero said he used “Bright Copper” hair dye with a few drops of an “Autumn Red” shade. (You can buy both Maria Nila Stockholm dyes right here, if you’re inspired.) He treated the actress to a “color and treatment” by mixing in a Cashmere Fusion restorative treatment to the dye for “extra love and moisture.” Take notes, all you DIY, at-home hair-dye lovers.
Looking at the photo series, we like to think Stewart was inspired by the pool table felt color and just went for it.
This isn’t the first time Stewart has experimented with bold hair color. It’s not even her first time going orange. At the 2019 Met Gala, she wore streaks of orange in her blonde hair.
Later in 2019, she debuted a not-so-sweet bubblegum pink color.
You may not have a pool table, but Stewart has just given you license to look around at your quarantine setup for new hair color ideas.
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