Gigi Hadid Switched Her Fiery Red Hair Back To Bleached Blonde

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Photo credit: Victor VIRGILE - Getty Images
Photo credit: Victor VIRGILE - Getty Images

After sending the internet into overdrive just one week ago with merely the power of a new chunky block fringe, our new favourite hair chameleon, Gigi Hadid, has got the world shooketh once more. And it's all down to her latest hair look.

Known for her signature sandy blonde lengths, Hadid had a serious switch up earlier this year when she swapped her more natural shade for a fiery red hue back in March.

The model and mum of one was clearly enjoying her new life as a redhead, wearing the plushiest sky high scarlet ponytail we've ever seen to this year's Met Gala.

Then, just last week, the 26-year-old hit us with yet another bold look, adding a full fringe to her poker straight auburn hair.

Photo credit: Image Direct
Photo credit: Image Direct

But, Hadid's copper era has officially ended. New images of the runway regular have emerged showing Hadid out and about in New York with an entirely new look. Gone is the red and in its place Hadid is rocking a set of bleached blonde waves.

Yep, the blonde is back.

Hadid worked her new golden hair in loose, tousled waves and paired them with a red PVC jumpsuit, black rollneck and black knitted beanie for a look that all in all said 'function but make it fashion'.

So far details about the hairstylist behind Gigi's return to blonde are unknown, but we'd put money on her go-to stylist and the creator of that Met Gala ponytail, Esther Langham, having a hand in the Barbie-esque new look.

We've all know the trials and tribulations of reversing a dye job back to blonde. The awkward brassy in between stage anyone? Could this be the beginning of a blonde journey to icy white for Gigi or perhaps just a return to her Cali girl sandy shade. Watch this space.

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