Parisians might have the whole effortless-but-enviable, sexy-bed-hair texture totally down pat, but it’s across the channel where you’ll find the colour trend trailblazers. 

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First Sienna Miller flirted with the rosy and toasty shade at the opening of new Soho club, 100 Wardour St (she’s since switched back to golden blonde, devastating.)

Next fellow Brit Lily James further deepened her own post-Cinderella bronde with a wash of warm golden brunette, before her Pride and Prejudice and Zombies co-star Suki Waterhouse followed suit with her own rosy bronde equation.

Of course the burnt rose gold revolution swiftly made its way across the pond with Scream Queens star, Emma Roberts nicknaming her own burnt strawberry tint #desertrose.


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And just today Ashley Tisdale’s colourist Kristen Ess posted a snap of her client’s recently shifted her shade , calling her slightly lighter, California-girl version: ‘Rose filter IRL.’ With a bevvy of PYT’s on Ess’s books (Lucy Hale, Lauren Conrad and Nikki Reed, to name a few) who knows how far the rose gold hair reverie will reach. 

Sydney colourist Jaye Edwards, from Edwards and Co. Hair Salon, says taking your blonde darker is a great option for anyone who spent the summer embracing light blonde and bronde tones.

 “This kind of golden sun-kissed look is healthier for the hair as it doesn’t need to be lightened as much to achieve as blonde, plus it lasts longer,” he says. “I love this kind of golden sun-kissed colour because it looks so natural and beautiful.”


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