It's official: Zendaya can do no wrong in the style department.
Our beloved Rue Bennett has decided to give one of the 2022 hair trends a go, and it goes without saying, but she completely nails the new look.
Gregory Patterson, celebrity stylist and DIY expert for Sally Beauty (opens in new tab) predicted that warm colors like rich cognac and butterscotch blondes would hit the scene, and the Euphoria star delivers. Her new honey-blonde curls are bouncy, delicate and the perfect way to usher in the spring season. If expensive blonde and pumpkin spice hair had a baby, it'd look like Zendaya's new 'do.
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On February 28, Z gave us a quick at her curls via Instagram Stories while she was en route to see her beau's new film, Unchartered. (Speaking of which, what's going on with that mysterious Tom Holland Euphoria cameo?)
Though she snapped a selfie and picture of her movie ticket, the posts were deleted within 24 hours, per Instagram Stories' ways. But naturally, the internet caught wind of the beauty transformation and saved the snap for all eternity. No surprise there!
When Zendaya's new auburn bob made a social media splash in late 2021, the internet flipped, and this style seems to be following suit. Plus, we can still sense a bit of warmth in her strands. We also particularly love how she pairs her simple locks with a nude lip.
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