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Summer is just around the corner and as everyone knows, a new season requires a new hair colour!


And while you don't need to change your colour too drastically, going two or three shades lighter is a great way to embrace the warmer weather and longer evenings. 


If you are still unconvinced about whether to go down the while "blondes have more fun route, then run your eye over these reasons... You'll be platimun in no time! 


1. It glistens in the sunshine making you look almost angelic 

If the sun shines, that is...


2. It’s good to change things up every now and then

Sure you can always go back to your naturally colour if things don't turn out quite as expected.


3. It goes GREAT with a tan

Even if you aren’t planning on heading to the sun you can always fake it...


4. It’s a fresh way to start the new season

If you’ve been sporting dark locks all year long, going two or three shades lighter will make you feel like a new person.


5. It’ll take years off you

And if you look younger you’ll feel younger, right?!


6. Blonde hair brightens up a dull day all the time

And we all know what the so-called summer is like in this country.


7. It can give your natural hair a bit of a lift

Even if you opt for highlight rather than all over platinum, your natural hair will definitely seem fresher and lighter.



SHARE if plan on changing your hair colour! 



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