Cara Delevingne has jumped on the fall hair transformation bandwagon and it looks like she’s surrendered to the power of the dark side. Featuring a mix of warm reds, deep blondes and rich brown highlights and lowlights, Delevingne’s new dark hair color looks like apple cider with lots of cinnamon. This particular cider shade feels like a moodier version of the coppery A-listers like Kendall Jenner, who couldn’t get enough in March. Given Khloé Kardashian’s recent PSL highlights, it seems like celebrities are bringing their favorite fall beverage orders to the salon, and I for one am not complaining.
Delevingne, who is never afraid to make a bold beauty statement, debuted her new hair color on Tuesday, September 27 at the launch party for her fashion capsule collection, Cara Loves Karl, during Paris Fashion Week. Depending on the lighting, her cider hair could either be a fresh new approach to brunette hair for fall or a fun new way to go red for fall. It’s hard to tell if Apple Cider hair is more red or brown, because like the bronde (blonde-brunette hair) making the rounds in 2021, the look has tons of dimension.
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Whether you think Delevingne is now a redhead or a permanent member of the team brunette, if you’ve ever doubted trying a new hair color to mark the changing seasons, apple cider hair is a perfect place to start. That said, I wouldn’t try to recreate this shade at home. Based on the photos shared by Danielle Priano, Delevingne’s hairstylist, creating this color wasn’t an easy task.
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Aside from adding highlights and lowlights, I wouldn’t be surprised if Priano used a glaze technique to create that shiny, subtle color. Although cider hair is a big change from the grown-up blonde Delevingne, who she wore over the summer, one element of her hair has stayed the same. As usual, Priano kept the model’s roots near the same shade of brown for a casual, easy-to-wear-out touch.
As a model and actress, Delevingne is no stranger to transforming her look with hair dye. Before she went cider/red, the model was living her best blonde life, but she’s had everything from dark brown to platinum hair in the past. This isn’t even the first time she’s dipped her toes in the redhead’s water. Despite her penchant for adventurous looks, I hope the cider hair color is here to stay. It’s a departure from the usual “blonde to brunette for fall” hair transformation cycle, and even brings out the warm undertones in Delevingne’s skin. Who wants to go pick apples now?