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Blake goes bronde

Published 08/07/2015

Blake Lively
Blake Lively

Blake Lively has ditched her trademark blonde locks for a new shade of “bronde” – a mixture of brunette and blonde.

The former Gossip Girl actress is famous for her bright blonde locks. But on Tuesday, Blake unveiled her new hair shade.

“…Brondes have more fun #NoTypos-IKnowIThinkItsCrazyToo,” Blake wrote alongside a picture of her transformation.

Bronde is a recently coined term for the mixture of blonde and brunette hair colours.

While Blake always returns to her blonde mane, she has experimented with various hues over the years.

Her most recent makeover saw her sport red locks as she attended the Time 100 Gala back in 2011.

And she admitted at the event that her husband Ryan Reynolds was such a fan of her new look he had even come up with a name to describe it.

“Ryan named my hair colour ‘Sierra sunset,’ which I like,” she said.

Speaking previously about her hair, Blake admitted she hates it when her tresses turn into a “fluffy tent”.

"When my hair goes wrong, it goes all puffy and fuzzy, like a fluffy tent. Having the right oil is key - many can be too heavy," she told British magazine Glamour. "I like Elvive Extraordinary Oil Mist because it strikes the right balance - it's softening, but also has a bit of grip. Don't just slap it on, otherwise you end up with a big greasy slick and the bad hair just gets worse. I rub a tiny bit between my fingers and twist it into my hair in sections, separating each strand so it gets a nice texture."

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