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Zoe Kravitz debuts platinum blonde hair

Published 24/10/2016

Zoe Kravitz
Zoe Kravitz

Actress Zoe Kravitz has swapped her signature braids for a striking new platinum blonde hairstyle.

Zoe Kravitz has unveiled a dramatic new bright blonde hairstyle.

The actress and YSL Beauty muse revealed her platinum locks on Instagram on Sunday (23Oct16), with the transformation a stark difference to the raven braids that have long been a central feature to her signature style.

In a photo posted on the social media website, the daughter of Lisa Bonet and Lenny Kravitz, posed for a selfie, gazing at the camera to show off her fresh dye job.

She also captioned the snap, "Blond like Frank," in reference to Frank Ocean's latest album, Blonde.

The cool blonde was courtesy of Los Angeles-based Daniel Moon, the hairstylist also known as Major Moonshine, who is revered for his edgy work as a colourist as well as his cult glitter hair gel.

And the hair transformation is an unexpected choice for the 27-year-old, who in the past has spoken about the personal significance of her braids.

In September 2015, she said that she "originally did them as a joke, like an ode to the ’90s."

But over time, they took on a deeper meaning. "It still feels important, I think, to be a brown girl with

natural hair," Zoe told C Magazine. "You see blonde girls with the same hair in every movie.”

Meanwhile, Demi Lovato has switched her new blonde hairdo back to her natural brunette.

The Confident singer jumped on Snapchat on Friday to reveal that she's gone "Back to brown."

She flashed a coy smile as she hid behind her familiar brunette locks in a picture she snapped while in bed.

The 24-year-old artist was photographed rocking her dark brown tresses, as well as a leopard print jacket and skirt, while out and about in West Hollywood, California on Saturday night.

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