Karlie Kloss has embraced the summer with an eye-catching new hairstyle. The 23-year-old wowed her fans as she revealed that she had dyed her glossy tresses into a bleached blonde look, flaunting her new 'do on Instagram.
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Karlie Kloss debuted a bleached blonde 'do
"I'm already having more fun," she quipped to her five million followers, posting a gorgeous selfie with her hair worn down in a super sleek and straight hairstyle. Showing off her beauty credentials, Karlie complemented her makeover with a slick of on-trend pale pink lipstick and shimmering eyeshadow, while posing in a black halterneck top.
Karlie is renowned for being fearless when it comes to experimenting with her hair. Not only has she rocked different colours from brunette to blue, but she's also tried a variety of different styles from a sleek short bob to long, tousled beach waves.
The model's been rocking honey blonde tresses in recent months
Although recent months have seen the supermodel opting for blonde, she had been sticking to honey-hued tones, so her new bleached look makes for a bold change for the star.
It comes as no surprise that Karlie has opted for platinum blonde – the eye-catching colour has been a major hair trend this season. Stars including Lauren Conrad, Ashley Tisdale, Michelle Keegan and Myleene Klass have all undergone makeovers to try the look.
Karlie's renowned for her chic beauty looks
It could be that Karlie was inspired by her close friend Taylor Swift who tried the style earlier this year. The Shake It Off hitmaker upped the beauty stakes at the Coachella music festival when she debuted a platinum blonde bob hairstyle on Instagram, causing a social media meltdown amongst fans.
It's no doubt been a busy few months for Karlie, whose modelling career continues to go from strength to strength with the star having starred in campaigns for Adidas, Swarovski and Carolina Herrera in recent weeks alone. She's also impressed fans by launching a coding course for girls, following the class she herself followed last year at NYU.