Del­hi­ites go for plat­inum blonde hair, just in time for the Justin look

Hindustan Times (Patna) - Live - - Front Page - Ak­shay Kaushal ak­shay.kaushal@htlive.com ■

Aas pop star Justin Bieber scorched the stage in Mumbai last night, one group of peo­ple — Beliebers or not — must have been feel­ing very, very cool. Cooler than usual, that is.

The Cana­dian singer, whose chang­ing hair­styles get as much at­ten­tion as his mu­sic, is the torch-bearer of the cur­rent in­ter­na­tional trend of plat­inum blonde hair, some­thing that with-it Del­hi­ites have em­braced.

Among other global celebri­ties who have been rock­ing the look are ac­tor Kris­ten Ste­wart, model-ac­tor Cara Delev­ingne, and singer Kary Perry. The plat­inum blonde shade is the ligh­est of all blonde hair colours — it’s ex­tremely rare for some­one to be a nat­u­ral plat­inum blonde, which is why the icy shade is so eye-catch­ing.

“I al­ways say that any colour on hair is like lip­stick on it and the plat­inum blonde hair is just the coolest trend for 2017. This is for the young and ex­per­i­men­tal lot,” says hair ex­pert Jawed Habib. Does this icy hue suit the In­dian com­plex­ion? “When you wear white trousers, any coloured T-shirt looks nice with it. Sim­i­larly, plat­inum blonde hair goes well with dusky com­plex­ion, too,” he replies.

“A lot of young­sters and col­lege-go­ers ask for this plat­inum or ash shade when they visit my sa­lon. This quirky trend has be­come a rage in the West,” says city­based hair and beauty ex­pert Aash­meen Mun­jaal.

I re­ceived so many com­pli­ments af­ter colour­ing my hair plat­inum blonde and it draws at­ten­tion ev­ery­where I go IM­RAN KHAN, MODEL

PHOTO: VIRAL BHAYANI PHOTO:MIKE SEGAR/ REUTERS PHOTO: INSTAGRAM/ AWOKAAWO EAMONN M. MCCORMACK/GETTY IM

Singer Justin Bieber af­ter his ar­rival in Mumbai for his live show Clock­wise from top left: Delhi-based model Im­ran Khan; Delhi-based blog­ger Awoka Awomi; Bri­tish singer Katy Perry; Hol­ly­wood ac­tor Kris­ten Ste­wart

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