High hems, lower tops--summer is the season of wardrobe reinvention. So, then, it only makes sense to switch up your hair, no? Days spent out and about under the sun inspire flings with linghter shades--and perhaps more enperimental ones. We turned to Moroccanoil Celebrity Colorist Lorri Goddard, who has worked with Reese Witherspoon, Rosie Huntington-Whiteley,and Chloe Grace Moretz, for her suggestions for new shades you ought to try.


Platinum: Karlie Kloss

"This season, we’ll see a lot more of solid, single-process tones. Ombré has truly had it’s time," Goddard said. "People are going back to solid shades." One hue in particular that's still going strong is icy blonde—see Karlie Kloss.



Golden Copper: Emma Stone

This shade is like and elevated version of your old tweenhood favorite, sun-in. " I love starting with a solid base and then putting a slight mauve tone over it to create a beautiful copper shade," Goddard said. "Emma Stone wears this really well." (We agree.)


Sunkissed Brunette: Emmy Rossum

If you're looking for a less dramatic change, Goddard suggested taking a cue from one of her own clients, Emmy Rossum. "To achieve this, I usually start with a solid color but then add some very subtle variations of highlights," she said, "Get it on with a color gloss or add some high streaks around your ponytail, like the hairline and nape, to feel the vibes of summer."



Blonde with Natural Roots: Miley Cyrus

Good news for you low-maintenance folks: you can get away with minimal touch-ups all summer. "Everyone is growing out their hair to more boho natural vibes," Goddard said, "I’m seeing a lot more of the slightly grown out roots." Miley Cyrus wore debuted a look that fits the bill at the 2018 Met Gala.


Retro Strawberry Blonde: Christina Hendricks

"Like the late '60s and early '70s, strawberry blondes are coming back in a solid process," Goddard said. She said the best example of this was Christina Hendricks' fiery shade.