The rise of blondarexia: this is Latest hair craze In Hollywood it involves bleaching your hair so much it frizzles…You need to be pretty brave to follow most fashion trends these days – whether it’s cut out dresses, bare midriffs or thigh-high split skirts.But the latest beauty craze – bleaching your hair so much it is practically white – has undesirable longer term effects.Blondarexia, or, as the Urban Dictionary defines it: ‘Being so addicted to bleaching your hair that it’s almost white, flat, monochromatic, and burnt to a frizzle,’…..
Rachel McAdams, Mischa Barton, Lindsay Lohan and Mena Suvari have all been spotted with pale blonde locks recently.Jennifer Aniston first drew attention to the craze back in February. Her brassy locks surprised fans who are used to seeing her looking immaculate.
Jennifer tried out the look and like magic’ the style got a lot of thumbs up from loyal followers reality TV stars and Lady Gaga – but the eccentric popstar sensibly wears her white hair in wig form.Rachel McAdams turned heads with her newly-bleached locks in Cannes last month where she was promoting Woody Allen’s film Midnight in Paris.
Are you blondarexic? Actresses Rachel McAdams, Mischa Barton and Mena Suvari have all been spotted with very light-coloured hair recently
Misha Barton is also a recent convert. She went just a little too white during a dye-job before stepping out at a website launch on Wednesday night.
blondarexic Mischa Barton
Mena Suvari has also started displaying all the signs of a blondarexia sufferer as she walked around Beverly Hills this week.
Mena Suvari's hair....
Before these actresses, Madonna, Britney Spears, Donatella Versace and Christina Aguilera all subjected their hair to the trend.Unlike other fashionable crazes, which usually encourage you to look your best, this is one that will leave your hair frizzy, brittle and dry – sometimes beyond repair.If that’s not enough to put you off though – and you don’t want to follow Lady Gaga’s lead and wear a white wig – Toni & Guy’s Artistic Director Francesco Fontana has some advice.’Achieving the perfect shade of blonde depends on the natural base and skin tone. ’If a client wants me to create an extreme blonde my first question would be how prepared they are to commit to preserving their hair condition?
'Maintaining a great looking, extreme blonde requires regular intensive conditioning treatments like label.m Intensive Mask and TLC at home with professional products to ensure that hair is kept at its optimum.'One of the most frequent signs of damage is hair breakage, where hair that has been previously lightened is exposed to unnecessary further levels of lift – compromising the Keratin in the hair. 'Another worry side effect can be scalp burns where the strength of peroxide is too strong or the hair is freshly shampooed - it takes an expert eye and a professional colourist to ensure this doesn’t happen so using home colour kits is not without risk. 'Proceed with due caution.'By LAUREN
Blondarexia, or, as the Urban Dictionary defines it: ‘Being so addicted to bleaching your hair that it’s almost white, flat, monochromatic, and burnt to a frizzle,’ this Latest hair craze is spreading like wild fire and my question to you is -Are you Blondarexic: AND WILL YOU BE FOLLOWING THIS LATEST HAIR TREND?..
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