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Update Your Ombré For Spring Like Jada Pinkett Smith

Still not willing to let go of your ombré locks? Lucky for you, this ever-popular and universally flattering hair color trend is still evolving, and Jada Pinkett Smith showed off a fresh way to rock the highlights that we're still loving. The actress stepped out back in April sporting a toned-down version of the colored ends, opting for chocolatey highlights that start a couple of inches from her roots. The highlights then slowly meander into full-on color at her ends.

Jada's ombré is still a great option for two reasons. First, the highlights start higher up on the hair, making them more subtle. Secondly, the less-contrasting color helps make this look the perfect transitional ombré. So put your anxiety aside; ombré isn't going anywhere.

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