Remember that time you said you'd eventually try the ombré trend one day, in the future, maybe, if you have time...but should you go for it? Would it look good? Should you really try it? (Uh, yes, yes, and yes).
Welp, the time is officially here. And to help free you from your indecision, we rounded up the prettiest celebrity ombré hairstyles to give you hardcore inspiration. Get ready to call your stylist right...about...now.
Yes, even redheads can pull off an ombré. Just stick with a mix of strawberry-blonde and peach shades, à la Stone, for the most natural-looking finish.
You don't need long hair to try an ombré—brightening the last few inches of a bob actually gives the illusion of thicker, fuller hair, like Byrne's.
Take heed, hair-color newbies: Dunn's faded bronze ombré is so incredibly graduated, it feels almost like a non-style (in the best of ways).
Teigen's auburn, caramel, and white-blonde highlights automatically give her waves a piece-y, defined feel.
Starting your highlights near your temples, rather than at your jawline, gives an ombré a super casual and natural feel.
At its best, an ombré should look like you just spent four months chilling on the beach, and Ciara's faded, sandy-blonde ombré is giving us major Ibiza vibes.
Cox's brown-to-gold waves are the perfect example of a classic, blended ombré.
The most subtle of all ombrés, Gomez's auburn-tinted ends feel purposeful, yet not overpowering.
Framing your jaw and cheeks with warm-blonde highlights can add depth to round face shapes, like Olsen's.
If a basic two-toned ombré feels *too* basic for you, try adding in a mix of copper, apricot, and blonde shades for a multi-hued finish.
With chocolate-brown shades melting into golden honey, Khloé's waves epitomize the dark-to-light ombré.
Ever so slightly blonder at the tips, Chung's grown-out ombré feels ultra-polished and bright.
Subtle blonde highlights from root to tip keep Taraji's ombré feeling soft and low-key.