We don't know what it is about summer that pushes everyone to try out a new look. Maybe it's the heat, or the boredom from still staying at home because of the quarantine, but whatever it is, we'll take any excuse to give our locks a well-deserved refresh. We've already ran down some celeb-approved haircuts for the warmer months, so it's time to do something with color! And in case you haven't noticed, highlights are the stars' current go-to for their summer locks. Keep scrolling for proof!
1. Kathryn Bernardo
Kathryn Bernardo is sporting a classic ash on ash combo for her summer look. She dyed her locks ash brown, then added ash beige highlights for a bit of lift. Doesn't it look gorgeous with her tan?
2. Gabbi Garcia
We've been in love with Gabbi Garcia's chestnut brown highlights since the day she debuted them on Instagram. They're a stunning choice for morenas, because they'll add dimension and a bit of lightness to dark hair without looking too stark.
3. Liza Soberano
If you've chopped your locks into a bob for the season, level them up with some golden caramel streaks like Liza Soberano did. Doing this on dark hair creates such a flattering contrast, and it also looks amazing as a full head of color!
4. Sarah Geronimo
Even Sarah Geronimo is on on the highlights trend, giving her dark brown tresses some ash blonde ribbons. This is a must-try if you want your top knots and ponytails to appear less plain!
5. Ina Raymundo
Bronde hair colors like Ina Raymundo's are foolproof for an effortless beachy vibe. To make sure you can keep yours all summer, go for a bronde balayage that looks better as it grows longer.
6. Pia Wurtzbach
By far the most incognito take on highlights we've seen are Pia Wurtzbach's sunkissed highlights. According to her colorist Joe Almakdesi, her color is a balayage ombré look with a mix of dark blonde, chestnut, and dark golden honey—the perfect warm cocktail for her skin tone and eye color.
This story originally appeared on Preview.ph.
* Minor edits have been made by the Candymag.com editors.