Jessica has been experimenting with her hair and it is totally working! She put her hair in the trustworthy hands of hair colorist to the stars, Rita Hazan, for a bleach babe look.
While every blonde bombshell has probably rolled her eyes over the dreadful "blondes having more fun" remark, bleached blonde babes (yes, we all can’t be naturally platinum) are often subjected to beyond irritating questions. You know, the ones that result in facepalms on the daily.
The hallmark of a Dalston girl is her hair – invariably graduating in colour from normal at the roots to a heavily assisted blonde, a defiant shade of pink/green or leopard print. Her stomping ground (and, in those 18- hole Doc Martens, we do mean stomp) is The Strip – the section of Kingsland Road anchored by dip-dye hair punk salon Bleach at one end and snooker hall-cum-hipster hangout Efes at the other. Bleach babe wears band T-shirts celebrating groups who were on stage while she was still listening to Noddy and Big Ears, teamed with an artful mixture of vintage, Topshop and the odd designer splash-out, such as a mini Mulberry or a pair of House of Holland tights… frequently laddered from house party dance-offs. She’s first past the post with any trend, even if it’s represented in microformat through the medium of nail art courtesy of Wah.
Looking to assimilate with the natives this summer? Here’s our failsafe guide to recreating the city’s satnd-out styles. Today’s look: the Bleach babe