Rita Ora's New Platinum Ombré Is Giving Us LIFE

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We want you to stop whatever you're doing right now so we can draw your attention to Rita Ora and the newest iteration of her magical mane. Feast your eyes upon her platinum ombré glow as her waves majestically blow in the London wind. It's as if Mother Nature looked down on Ora, approved of her hair, and sent a gentle breeze to artfully arrange her tresses just so.
The chanteuse was spotted in her hometown outside the Capitol Records building with this Holy Grail of hair color, and we're completely transfixed. It seems like the roots are her usual honey blonde, but the rest is now white-hot blonde from about her ears all the way to the tips. This is some Game of Thrones-level fantasy color. It's not just platinum blonde, the ends are Mother-of-Dragons white blonde.
Stock up on those deep conditioners (we're cringing internally at the peroxide damage), dear Rita, because this hair has "summer" written all over it. Thank you for turning our attention from the suckiness that is the weather and giving us hair-color hope, girl. We owe you one.


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