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Celebrities with Platinum Blonde Hair Color
Are you a fan of white hot platinum blonde hair? Over time, many famous entertainers have worn this hair color as their trademark.
Some of the most beautiful and sexy women in Hollywood -- from singers to actresses -- in early film to modern day.
Read below to see pictures of these celebrities with platinum blonde hair color, namely Annie Lennox, Gwen Stefani, Christina Aguilera, Jean Harlow, and Suzanne Somers.
Christina Aguilera with Platinum Blonde Hair
When Christina popped onto the scene as a teenager, people were awestruck at how perfect and striking her features were.
Gwen Stefani with Platinum Blonde Hair
Pop party girl Gwen's hair color always turns heads, and her dark brown eyes beautifully beam out from under her platinum halo. I can't remember a time that Gwen's hair wasn't this color.
If you have naturally dark hair like she does, you can keep your eyebrows dark for a bolder look.
Jean Harlow with Platinum Blonde Hair (above)
Jean was the original platinum blonde way back in the golden days of cinema. She brightened up the sad days of everyday American lives during the Great Depression as people went to the movies to forget their problems.
Billy Idol (above)
Let's not forget the men! Of all blonde male entertainers, Billy Idol was perhaps the most bold with his look. He could have put us women to shame because his spiky hair was rarely ever seen with his roots showing.
Annie Lennox with Platinum Blonde Hair (right)
It just doesn't get more strikingly beautiful than when Scottish-born Annie Lennox went for super-short white blonde hair. Coupled with her porcelain skin and big blue eyes, we were glued to MTV whenever one of her videos popped up.
Although she never wanted to be known for her sexiness, this hair color won her many adoring fans. Annie tried out short brown hair for a while, but she went back to this blonde color quickly.
Suzanne Somers as Platinum Blonde Chrissy Snow on Three's Company (above)
I miss the days of Three's Company, when endearingly ditzy Chrissy Snow lit up the screen with her funny antics in the 1970s-1980s.