A lot of things benefit from a drizzle of honey – yoghurt, walnuts, fruit, even your hair. And no, we're not talking about putting literal honey on your hair—though it does work wonders for hydration—we're solely on the subject of honey hair colour.
A favourite among celebs, honey blonde is a warm-but-not-too-warm neutral that flatters all skin tones and leaves you with a gorgeous 'just got back from Bora Bora' kind of glow.
We've rounded up our most coveted celebrity looks from Margot Robbie's low-maintenance honey hue to Blake Lively's golden syrup shade. We advise you get your colourist on the phone fast, inspiration is about to strike.
Romee Strijd looks like she invented the term 'golden girl' with this buttery bronde.
Blake Lively is hard to beat in the hair stakes with any shade, but this copper tinged honey is a serious standout.
Living up to the name of Golden Barbie, Jasmine Sanders' colour (and curls) are absolute perfection.
Gigi Hadid shows off a moodier take on the trend with deeper roots and a honey-dipped balayage look.
Honey hues don't have to be overly warm—if cooler tones flatter your colouring, take Amanda Seyfried's lead and opt for a latte-honey hybrid.
A deep side part and cascading waves show off Kate Upton's heavenly highlighted honey.
Blonde, brunette, bronde, Beyoncé can do it all. With colour this fresh, a gravity-defying pony is the only option.
Martha Hunt's golden-blonde mane makes her glowy skin and blue eyes pop.
The darker honey shade up top helps to highlight Elizabeth Olsen's gleaming golden ends.
Julia Roberts looks fresh from a divine vacation with her rich, shiny honey shade.
Karlie Kloss' bright blonde honey hue leaves her skin looking luxuriously luminous.
Margot Robbie embraces the lived-in look, letting her ashier roots emphasise the golden honey ends.
A sleek straight style shows off just how smooth Sofia Richie's caramel to honey blend is. Kudos to her colourist.
Dianna Agron's bright yet warm honey colour is sunny, summery and stunning.
Ashley Benson takes balayage bronde for a test-drive, with her blend moving from a mocha shade to a sunny honey on ends.
Olivia Wilde's honey highlights are placed front and centre, so a middle-parted pony is perfect for showing them off.
Rosie Huntington-Whiteley's honey colour is (appropriately) rose-hued. Part copper, part champagne, it's the ideal honey hue for lighter complexions.
Kristen Bell takes honey and lemon from a beverage blend to a covetable colour—deliciously good.
If you ever need a lesson in how to pull off buttery bronde curls, just look to Jennifer Lawrence.