Julianne Hough Just Ditched Her Blonde Hair for This Stunning Shade
When it comes to their hair, some celebrities like to play it safe. They might trim a few inches, or get bangs, or lighten things up, but that’s usually as dramatic as it gets. (We’re looking at you, Jennifer Aniston.) Julianne Hough is definitely not one of those celebrities. The tow-headedDancing With the Starsjudge just went full onred.
According to E!, Hough’s bold new look comes courtesy of Amber Maynard, a stylist at Nine Zero One hair salon in West Hollywood. While Hough doesn't look unrecognizable, per se, we did have to squint at her Instagram to be sure it wasn’t just a pic of a scarlet-haired lookalike.
Hough posed for the big reveal in a casual grey t-shirt and minimal makeup that let her new hue and bold brows shine.
"I have never felt more like ME than I do right now!!" Hough captioned her post. "I have always felt like a red head my whole life, even to the point that I've thought that my future daughter would 100% be a red head!"
She also revealed that she mulled over the transformation for a long time before taking the plunge. "I've seriously talked about doing this for 6 years, ask anyone who knows me...and now that I'm on this new journey, exploring and finding out who I truly am, I said screw it! I feel more feminine and alive and I love it!" she wrote.
Hough has actually undergone a few drastic hair changes in her time — she's tried both a reddish brunette shade and bubblegum pink before — but it's been a while since she's done anything thisdifferent. Considering she was born a blonde, this will likely take some getting used to.
Thinking about seeing what life is like as a redhead? Keep in mind that it’s alotof upkeep — without extra precautions, the tone will fade after just a few weeks. To extend your new color's life as long as possible, you’ll want to shampoo with a sulfate-free, color-depositing formula.
Video: Julianne Hough Debuts New Red Hair: 'I Have Never Felt More Like Me' | Access
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