Makeovers aren’t new in the celebrity world, but some recent ones have been especially astounding.
Demi Lovato has flaunted the entire spectrum of hair colour: from blonde to blue to buzzcut. Recently she debuted a new look on Snapchat: long, dark locks with loose curls that reincarnated her fun and exuberant Camp Rock style period. The selfie was captioned Long haaaiirrrr,” which pretty much summed it up. Thumbs up for rocking a look that never grows old.
Leading lady Sheridan Smith, whose return to the West End stage has been hailed with a lot of fanfare, was recently seen chatting with her fans outside the Savoy Theatre, where she delights audiences in Funny Girl. The 35-year-old actress charmed fans by posing with them for selfies, looking glamorous with evening-style makeup and her blonde hair elegantly swept up. Sheridan’s vibrant peach jacket gave her otherwise casual outfit a touch of summer class.
Supermodel Cara Delevingne chopped several inches off of her celebrated blonde mane in time for Comic-Con in San Diego. Her new tousled and undone style brushes her shoulders, its symmetrical cut framing her face to perfection. Cara is the latest in a series of A-listers to go for ‘midi’ hair- others including Margot Robbie and Mollie King.
Georgia May Jagger went for a complete colour change. The 24-year-old model ditched her famous blonde hue in favour of bright orange locks that she called ‘tango hair’ on her Instagram. Even her colourist confirmed that the change was real by captioning a photo #notawig. Fans are loving the playful new colour choice, which was done at Bleach, the same salon responsible for Lottie Tomlinson’s colour adventures.
Mila Kunis debuted a hair change that has everyone wanting a bob now. The 70s Show actress appeared at the New York premiere of her latest film, Bad Moms, sporting a wavy bob that made everyone think she had cut her signature long hair. As it turned out, it was actually a faux bob, but the style is still majorly copy-worthy and a perfect temporary look for those who are loath to lose any inches.