Saturday 25 October 2014

Curl up and dye...again! Nicole Richie sports funky new hair colour

Aishling Phelan

Published 06/03/2014 | 11:15

She’s part of Hollywood’s chic fashion pack but designer Nicole Richie might have to leave the celebrity style club after unveiling her new purple hairdo.

The star has just dyed her hair bright lilac and shocked fans when she took to Instagram to show off her new lavender locks.

She scraped back her hair into a bun to present her dramatic transformation.

The fashion lover teamed dangling embellished earrings and pristine white fur that emphasised her new purple-hued tresses.

Apart from a slick of black eyeliner to accentuate her beautifully big eyes, the starlet opted for fresh minimal make-up.

‘‘About last night,’’ she sarcastically captioned the photograph.

There was a mixed reaction among her followers on Instagram with some fans loving her new look and others expressing shock.

The popping purple shade is similar to her celebrity pal and fellow fashion devotee Kelly Osbourne’s hair.

The Fashion Police judge steered towards the purple rinse almost four years ago and has never looked back.

Nicole has played with an assortment of colours over the years but for the most part, has remained between honey blonde shades.

The star recently attended Madonna’s post-Oscars bash with rock star husband Joel Madden.

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Celebrity colourist Joel Warren told Hollywood Life that Nicole’s new colour could damage the condition of her hair.

He said the look is ‘‘difficult to achieve without sacrificing hair’s health.”

“Pastel colours fade quickly, so it is important to use products that will help the colour last longer. To keep this bold of a shade, you have to refresh the colour weekly,’’ he added.

The last time the 32-year-old shocked fans was during her jaw-dropping appearance at the Met Gala last year.

She sported a ghostly grey updo which was spiked, showing off her white tips.

The mum-of-two is set to launch a new 1960s-style fragrance this month called No Rules.

 

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