Brielle and Ariana Biermann Look Identical with Matching New Brunette Hair in Sister Selfie
Brielle Biermann posted two Instagram selfies with younger sister Ariana Biermann on Wednesday, and the Don’t Be Tardy reality stars — who are the daughters of former Real Housewives of Atlanta cast member Kim Zolciak-Biermann — looked practically identical with waist-length brunette hair parted down the middle and styled in loose waves.
“brunette biermanns,” Brielle, 23, captioned the post, adding several heart emojis and tagging three hairstylists from the Biermann family's go-to for their signature volumized extensions, Arizona’s Habit Salon.
In the photos, Brielle is wearing a plain white T-shirt while 18-year-old Ariana is sporting a white crop top with a sunflower design. Both Bravo celebs are rocking shimmery eyeshadow, smokey brown eyeliner and peachy pink lipstick.
“love you bobcat,” Ariana commented under the post, while hirstylist and Habit Salon owner Chrissy Rasmussen added three flame emojis.
Both Biermann sisters debuted their noticeably darker locks on Instagram earlier this month after making a trip to their favorite Arizona salon.
Ariana (who graduated high school via Zoom in May) decided to go for a serious switch-up — she had Rasmussen dye her golden blonde mane to a dramatically darker chocolate brown hue. Brielle also had her hair colored caramel brown, which left the two looking like twins.
"thank u @hairby_chrissy <33 ur the best," Ariana captioned a selfie video on her Instagram Story that showed off her new hue. In another Instagram Story video Ariana said, "i love you arizona💗."
She showed off her striking new look in a series of photos snapped against a bright blue background and posted them to her main Instagram feed on May 28: "tongue tied🖤" Ariana wrote in the caption.
"How. Are. You. So. Hot?" her older sister said in the comment section, while Kim, 42, added four heart-eye emojis.
Brielle and Ariana traveled to Arizona from their home in Atlanta soon after the state reopened (with some restrictions) after the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic forced non-essential businesses to close their door.
According to azfamily.com, Arizona Governor Doug Ducey announced in early May that salons and barbershops could "open as soon as Friday, May 8."