Why Color Easter Eggs When You Can Color Your Hair?
After celebrating a Hindu festival in India in which people throw pigments at each other, realized the dye wasn’t temporary. “So apparently it doesn t wash out Looks like I m sporting pink locks for the rest of this trip, she wrote on Instagram. #whoops
Another star whose color change wasn’t exactly intended: After debuting an edgy blue tinge, Tweeted, “My hurrr ain’t blue. That sh*t’s PLATINUM” and “just went heavy on that shimmer lights.” #doublewhoops
The long, center-parted hair reminds us of dad Ozzy, but makes the look all her own by opting for lavender, not black, locks.
Two things we still can’t believe: that the 67-year old Dame actually went pink and that her inspiration was America’s Next Top Model.
We suppose it’s appropriate that someone who refers to herself as a meatball would top off her look with hair the shade of tomato sauce.
What does it say about that we were less shocked by her opting for half-dyed magenta hair than by her decision to tone down her look and go with a natural color and little makeup?
We bet whoever did the singer’s two-tone shade, with the yellow subtly fading into the pink, is also the best Easter egg colorist on the block.
In all fairness, the didn’t actually color his hair, but we give him an honorary mention for adding pastel curlers to his man mane.