Home News See All the Celebs Trying Bold New Hair Colors in Quarantine


See All the Celebs Trying Bold New Hair Colors in Quarantine

by ace
See All the Celebs Trying Bold New Hair Colors in Quarantine

Celebrities are like us and start to get a little restless at home in quarantine. One thing they are doing to pass the time is to play with bold hair colors. Everyone, from Sarah Michelle Gellar to Hilary Duff, is experimenting with a new shiny tone – and we really like it!

The best celebrity transformations in 2020: Miley Cyrus, Barbie Ferreira, Jada Pinkett Smith and more!

Now that so many stars aren't working, they can get big with fun tones that they've never been able to do before.

One of the first to try a fresh color was Elle Fanning, who kept it quite simple and stunning with a pinkish tone that perfectly complements the skin tone. Then, on the other side of the spectrum, Duff, who doesn't shy away. On Sunday, April 12, the youngest star shared an Instagram photo of her vibrant blue highlights, simply captioning the “🤷🏼‍♀️yea” selfie.

See all the celebrities who made their own haircuts at home amid the coronavirus pandemic

However, possibly one of the most shocking transformations comes from bachelor student Lauren Burnham and husband Arie Luyendyk Jr., who dyed each other's hair in pastel colors on Easter Sunday. While he went with a silver, she kept hers playing with a light pink. "Alessi was sleeping, so we did one thing + dyed each other's hair, lol", she wrote in the caption. "Now @ ariejr is really a silver fox🦊."

From Dua Lipa to Kristen Stewart, keep browsing to see all the celebrities who spent time in quarantine dyeing their hair in a bold new color!

Listen on Spotify to be treated with us to get the details of all the Hollywood haired love affairs, from the red carpet hits and misses to the street style pros and cons of your favorite celebrities (and no!)


Related Articles

Leave a Comment

10 − 2 =

This website uses cookies to improve your experience. We'll assume you're ok with this, but you can opt-out if you wish. Accept Read More