Julianne Hough has "fairy kitten vibes" after dyeing her hair this bright shade at home
These days, there’s no shortage of celebs dyeing their hair at home as they remain in quarantine due to the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic. The latest celeb to mix things up is Julianne Hough, who just debuted her bold new hair color transformation on Instagram in some seriously gorgeous selfies.
Hough joins the ranks of fellow beauty chameleons like Hilary Duff, Elle Fanning, Ruby Rose, and Sarah Michelle Gellar, revealing a bubblegum pink hair color. The ends of her hair are the bright pink color, but she kept her roots natural, giving her what she dubbed “fairy kitten vibes.” It’s clear that pink hair is the top quarantine hair color trend to try.
Hough shared two selfies showing off her brand new look, along with a Boomerang video in which she straight-up looks like a fairy pixie queen in the forest. While most of our backyards might not resemble an actual forest, Hough’s new look is surprisingly easy to try at home if you’re feeling inspired by her ethereal princess vibes.
For reference, here’s a look at the Dancing with the Stars alum before she switched things up. Her cropped bob was a brighter shade of blonde at the ends, letting her natural roots poke through—because, you know, quarantine.
Now, here’s Hough’s new “fairy kitten” transformation, which she debuted on Wednesday, May 13th. Love.
Fans in the comments section of her posts immediately expressed their love for her new cotton candy-inspired hue, wanting to know how she achieved the look. While Hough didn’t share the specific products she used for the warm, dusty shade of blush, we’re fans of Kristin Ess’s Rose Gold Temporary Tint. If you already have lighter-colored hair, the temporary dye will help you achieve the same Instagram-worthy color, and it fades after several washes—making it the perfect quarantine hair color to test out at home.
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