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Allison Williams worries about effect of dramatic hair transformation

Allison Williams will never understand how people can dye their hair so casually.

Allison Williams can’t help worry her hair will never be the same again after dyeing it bright blonde.

The Girls star unveiled her new lighter tresses in February (17) on the cover of Allure magazine and has since showed it at red carpet events such as the Met Gala on Monday (01May17).

Although she looks fabulous Allison, 29, previously admitted she’s struggling to come to terms with how dry her hair is, urging others to approach such a big transformation with caution.

“Oh my God, I don’t understand how people I know are so casual about changing their hair colour like this,” she mused to Elle Australia, noting her hair now feels “dead” and breaks easily.

“It kind of worries you that it will never feel the same, although, I guess once all of this hair has grown out it will feel the same, but that’s years! I don’t think I ever made fun of someone for worrying about it before, but I would never make fun of someone for worrying about it now. I would be like, ‘Think long and hard for this decision you’re making,’ because you’re going to be living with it every day for a long time.”

Despite the change in her hair texture she’s enjoying styling it, channelling old Hollywood glamour at the Met Gala with loose curls and a floor length monochrome gown by Diane von Furstenberg. Unsure of what the future holds for her locks, Allison does believe many of her ‘dos wouldn’t look as good with her natural brunette shade.

She isn’t the only person who’s had to get used to her transformation though as earlier this year she opened up about her husband Ricky Van Veen’s reaction to it, joking on Live! with Kelly “divorce is imminent”.

“He does like it,” she shared. "(He says), 'It looks so nice, when do you think you’re gonna go back?’"

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