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Ashley Tisdale: Brondes have more fun

Published 29/07/2015

Ashley Tisdale
Ashley Tisdale

Ashley Tisdale has opted for a new summer hair shade, but admits she had “never seen” the colour before dyeing her locks.

The 30-year-old actress has sported light locks since starring as Sharpay Evans in hit Disney Channel movie High School Musical and its subsequent spin offs.

But on Monday, Ashley unveiled her new look after hitting the dye bottle for a makeover.

However, the actress admitted she had to be persuaded into the change in appearance because the shade was unfamiliar.

"I've never seen this color before," Ashley wrote on her Instagram page alongside a snapshot of her new look.

“@kristin_ess made me a 'strawberry bronde'!"

Bronde is a new phrase used to describe a mixture of brunette and blonde hair colours.

Ashley referenced Kristin Ess in her Instagram caption – a stylist who has a celebrity client list boasting names including Halle Berry, Lucy Hale and Lauren Conrad.

While Ashley stunned fans with her change of hairdo, she is no stranger to experimenting with new shades when it comes to her tresses.

Shortly after marrying Christopher French in September 2014, Ashley followed in the footsteps of stars including Demi Lovato and Hilary Duff by swapping her blonde hair for blue.

Ashley can currently be seen playing a hairdresser in new CBS sitcom Clipped.

And she admitted in a recent interview that she took preparation for the role incredibly seriously.

“They actually made us do hair-cutting classes," Ashley told Entertainment Weekly. "We learned how to cut the hair and we would cut the wigs and stuff. In the pilot, I got super confident. I feel like I’m pretty good at faking because I’ve obviously spent so much time in hair salons so I picked up a lot of things from people doing my hair.”

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