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James Franco unveils rainbow hair

Published 10/08/2016

James Franco
James Franco

James Franco has dyed his hair in rainbow shades for rapper RiFF RAFF's new video, Made in America.

James Franco has unveiled a new rainbow-inspired hair style.

The Hollywood actor is no stranger to changing up his look for film roles, sporting everything from cornrows and gold teeth for his role as Alien in Spring Breakers, to going blonde for I Am Michael.

His latest hair style blows all the others out the water though, with 38-year-old James showing off new shoulder length hair, starting from white blonde at the roots, blending into pink and finishing in an aqua blue shade.

“MADE in AMERICA RIFF RAFF (@jodyhighroller) video dropping soon!!!” he captioned the shot.

When James starred in Spring Breakers, many people drew comparisons between his look and that of rapper RiFF RAFF, who is known for gold teeth, cornrowed hair and loud clothes. He’s also a fan of dying his hair a variety of colours, including a similar style to James’ new do in the past.

There had been reports of a feud when James appeared to copy RiFF RAFF, also known as Jody HiGHROLLER, in the 2013 film, but it seems that’s well and truly behind them now, with the pair teaming up for the rapper’s new track Made in America.

RiFF RAFF was also updating fans about the new venture on social media, sharing James’ Instagram post and adding: “THE WORLD iSNT READY.”

He further posted: “JUST GOT MY VERSACE COTTON CANDY HAiR PERM PRESSED FOR MY "ONLY iN AMERiCA" ViDEO.”

James isn’t the only A-lister showing off a new look; Kylie Jenner has also paid a visit to a colourist, opting for bright red. The fresh style coincides with the reality TV star’s 19th birthday, and she took to Instagram to show it off. Uploading a sideways shot of herself, Kylie wears her hair in tight braids, with a lipstick kiss mark, colour matched to her hair, on her left cheek. However, fans have speculated that Kylie's new look could be down to a wig.

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