Jenna Dewan Tatum's daughter inspired her new hairstyle
Actress and TV host Jenna Dewan Tatum has recently stepped out with a new ombre hairstyle.
Jenna Dewan Tatum took inspiration from her young daughter when trying out a new hair colour.
The Step Up actress and her husband Channing Tatum are parents to Everly, who turned four on 31 May (17).
And when it came to switching up her hair colour for summer, Jenna's hairstylist, Kristin Ess, has revealed that the star chose highlights in a hue similar to Everly's at her latest salon appointment.
"Occasionally Jenna wants a natural, sun-kissed pop of colour in her dark hair, but we both love her dark hair so much, we never part with it completely," Kristin told Glamour.com, adding that Jenna wanted her ombre strands to replicate the medium brown and dark golden blonde hues of Evie's hair.
Taking to Instagram to share a photo of the 36-year-old's pretty highlights, Kristin also explained that she decided to style her hair into on-trend waves. To begin, she applied some of her Kristin Ess Instant Lift Thickening Spray to damp hair before scrunching in and blow-drying using a diffuser on a low heat.
She then worked a little of a water-based pomade into the roots for extra volume, before proceeding to use a GHD straightening iron to put a little wave in Jenna's hair around her face.
"I do this because although I want the hair to be natural and wild and free, I still want it to look like we've got it under control. It frames her face perfectly," she shared, explaining that she finished the look with a little spritzing of Kristin Ess Soft Shine Beach Wave Spray.
Jenna's decision to try out a new look comes shortly after she celebrated her little girl's birthday.
The World of Dance host recently posted a snap of Everly walking down a boardwalk towards a beach while carrying a large backpack.
"But most importantly.....celebrating this little angel turning 4 today....!!!!!! I love you so much little monkey Evie," she captioned the photo, adding a row of heart emojis.
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