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Julianne Hough goes pink

Published 08/04/2015

Julianne Hough
Julianne Hough

Julianne Hough has dyed her hair bubblegum pink because she thinks the hue is the “colour of kindness”.

The Dancing with the Stars judge is most famous for her blonde locks, although she has previously experimented with brunette tresses.

But her most recent transformation is the most drastic to date.

The 26-year-old star posted shots of her new look on her blog, where she also explained her reasons for hitting the dye bottle.

“I love to experiment with my looks by way of beauty products, styling tools and sometimes even taking things a step further – remember last year when I chopped off all my hair? It was a big, bold move but it was so worth it! It felt liberating not to hide behind all that hair. So why did I decide on the colour pink this time? Because pink is the colour of kindness!”

Julianne achieved her new look with the help of her stylist Riawna Capri at Nine Zero One Salon in Los Angeles.

And the Footloose star also enlisted Riawna to offer her blog readers some tips on how to expertly transform their own appearances by getting a pastel hair hue for the upcoming summer months.

“Something about purple hair and green eyes always work,” Julianne wrote in her post. “Blue eyes can pull off pink so well, and with brown eyes it really depends on skin tone, but they have the most potential to pull off all colours.”

Julianne certainly isn’t the first celebrity to have dyed her hair pink.

Helen Mirren famously experimented with the shade as she attended the BAFTA Awards in London back in February 2013. Nicole Richie, Katy Perry, Scarlett Johansson, January Jones and Lauren Conrad are among the other stars who have tried out a pink makeover.

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