Belfast Telegraph

Friday 22 August 2014

Kaley Cuoco goes short

Kaley Cuoco

Kaley Cuoco has debuted her new blonde hairstyle.

The 28-year-old actress has joined the celebrity bob trend and unveiled her new hairdo on Instagram last night. First she posted a snap of herself in a chair at a salon and from her posture, holding a hand over her mouth, it was clear she was nervous about the change.

"Here we go! @clsymonds (sic)" she wrote alongside the photo, tagging her stylist Christine Symonds.

Once the cut was done Kaley took to her camera phone again to capture the finished style. Grinning into a mirror wearing a cute oversized sweater and holding a leopard print bag, the Big Bang Theory star gave fans a good look at her style.

"We did it @clsymonds ! Now let's get some color shall we ? @andylecomptesalon (sic)" she added, suggesting next up was dying her new 'do.

Following the change in colour, which completed her transformation, Kaley was quick to share how grateful she was to Christine and Andy Lecompte stylist Vanessa. Hair stylist/salon owner Andy has worked with the likes of Nicole Scherzinger and Jennifer Connelly, who he has photos with on his Instagram account.

"Cut,color, joy, joy,joy !!! Thank u @clsymonds and Vanessa @andylecomptesalon (sic)" Kaley gushed alongside a photo showing off her light blonde tresses.

She also posed with Christine as she wrapped her arms around her friend, captioning the picture: "Thanks to this little gem for giving me this killer haircut !!! @clsymonds (sic)"

It was only recently Kaley tricked fans into thinking she had her hair cut. Again, the actress posted photos on Instagram giving the illusion of her locks being a lot shorter.

"I can't stop! @clsymonds (sic)" she wrote to accompany a photo of her sat biting her finger anxiously.

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