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Lily Allen: Hair colour dictates my style

Published 11/10/2015

Lily Allen
Lily Allen

Singer Lily Allen changes up her style every time she dyes her hair.

(Cover) - EN Star Style - Musician Lily Allen's lighter hair has inspired her to ditch darker clothes.

The 30-year-old singer seems to have tried every colour under the sun, going blonde this summer (15) and then changing to pink in September (15).

Since going for lighter locks, she's also switched up her style.

"Right now I'm a huge fan of grey, pastel tones and very clean, black-and-white combos," she explained to Germany's Jolie magazine.

But while Lily is happy to go all colours of the rainbow, there's one look she previously said she would never try: shaving her head.

London Fashion Week proved a chance for Lily to show off her new look, attending Vivienne Westwood's Spring/Summer 16 show. But it's not all about the glamour, and Lily feels most comfortable when she can just relax at home.

"I love joggers, I have countless pairs of them," she confessed. "Or I'm happy to just walk around the house naked!"

Even with make-up, Lily prefers to keep it simple. She recently revealed her top beauty tips, which included toning things down for the daytime.

"Save foundation for the night. I try not to wear loads of make-up in the day. Instead I use bronzer to contour and add a touch of NARS Blush in Orgasm for my cheeks - just the right amount of coverage," she shared with Britain's Closer magazine.

"Visit foreign beauty aisles - you can find some treasures. When I'm in France, I buy Bioderma Sensibio H2O Cleanser - it's new to the UK, but it's much cheaper there! It's great for taking off make-up."

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