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Miranda Lambert ditches honey locks

Published 21/08/2015

Miranda Lambert
Miranda Lambert

Newly single Miranda Lambert has ditched her honey blonde hair for a new platinum look.

The 31-year-old singer is newly single after splitting from husband of four years Blake Shelton in July.

And as she continues her hugely successful Platinum Tour, Miranda decided to embrace the title of the concert series by swapping her honeyed locks for a brighter look.

Miranda posted a shot of her blonder hair on Instagram Thursday.

“‘What doesn’t kill you only makes you blonder’ Thanks @leewright_hairstylist and @stylehousesalon for the new do! #platinum #blondeshavemorefun (sic),” Miranda captioned the shot.

The do was courtesy of Miranda’s long-time stylist Lee Wright of Nashville’s Style House Salon.

And Lee said the singer was more than a little pleased with the results of her makeover.

“She had been going with a darker blonde the last six months or so, closer to her natural colour,” Lee told People. “She sat down in the chair yesterday and we both said, ‘Let’s go really blonde again.’ She loved it — I spun her around, like, ‘You’re back!'”

While Miranda was keen to change up the colour of her hair, she won’t be switching up the style.

Instead, Miranda will be keeping her mid-length bob as it fits perfectly with her lifestyle.

“We’re just trying to stay around this of swingy, layered blunt bob because it’s real versatile,” Lee said. “She can smooth it down and make it really sleek or she can put texture sprays in it and just make it look more rock ‘n’ roll.

“The haircut, with that kind of length, it’s not like you have to get it cut every six weeks. If it grows, it doesn’t look that much different. It’s easy for her and she looks great!”

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