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Rancic: Long hair don’t care!

Published 15/05/2015

Giuliana Rancic
Giuliana Rancic

Giuliana Rancic has ditched her trademark bob for luscious long locks, courtesy of hair extensions.

The Fashion Police commentator is famous for her trademark choppy bob, which she has experimented with colour-wise over the past few months.

But on Wednesday, Giuliana decided to swap her short ‘do for something a little more glamorous.

The 40-year-old presenter debuted her new look on Instagram, showing off poker straight tresses which appeared to fall below her shoulders.

“Long hair don’t care,” Giuliana captioned the shot.

The mother-of-one is known for her flawless sense of style, and showcases her unique take on the season’s hottest looks at her various red carpet events.

But while Giuliana is often seen in designer garbs, she is often loaned the dresses to show off in front of the world’s press.

And the TV star previously admitted that while she loves glamming up for events, she doesn’t believe in spending huge amounts of money on fashion.

“I think there are some people that take fashion too seriously. I know some people very close to me who are a bit irresponsible when it comes to their love of fashion,” she told vogue.com.au. “There was a time when that was acceptable but today there are so many great brands that are affordable and super fashionable. I don’t think it’s financially responsible to spend your whole paycheck on fashion.”

Giuliana caused controversy earlier this year when she spoke about young star Zendaya’s dreadlocked hairdo at the Oscars.

Commenting that the teenager looked like she smelled of “patchouli oil and weed” during an episode of E!’s Fashion Police, Giuliana was widely criticised for the comment, which many thought was racist.

She later apologised, and both she and Zendaya are attempting to move on from the scandal.

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