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Zosia Mamet: ‘My hair has been through so much!’

Published 19/06/2016

Zosia Mamet
Zosia Mamet

Girls star Zosia Mamet never wanted to colour her hair until four years ago, when the “hair-dyeing fire was lit inside” of her.

Zosia Mamet is sticking with her current hair colour.

The Girls star has experimented with different shades over the past few years, such as pink, grey and brown. But it wasn’t until she had to go blonde for a play that her desire to switch things up with her tresses was ignited.

“I never had the opportunity or the desire before,” she told Racked. “I went blonde about four years ago for a play and then I had to go back to brown for Girls and then I just really don’t know. The fire was lit inside of me in the hair-dyeing desire part of my brain.”

Zosia, 28, has been sporting a stunning honey blonde shade for the past few months. And she has no intention of hitting the bottle again anytime soon, because her locks have suffered extensively from the frequent colour changes.

"I think I’m going to stay this colour for the foreseeable future because my hair has been through a lot,” she smiled.

“I just wanted to try all the colours, so I did, and then my hair got really upset with me. Now I’m sticking with this.”

Zosia found fame playing Shoshanna Shapiro in hit U.S. television series Girls. Her schedule is incredibly busy, but the actress tries to remain grounded by taking regular yoga classes.

“I am a total yoga geek, so I make sure I can do yoga every day,” she said. “Those little things start to create a non-stressed-out human being.”

She also tries to travel alongside her boyfriend for work, so that she can maintain some kind of stability.

"I always try, wherever I go, to try to make it feel like home,” she added. “My boyfriend and I really try not to take jobs when the other one is working so we can travel as a unit, and we bring our dog.”

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