Tulisa today unveiled bright blonde locks as she appeared at the High Court for the verdict of her case, involving her sex tape.
What do you think of the drastic Hair change?
I'm struggling to come to terms with the big difference, it's so bright.
Jason Cocking, Celebrity stylist and Director of Lisa Shepherd London, whose previous clients include Mary Kate and Ashley Olsen, Janice Dickinson and Cat Deeley gives his verdict on her new look:
“It’s quite common that we get a woman come into the salon wanting her Hair change to be part of a wider story – a job promotion, wedding day preparations, but more than often it’s all about ‘washing that man right out of your Hair.
“I love Tulisa and for me this style was symbolic of that – a confident, bold and dramatic return to her roots. That said, the shade is too strong for her skin tone and looks undeniably fake.
“For me, the colour is too block to look natural – I would have kept her roots darker and then blended it out to blonde at the ends.
“Muted tones are what we’ll be seeing far more of this Spring / Summer, a more frosted, dusty golden tone would have worked better with her lovely honey coloured Skin and dark brows.
“Now is definitely the time for her to experiment with her hair, but next time I’d like to see a more natural shade for the fabulously down to earth Tulisa.”
The singer and X Factor judge called on Jamie Stevens and his sister, head colourist Tasha to transform her look after her first attempt turned a patchy ginger.
Tulisa was deperate to get her locks to a champagne sandy blonde, so Tasha got to work on delievering the multi-tonal hue.
Tasha said: "This colour is an expensice champagne blonde and suits Tulisa's Skin tone more than a platinum white would. She's got warm skin and beautiful blie eyes and this really complements her look, it's a lovely classy shade."
The colour took over six hours of correcting, cleasing, deep conditioning treatments and colouring.
Tulisa seems to be thrilled with her new colour and has been tweeting snaps of her new look.
What do you think of it?
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