Days after letting her 8-year-old son do her make-up, the ‘Younger’ star turns to social media once again to reveal her hair transformation from blonde to turquoise.
AceShowbiz –Hilary Duff has taken fans back to her “Sparks” era with her latest major hair transformation. Days after letting her 8-year-old son Luca do her make-up, the “Younger” star revealed that she ditched her blonde look and traded it with a turquoise hairdo.
Taking to her Instagram account on Sunday afternoon, April 12, the 32-year-old actress posted a photo of her drastic change. “yea,” she simply wrote in an accompanying caption of the post. In the selfie, she could be seen biting her lip and wearing a pair of gold hoop earrings as she flaunted her shoulder-length locks.
As fans praised Duff’s new look, they couldn’t help but reminisced her “Sparks” days in which she dyed her hair with similar color. One exclaimed, “Bringing those ‘SPARKS’ vibes BACKKK. If we got new music from you it could fix everything.” A second one gushed, “JUSTICE FOR SPARKS, IT LIVES ON SISTER.”
A third user, in the meantime, quoted the first verse from the 2015 hit by Matthew Koma‘s wife. “TURN THE LIGHTS DOWN LOW AND KISS ME IN THE DARKKKKK,” the fan wrote. Others simply noted that “Sparks” was “back,” and begged her to release a new album.
Duff’s “Sparks”-vibe hairstyle came just days after she showed off her makeover done by Luca. In several Instagram Stories posted on Wednesday, April 8, the former “Lizzie McGuire” star could be seen letting her kid with ex-husband Mike Comrie take control of her palette and lipstick. “I’m getting my makeup done by an 8-year-old,” she said to the camera in one video.
When asked what look he would be giving his mother, Luca simply replied, “I’m not telling you.” But at the end, the result was revealed as Duff stared at the camera to show off her son’s masterpiece which included smudged red lipstick. She, however, positively told fans, “It’s subtle; it’s unique. I’ve never done a makeup like this before, but I like it – especially the left upper part.”
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