Emma Roberts’ Blonde Hair & Extensions May Just Be Her Most Dramatic Transformation Yet
Hair chameleon Emma Roberts has to have tried nearly every shade on the color wheel by now. The Scream Queens actor's regular makeovers have become like a guessing game — which hue will she choose next? Whoever predicted that Emma Roberts would go back to blonde hair wins.
In Feb., the actor put her honey-blonde bob into foils and came out a brunette, but it certainly wasn't the first time. Roberts changes hair color about as often as she changes clothes, having dyed it icy blonde, auburn, copper, jet black, and every shade in-between in the past.
On Weds., she posted an Instagram photo of yet another new dye job (that makes twice this year and it's barely even spring!). This time, Roberts has traded in her classic brunette hue for what hair guru Nikki Lee is calling "boho sunrise blonde."
Lee, a co-founder of the celebrity-favorite Nine Zero One Salon, has been the mastermind behind Roberts' constant hair changes for years. Lea Michele, Hilary Duff, and Sarah Hyland are all on the hairstylist's client roster, too.
In a press release, Lee revealed that the actor went light again for an upcoming project, but that she wanted to create a color she's never tried out before (which is presumably pretty hard to do).
"Instead of doing the typical bright blonde, we went for a 'boho sunrise tone,'" Lee said in the release. "Something that felt a bit more undone and effortless."
But they didn't stop at color. Lee — with the help of Julianne Hough's hairstylist, Riawna Capri — gave her super-long beach waves, too. The actor's new extensions took her from shoulder-grazing bob to Stevie Nicks-length instantly.
To top it off, Capri gave Roberts "a long shattered, textured cut" and together, the experts "styled her out with [their] new favorite 'whisper waves,' summer's new go-to texture," Lee said in the statement.
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