Petra Stunt has embraced two of the season's biggest hair trends with a bold new makeover for the summer. Enjoying a night out with sister Tamara Ecclestone, the 27-year-old revealed she has dyed her hair a striking shade of platinum blonde, as well as opting for a shorter length.
Petra Stunt debuted a gorgeous new hairstyle on a night out with sister Tamara Ecclestone
While the British beauty has been rocking long, wavy hair in recent months, she mastered the bob trend, opting for a sleek, shoulder-length style.
Meanwhile, she has ditched her honey-hued blonde shade in favour of an eye-catching platinum blonde colour, following in the footsteps of stars from Khloé Kardashian to Myleene Klass, who have also recently opted for the stunning look.
The British beauty had been rocking long, honey-hued blonde hair
It was Tamara who gave fans a first glimpse of Petra's gorgeous new 'do, as she shared a series of striking selfies of the pair as they headed out for some quality time together. "Sister sister," she simply captioned one of the snaps, later quipping alongside another photo that the pair were staying out "way past out bed time".
Petra showed off her edgy side for the glamorous evening, wearing her hair up in a half updo with a top knot, paired with matte pink lips and striking eye make-up. Meanwhile, Tamara also upped the beauty stakes, wearing her glossy brunette tresses down in a sleek voluminous blow-dry, teamed with nude lips and a hint of eyeliner.
She has gone for a long, platinum blonde bob
The night out marked a rare appearance for Petra, who has been keeping a relatively low profile since welcoming twin baby boys last year with husband James Stunt.
Earlier this year the couple were victims of a terrifying attack at their £66million home in west London, after a lit petrol bomb was thrown at their Chelsea property, before landing next to Petra's Range Rover. Thankfully the pair and their three young children were not at home when the incident took place.
A spokesperson for billionaire businessman James said that they believed the incident was "the action of a disaffected member of the public who disapproves of the Stunts' lifestyle".