Jessica Biel has marked the end of the summer by opting for not one but TWO major changes to her hair. The 34-year-old has wowed fans with her makeover which has seen her dye her hair a darker brown, and get a fringe cut in.
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Jessica Biel has gone for a new fringe hairstyle
The actress, who is married to Justin Timberlake, proudly showed off her new look on Instagram while sat in the salon chair, posting a photo montage of herself in the process of having her hair chopped, and then the finished fringe still wet before she had it styled. "FRINGE! by @hairbyadir," she simply wrote in the accompanying caption to her 1.6 million followers.
Jessica had an impressive glam squad on hand to help her achieve the look. To cut the fringe she turned to stylist Adir Abergel, who already boasts an impressive list of A-list clients from Jennifer Garner to Game of Thrones star Emilia Clarke.
When it came to dyeing her tresses into their new glossy shade, the Valentine's Day star turned to Tracey Cunningham, the hair guru to stars such as Chrissy Teigen and Khloé Kardashian.
She has also dyed her hair a dark chocolate brown
Although Jessica has previously rocked a fringe hairstyle, in recent years she had grown out the look, and opted instead for sleek long hair which she often wore in a middle parting. Her new hair colour, a dark chocolate brown, also makes for a major change for the star, who has been sticking to lighter brunette hues with ombré detailing in recent months.
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Jessica has been keeping a relatively low profile in recent months, no doubt enjoying some time off after having produced The Devil and the Deep Blue Sea earlier this year. At the time, the Minnesota-born beauty opened up about juggling her hectic work schedule and being a good mother to her and Justin's adorable one-year-old Silas.
The actress has sported lighter brunette hues in recent months
"I just want to continue doing it all," she told Entertainment Tonight. "It's fun. I mean I know it's hard and it's getting harder because you have to split your time and find that balance but I just so enjoy finding these stories and creating something that I have more of my stamp on as opposed to just giving a performance and crossing my fingers and hoping for the best."