georgia

Georgia May Jagger dyes hair an autumnal pastel orange shade

Julie Delahaye

Georgia May Jagger is fearless when it comes to experimenting with her hair colour, and she's once again upped the beauty stakes with a daring new look. The 24-year-old revealed she has dyed her locks an eye-catching pastel orange shade for a striking makeover just in time for autumn.

CLICK TO VIEW GALLERY

><img itemprop=VIEW GALLERY

Georgia May Jagger has opted for a "blorange" shade

The British beauty has been rocking a bold red orange shade in recent weeks, but took to Instagram last week to reveal she had toned down the look by washing out the colour, into what she dubbed a "blorange" shade, with her natural blonde colour coming through on some of her tresses.

Georgia turned to celebrity hair stylist Alex Brownsell to help her achieve the look, but it seems that Mick Jagger's daughter wanted an even lighter shade as on Wednesday she revealed they had once again washed out the colour in "further experiments".

><img itemprop=VIEW GALLERY

She's been rocking bold orange hues in recent weeks

Although Georgia is renowned for her trademark blonde hair, that hasn't stopped her in the past from flooring fans with dramatic makeovers, whether she's cutting in a fringe or dyeing her tresses a mixture of rainbow hues.

GALLERY: CELEBRITIES WITH BRIGHT COLOURED HAIR

The young star also turns heads with her edgy personal style, and recently revealed that she prefers to do her own thing rather than follow particular trends.

><img itemprop=VIEW GALLERY

She is renowned for her trademark blonde hair

"You don't need to follow trends," she told HELLO! at Sunglasses Hut's Shades of You event in New York City. "Invest in things that will always look good. Have fun with the accessories. I always buy new shoes, sunglasses and jewellery. I splurge more on accessories and keep my clothes chilled out."

Despite boasting an impressive modelling career that includes campaigns for major brands such as Rimmel and Mulberry, Georgia admitted that she has considered a route in the film industry –but not as an actress. "I would go into more things behind the camera," she said. "I'm more into working on a movie than being in them."

More on: