Demi Lovato has kicked off the autumn season with a dramatic makeover, ditching her trademark brunette tresses in favour of eye-catching blonde hues. The 24-year-old took to Instagram to unveil her bold new look, inspired by an iconic fairytale character.
Demi Lovato debuted a blonde hairstyle on Instagram
"Goldie locks," the Give Your Heart A Break hitmaker captioned the striking selfie, shared with her 48.3 million followers. To show off her 'do, Demi left her honey-hued locks worn down in cascading curls, which she complemented with showstopping smoky eye make-up and pink lips.
Eagled-eyed fans also noted that Demi might have opted for hair extensions for a completely new look. Although the singer has been rocking shoulder-length hair in recent months, in the selfie she seems to have gone for a much longer length, with her curls cascading a few inches below her shoulders.
She has been rocking brunette hues in recent years
Demi is no stranger to experimenting with her hair colour, having rocked a wide variety of rainbow hues including blue, pink and purple. However, in between these edgy makeovers she has always returned to dark chocolate brown hair, which have become her trademark look, so her new blonde hair makes for a stark contrast.
It's not the first time that the Camp Rock actress has been blonde. In 2012 she also chose to dye her hair into honey blonde hues, adding a blunt fringe to her style for an edgy finish.
Demi had blonde hair back in 2012
It's been a busy year for the star, whose work schedule has been as hectic as ever including her Future Now tour alongside Nick Jonas.
Following her jam-packed few months, Demi revealed that she plans to take "a break" from the industry and the scrutiny that comes with being in the spotlight. "So excited for 2017," she wrote on Twitter to her 39 million followers. "Taking a break from music and the spotlight.. I am not meant for this business and the media."
When one fan asked if she would be returning to the music industry at all, she replied: "It doesn't feel worth it anymore. I'd rather do charity work tbh."