Lily Allen shows off a bold new hairstyle - see it here
Lily Allen showed off her new blonde locks last night, at an after party for the Noel Fielding Cancer Trust concert.
It's been a turbulent year so far for the Smile singer, but in the spirit of blondes having more fun, she spent the evening playfully posing for the cameras, clearly revelling in her new light 'do.
The colour is a bold change for Lily, and London Hairdresser of the Year Karine Jackson advises that if you want to copy her look, and go from dark to light, then you may struggle to get that perfect look first time .
She advises, 'Going blonde from a colour as dark as Lily's is no easy task, even for the most experience colourist. If your hair is already coloured, it may not be possible to get the desired result in one go so it could be better to go for an in-between colour that you like to help bridge the gap.'
She adds, 'When you're in the spotlight like Lily it's very brave to go from dark to light and all the elements are against her getting a perfect result the first time.'
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