LAUREN CONRAD has gone blonder… blonder than she’s ever gone before.
Check it out:
But this time, Lauren‘s gone for a simple, more natural hair change by dyeing it a lighter, California Girl blonde color.
When asked why she made the change, the former reality star told Us Weekly:
LAUREN CONRAD dyed the ends of her hair hot pink!
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But earlier this week, Conrad took a small step outside her comfort zone and went with a very bold color—hot pink! The former reality star tweeted a photo of her new hair color, which she captioned:
LAUREN CONRAD posed topless on the cover of Glamour’s May 2012 issue.
Doesn’t she look amazing?
Lauren Conrad, former star of MTV’s hit reality show “The Hills,” is currently making a career in fashion now that reality TV is pretty much out of the question… but that doesn’t mean she doesn’t have what it takes to be on TV anymore.
Or to pose half-naked on magazine covers, for that matter.
LAUREN CONRAD sparkled in an electric blue sequined dress at her 26th birthday party at Hyde Nightclub in Las Vegas. Check it out:
Lauren, who recently dyed her hair pink, went back to blonde for her 26th birthday in Vegas. The former reality star looked adorable in a sleeveless, figure-hugging electric blue sequined dress, which she paired with plain black pumps.
A high ponytail and natural makeup completed Lauren’s birthday girl look.
LAUREN CONRAD went on Twitter the other day to show everyone she’s dyed her hair pink…the top part, anyway.
“The Hills” alum posted an image of her crowning glory in a bun which looked decidedly like she dipped it in some strawberry-flavored Cool Aid, and piled it on top of her head to get it noticed. It does look like a fun ‘do, in any case.
“My cotton candy bun”
she posted on Twitter.
LAUREN CONRAD admits that she recycles her party dresses. The reality star-turned-fashion designer, who recently designed some party clothes for the Christmas season, thinks it’s perfectly acceptable to wear your dresses over and over again—it’s not a fashion faux pas!
And Lauren isn’t the only one—there are a number of celebrities who like to re-use their outfits, such as future Queen of England Kate Middleton, current First Lady Michelle Obama, and even style icon and fashion designer Victoria Beckham!