Julia Roberts Debuts Spiced Copper Hair on the Critics Alternative Awards — See the Pictures



Julia Roberts is throwing it again to her Fairly Lady days with a recent new hair colour. The actor and rom-com icon hit the crimson carpet for the Critics Alternative Awards on January 15 together with her hair styled in free, spiced copper-red waves. The colour is just like the wealthy auburn brown hue she had beforehand been rocking however bumped up just a few steps to convey a gorgeous heat and vibrance to her look. 

It actually brings out her hazel eyes; I significantly cannot cease gazing how they pop in opposition to the crimson. You possibly can inform me this was Fairly Lady‘s Vivian Ward all glammed up for an occasion with Edward and I would consider you.

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Roberts has been a redhead many instances earlier than, most notably within the early days of her profession, and it is enjoyable to see her return to the shade once more. She paired the copper waves with a peachy-pink blush and matching lip colour, a delicate eye, and a lush darkish lash for a reasonably, basic make-up look that may have been proper at house on ’90s Julia too. (And given Roberts has been working with Lancôme for over a decade, we might wager she’s sporting a full face of the French beauty model.) The brand new hair colour was the right match for her glamorous black Schiaparelli robe with glimmering metallic sequins.

Copper hair colours proceed to be one of many largest magnificence developments, partially as a result of it is really easy to customise to your look and your colour consolation degree. You may tiptoe into the hue with only a trace of strawberry blonde or go full-on vibrant orange-red. Roberts herself tends to stay to warm-toned shades, experimenting with a brunette bob with bangs, a gentle blonde and even a attractive rose gold. She’s even gone copper earlier than, revisiting her Vivian-era crimson again in 2017. Is there any colour Roberts cannot put on?



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