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Julianne Hough’s Retro Glam Blonde Hair On ‘DWTS’ — Ditches Pink

Tue, April 28, 2015 10:34am EDT by Add first Comment

Bring on the glam! ‘DWTS’ judge Julianne Hough has ditched her pink hair and gone back to blonde. She rocked a stunning retro look on the show on April 27. Are you happy to see her unicorn hair gone?

Julianne Hough, 26, seemed to be having so much fun with her bright pink hair, but she’s ditched her pastel locks for a look that’s one of our favorites yet! She judged Dancing With The Stars on April 27 and she was oozing old Hollywood glamour. Are you loving her style as much as we are? Get into her look below.

Julianne Hough’s Retro Hair On ‘DWTS’ — Ditches Pink For Blonde Hollywood Glamour

When it comes to hairstyles, Julianne has proven that she can pull off practically any look! She was beautiful with longer hair and we loved her edgy pixie cut, and now that she’s rocking a bob, she’s still showing her versatility.

Julianne dyed her hair pink just in time for Coachella, but the ‘do was clearly temporary as she’s now back to blonde! Goodbye Coachella, goodbye unicorn!

Our fave Dancing With The Stars judge wasn’t the only star who temporarily took the pastel plunge. Amber Rose rocked bright blue hair for just one day, and Kylie Jenner is constantly changing her wigs!

Riawna Capri Styles Julianne Hough’s Hair

If there was any way for Julianne to reintroduce her blonde hair to the world, this was it! Her hairstylist, Riawna Capri, outdid herself once again with this look and we are loving the err of sophistication that she gave Julianne.

Her hair was styled in a side part and smoothed at the roots before flowing into soft brushed out pin curls for a glamourous old Hollywood look. To compliment her gorgeous hair, her makeup was a beautiful natural palette with a deep nude lipstick, rosy cheeks, and a glowing complexion. Love it!

As great as Julianne looked with her fun pink hair, we have to say that her blonde locks are definitely her best look! Do you agree? Tell us what you think in the comments below.

— Kindra Bailey