The X Factor’s Louisa Johnson Goes Over To The Lilac Side

The 18-year-old's new hair colour is *so* beaut...

Yep. So it’s safe to say that Louisa Johnson is looking ah-mazing at the moment.

The X Factor winner, 18, debuted a super-cool new hair colour yesterday. And while not everyone could pull it off, she totally does.

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Louisa’s locks are now a soft lilac, which she revealed on Instagram with a pretty selfie captioned: ‘???????.’

Of course, the majority of fans were in love with her pastel look. Comments included: ‘It’s amazing ❤️,’ and: ‘Daring to be different paid off!’

And can we just point out the fact that she appears to be wearing NO make-up in the snap?! Girl, you’ve got some good genes there.

Louisa isn't afraid to play with her style

Louisa isn’t afraid to play with her style

But unfortunately for Louisa, some of her followers wanted to tell her that they prefer her as a blonde.

We’re not sure that’s any of their business, but okay…

One wrote: ‘Go back to blonde ?,’ while another said: ‘Nooooooo I liked ur old hair [sic].’

Louisa Johnson is known for having blonde locks

Louisa Johnson is known for having blonde locks

Hmm. This isn’t the first time Louisa’s caused a stir on Instagram over the past few hours.

She got fans feeling emotional after posting an inspirational quote on her page last night, which told people that they’re ‘perfect’.

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Its hard and its easier said than done – but its so true ?

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It read: ‘Hey you. Yes you. Stop being unhappy with yourself. You are perfect. Stop wishing you looked like someone else or wishing people liked you as much as they like someone else.

‘Stop trying to get attention from those who hurt you. Stop hating your body, your face, your personality, your quirks. Love them. Without those things you wouldn’t be you. And why would you want to be anyone else?’

Alongside the image, she’d typed: ‘Its hard and its easier said than done – but its so true ?.’

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She was soon inundated with messages reading: ‘You always know how to make someone feel good love you lots,’ and: ‘U made me cry [sic].’

Aw. We think all needed a read of that, don’t you?