Little Mix’s Perrie Edwards Debuts New Pink Hair

The singer has changed up her 'do for the first time in years! It's now a gorgeous bold colour - and we're in love

Our girl crush on Perrie Edwards just got even bigger.

She’s spiced up her signature blonde barnet in exchange for a bold pink ‘do – and it looks unreal.


A photo posted by Perrie Edwards ✌️? (@perrieeele) on

It’s been some time since Miss Edwards switched up her hairstyle. Throwing it way WAY back to around her X Factor days, Perrie often experimented with quirky colours.

Perrie Edwards

We loved the ashy grey locks she sported back in 2012, which were followed by a hot pink under-colour and an adorable candyfloss style.

Oh, and we absolutely lived and died for her luscious lilac mane.

Mandatory Credit: Photo by Kristin Callahan/REX/Shutterstock (2211724l) Perrie Edwards Little Mix at the Hard Rock Cafe in Times Square, New York, America - 19 Mar 2013

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Yup, Perrie has certainly made the rounds when it comes to colourful choices, and we love her for not being afraid to try new looks.

Little Mix arriving at their hotel, London, Britain - 20 Feb 2013

She debuted her latest bouffant on both her Instagram account and Little Mix’s Twitter page, and obviously, fans were loving it.

Want to get the look for yourself? We recommend booking in with a professional hair colourist, or using one of our favourite box dyes at home.

Bright and bold colours like pink do tend to fade a lot quicker than more natural shades, so to preserve yours for as long as possible be sure to wash your hair with low temperature water and with a colour protecting conditioner. You should also invest in heat protection spray and use your styling tools on as low a heat as possible.


A photo posted by Perrie Edwards ✌️? (@perrieeele) on

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We’re buzzed to see if Perrie keeps her pink look for long, and if not, what hair venture she will pursue next.

Looking hawt, lady!

By Catherine Delves