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Dua Lipa reveals what inspired her to dye her hair red


Dua Lipa’s new album inspired her to dye her hair red.

The 28-year-old pop star was in the studio working on her upcoming third record when she realised that the colour red was a recurring theme in her work and decided she wanted “a little change” aesthetically so changed up her signature dark hair accordingly.

She told Allure: “It was just me in the studio while I was listening to the music [for the new record], and I feel like I just saw the colour red a lot. And I wanted to dye my hair and do a little change.”

Meanwhile, the ‘Training Season’ hitmaker explained that whilst her last album ‘Future Nostalgia’ as being “glitter and glamorous” orientated and explained that her new one has inspired her to be more interested in sporting “dewy skin and clear eyebrows” instead.

But the Grammy Award-winning star has made the conscious decision to not pluck her eyebrows despite an of help from a beautician.

She said: “When I think about ‘Future Nostalgia’, it was very pop and glitter and glamorous in certain ways. Now I’m much more into, like, dewy skin and clear gel in my brows. I don’t feel like I need to get them any darker than they already are.

“A woman who owned a brow bar emailed me and said, ‘It looks like you’re not plucking your eyebrows — let me fix them for you.’ And I was like, ‘I don’t pluck my eyebrows.’ So you’re just saying that my eyebrows are f***, basically? I’m gonna stick with them, because this is what I got. These are the cards I got dealt.”

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