Lucy Hale flaunts new black hair style on Instagram – and slays!

Lucy, but not as you know her...

Since wrapping up the final season of Pretty Little Liars, American actress Lucy Hale has said goodbye to her highlighted, brunette locks, and opted for something a little more edgy. That’s right: the star has been spotted flaunting a gothic, black hair style – and we’re so in love with it!

So, if you’re yet to see Lucy’s dark hair transformation, keep on scrolling and give your verdict on her new ‘do, below.

Lucy Hale’s gothic black hair style

 

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Lucy Hale’s new black hair style. Credit: Instagram.com/lucyhale

If you’re already hooked on the Pretty Little Liars series, then you’ll know that Lucy’s character, Aria Montgomery, is renowned for having luscious, chestnut-coloured tresses (which we’re totally envious of, by the way!). But since filming for the series has finished, Lucy has embraced the brief interval and seen it as her opportunity to experiment with a new, more grungy look.

Now, as you can see from the picture above, not only is her mane several shades darker than it was before, but it’s also a lot shorter, too! Debuting her new look on Instagram, her locks have been worked into a dark black hue and a choppy, shoulder-grazing bob. She accompanied the post with the words: “? I go back to blaaaaack”, a clear reference to Amy Winehouse‘s song, Back To BlackCredit: @lucyhale

So, now that you’ve seen Lucy’s new hue, which hair colour will get your vote?

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Editor’s tip: If you’ve fallen in love with Lucy’s new black hair style, and are considering dyeing your locks a shade of raven black, be sure to stock up on the TRESemmé Colour Revitalise Shampoo and Conditioner, to help maintain your colour vibrancy.

But if this ultra-dark shade is a little too bold for your taste, then you can find other amazing hair colour ideas over on our Brown Hair page! In this lovely styling hub, you’ll find everything from mahogany to chocolate hues, all of which will warm up your winter locks.