Jennifer Morrison just won at autumn by dying her hair a hygge auburn hue
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Even though actress Jennifer Morrison was a brunette during her role in House, ever since starring in the ABC series Once Upon A Time we’ve come to think of her as a blondie through and through. And as she’s a natural blonde IRL too, we just assumed she would stick to her roots.
However, it seems the actress has decided to mark the change in season with a suitably autumnal hue, as she has just dyed her strands a glossy, vibrant red! Now that the initial OMG shock has worn off, her new look is giving us all the cosy, hygge hair vibes. Ready to see it? Here it is in all its glory…
Once Upon A Time star Jennifer Morrison has gone red for autumn
The 38-year-old actress stepped out onto the red carpet at a Chanel Tribeca luncheon and her classic blonde locks were nowhere to be seen, replaced instead by a striking red ‘do. As you can see, she’s gone for a bold auburn shade, which appears to have a slight balayage effect to it, with deeper roots fading into lighter tips.
Having recently cut her long hair to a chic, lob length, Jennifer decided to style her new flaming bob in soft, undone waves, which brought out the multidimensional tones in her hair perfectly. Paired with a swipe of bold berry lipstick, this look has autumn written all over it!
Now, it shouldn’t come as too much of a shock that she’s able to pull off such a bold hue, as some fans might remember that she has actually been red once before, and absolutely nailed the look then.
Editor’s tip: Rocking a similar hue to Jennifer? Give the TIGI S Factor True Lasting Colour Oil a try. Not only will this multipurpose oil add a gorgeous glossy shine to your hair and accentuate the colour, it also acts as a heat protectant, too, to help reduce styling damage.
Looking for more autumn hair ideas? Click on over to our Red Hair page now to see how other stars like Emma Roberts and Sarah Hyland have rocked fiery hues, plus all the inspiration you need for your next colour.