The 51-year-old No Doubt frontwoman — who broadly shook a full head of hot pink hair back in the last part of the ’90s and mid 2000s — appeared new streaks in precisely the same shade while modeling for an eyewear shoot in Calabasas, Calif., on Wednesday, probably for her own GX by Gwen Stefani brand.
Notwithstanding the smooth of electric pink in her platinum locks, Stefani likewise demonstrated an outfit that mirrored her troublemaker pop roots: a R13 bordered load coat ($1,056) and destroyed panther print shorts ($507), alongside an assortment of specs and a couple of $5,040 decorated cattle rustler boots by Philipp Plein.
A year ago, the “Hollaback Girl” hitmaker opened up to Vogue about her notorious pink ‘do. “In this way, what occurred with the pink hair?” she said. “It’s so evident: If you experience a separation or a huge change in your life, at times you feel free to change your hair to attempt to, I don’t have the foggiest idea, wash whatever emotions those are off of your mind.”
Proceeded with Stefani, “I was truly befuddled right now. I was 29 years of age. I was truly confounded about my relationship. I didn’t have a clue what my identity was. I had fallen off a long visit. I had gotten popular. I got the opportunity to purchase a house. I got the opportunity to move out of my parent’s home. So much had occurred.”
So the star went after the Manic Panic. “I didn’t have any financial plans. I didn’t have a beautician … I needed my hair like cotton treats light hair. I had this vision of what I needed and I wound up with fuchsia pink hair for like a year,” she reviewed.