Billie Eilish’s Green Hair is Gone, it’s Time for Bleach Blonde

Billie Eilish, the teen singing sensation, has yet again made a buzz with her new hair. Check out her new look here.

Billie Eilish Changed look

The 7 time Grammy winner, Billie Eilish has revealed her brand new look. Bleached blonde hair with curtain bangs. Her signature hair, black hair with neon green roots although a bit weird, was much loved by her entire fan base. Now that she has changed her look, she looks stunning in this new appearance.

The singing star took to Instagram to reveal her new hair. She posted a video on her official Instagram handle with the caption, “did you guess correctly?” Flaunting her new hair, the video was much liked by everyone. Apart from the change in colour, her new haircut was also evident.

Before actually revealing her new hair colour, Billie had put up a story on Instagram on Tuesday asking, “Can you guess what colour?”

Billie flipping her hair front and back in the recent video posted by her unveiling her new hairstyle has got around 6 million likes within an hour of her posting the video.

Soon after that, she also posted a picture wearing a black hoodie. The picture was captioned, “pinch me”.

Billie Eilish's green hair is gone, it's time for bleach blonde

Among the hair colour which Billie has tried, this is the third change. Previously, she had coloured her hair– teal, jet black, blue and grey, silver, navy blue streaks (prior to neon green-black).

Billie Eilish in fame

The 19-year old American singer and songwriter came to fame when she uploaded a song named “Ocean Eyes” to SoundCloud. After receiving a massive amount of positive response, the song was later by Interscope Records.

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Billie Eilish's green hair is gone, it's time for bleach blonde

Young artist with around 78 million followers on Instagram has won a number of awards. To name some, she has won– Grammy, MTV Europe Music Awards, Brit Awards, American Music Awards, Bill Board Music Awards, MTV Video Music Awards, Juno Awards.

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