Ava Philippe: Her new hair colour no longer makes her look like mum Reese Witherspoon.
Actually, Ava Philippe and mum Reese Witherspoon look confusingly alike. Not only is Reese Witherspoon's daughter from her marriage to Ryan Philippe the spitting image of her, but her hair is a dead ringer too. So far! Because now Ava Philippe dyed her hair an extremely different hair colour: a fiery red.
"It feels like a rebirth…", Ava Philippe writes on her post with the red hair. Although it's not her first hair experiment, as the natural blonde has also worn pink and purple hair before.
Is this the reason for her new hair colour?
Reese Witherspoon's daughter did not reveal the reason for her hair change. But one thing should be clear: there is certainly no danger of being mistaken for her mum with this bright shade of red.
Red as a trendy hair colour
With her red hair colour, Ava Philippe is not the only celebrity to go red for autumn and winter. Megan Fox also recently wore striking "Copper Hair".
If you're a blonde and want to follow the trend but in a more subtle way, opt for a softer version: Strawberry Blonde. This blonde shade plays with soft, warm accents in the hair, which can also be incorporated with wash-out glossing or a tint. In other words, Strawberry Blonde is the first step towards a more drastic hair colour like "Shiny Copper Hair". Singer Adele and "Bridgerton" actress Nicola Coughlan are already big fans…
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