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Chezza's new 'do

Our lass Cheryl seems to have been hiding away at home since the whole X Factor hoo-ha. I don't blame her to be honest, but what better way to come back with a punch than with a new barnet? Much speculation has been made already about her new blonde locks, one magazine even photoshopping an image of her to 'mock up' what it may be like... bloody awful and a little bit ginger by their standards. So when I saw this picture pop up on my twitter feed I couldn't wait to get your opinion on it. Look at Our Chezza!


Personally I think the colour looks surprisingly good on her, knowing what her previous blonde experiments have turned out like. The warm tones make her skin glow and the volume gives her a bit of her trademark 'va va voom' too. What I don't like is the fact that one side appears to be quite a bit shorter than the other. Did her boot from The X Factor leave her strapped for cash so she could only afford to get one side done? What's that about? It would look far better all one length, because at the moment I have to say it looks a little bit dated. When were we rocking the 'dual length' look - 2005?!

What do you think? Love or loathe?
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5 comments

  1. I actually really like this! xxx

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  2. I love the new 'do. She looks great! :) x

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  3. I like the colour but I hate the cut/style

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  4. Just a suggestion, not saying this is definitely the case, but is Cheryl's hair shorter on one side because she has it tucked behind her ear?

    I dunno, anyway, I quite like the colour of her hair, I think it suits her :)Much better than the ginger mock ups flying around over the past week *shudder*

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  5. I think she looks gorgeous, but one side IS definitely too long. I can see having one side a bit longer, but this is overdoing it.

    Enjoy your blog!

    Cindy @ Notes in the Key of Life

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