How Britney Spears’ hairstylist transformed her blond hair to pink

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Britney Spears is thinking pink.

The pop star, 39, ditched her classic blonde locks last week, turning to her go-to hairstylist Dimitris Giannetos for a new light pink hairstyle. 

“She likes to switch around her hair color,” Giannetos told Page Six Style. “I suggested to try the pink color because I believe it fits perfect [with] her skin tone and personality.”

The singer – who has also experimented with darker hued hair and shorter styles in the past – was in search of a pastel shade this time around.

In true Spears style, she shared a series of dancing videos on Instagram to debut the results of the dye job, sporting both leopard-print and shiny green catsuits.

“We had a talk about playing with pastel colors, so when I went to do her hair she was like ‘let’s do the pink!,’” Giannetos revealed, calling the “beautiful champagne pink” color “easy to achieve.”

“It didn’t take a long time [and] was a pretty fast process since her hair is already blonde,” he added.

Although the pink transformation may not have taken long, it certainly wasn’t short on fun.

“It’s always so much fun doing her hair, it’s like a spring break,” he said of his superstar client.

When it comes to style switch-ups in general, it seems Spears embraces a “gimme more” philosophy.

“I’ve been working with Britney for almost five years now, she likes to play with her hair color and her hair length,” he revealed. “I’m very honored she trusts me for all her hair changes.”

If you’re looking to give pastel dye a try too, Giannetos calls the trendy pink shade, “fun, cool and very easy to remove if you get over with it.”

“I’m always saying that life is too short for us to have every day the same hair,” he added. 

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