Kelly Brook gets 70s-inspired waft fringe makeover and fans are obsessed

Kelly Brook has unveiled her latest hair makeover with fans and, unsurprisingly, they’re obsessed with the new ‘do.

Taken in the back of the cab, the two snaps show the 41 year old with a new Farrah Fawcett-style fringe that’s been cut into her super long, glossy tresses.

It also looks like Kelly’s gone a tad lighter with her colour, as her hair is now much more blonde in tone than we’ve seen in recent months.

“70s Waft courtesy of @lisalaudat1,” she captioned the snaps, tagging her hairdresser Lisa Laudat and hashtagging fashion and beauty icons Farrah and Brigitte Bardot.

This new look suits Kelly down to a tee, so it’s no real surprise fans have been going wild in the comments with praise for the fresh hairstyle.

"Gorgeous Kelly love the hair", one said of the new look, while another added, “You are so beautiful and gorgeous, I love your hair”.

Meanwhile a third said, “Looking great Kelly. Stunning look,” and a fourth enthused, “Absolutely gorgeous!!”

November has already proved to be quite the month for celebrity hair makeovers. Former Love Island contestant Megan Barton-Hanson was spotted with a highlighter yellow hair makeover this week, in a move away from her signature blonde look.

Meanwhile Little Mix star Jade Thirlwall was also spotted wearing Emma Bunton ’s iconic Baby Spice hairstyle in a real nostalgia-filled beauty moment.

Sharing an illustrated polaroid snap to Instagram Stories, the 28 year old posed wearing a sequinned bikini and the handwritten caption “GORGEY HUNS”, a nod to one of her regular catchphrases.

But the real talking point was Jade’s recreation of the aforementioned Baby Spice hairstyle, super high, blonde pigtails that could be straight out of the Spice Girls ’ nineties heyday. A very full circle girl band moment, if you will.

Oh to be a celeb who can change up their hair colour and style as often as they like!

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