Britney Spears loves changing her hair.
The Toxic hitmaker’s longtime hairdresser has shown that his client likes to experiment with the color and style of her curls after introducing a pastel pink look.
Dimitris Giannetos said: “She likes to change her hair color.
“I suggested trying the pink color because I think it would be a perfect fit [with] their skin tone and personality. “
Speaking to Page Six Style, Dimitris added, “I’ve been working with Britney for almost five years now. She likes to play with her hair color and length.
“I am very honored that she trusts me for all of her hair changes.”
Over the years, the naturally blonde star, who infamously shaved her head in 2007, has had a range of hairstyles, from short bobs to long waves to darker shades.
In the meantime, the 39-year-old pop icon has classified the documentaries about her life and her struggle for the conservatory as “hypocritical”.
Hitmaker “Me Against Music” appeared to target the BBC’s latest documentary, “The Battle for Britney: Fans, Money and a Conservatory,” which aired earlier this month.
And the New York Times documentary “Framing Britney Spears” about the conservatory, under which she has lived since 2008, sparked the #FreeBritney movement.
While Britney is “deeply flattered” by the attention, Britney has criticized such documentaries for doing “the same” as the media.
She started in her long Instagram rant with the caption of a video of her dance: “Gosh !!!!
2021 is definitely a lot better than 2020, but I never knew it would be! ! ! ! So many documentaries about me this year with other people’s attitudes in my life … what can I say … I am deeply flattered! ! ! ! These documentaries are so hypocritical … you criticize the media and then do the same? ? ? ? ? (sic) “
Britney also does not value the “most negative and traumatic times” of her past as a “climax,” while insisting that there are many positive aspects to focus on when listing her plans for the summer.
The “(You Drive Me) Crazy” hitmaker wrapped up her post by denying that her social media posts were written by someone else, as suggested by her former make-up artist, Billy Brasfield.
She concluded, “Pssss, I don’t actually talk to Billy B at all so honestly I’m very confused !!! This is my Instagram !!!! Psssss not a paparazzi guy … I didn’t want you and your crew follow me !!!!! (sic) “
Billy had said, “The content is her, but … the words are NOT how she feels.”
Meanwhile, Britney previously announced that she “cried for two weeks” after the documentary “Framing Britney Spears” was released because she was “embarrassed” by the feature.