Sharon Osbourne has been embracing the same hair cut for as long as we can remember. Yesterday, her stylist shared a new hairstyle for Ozzy's wife and she looks amazing!
Ozzy's wife and the manager has always been a stunning redhead. America's Got Talent judge has been dying her hair for the last 18 years and today she's embracing a more, Devil Wears Prada natural look, and she looks phenomenal!
With the help of the celebrities favourite colourist, Jack Martin, who recently transformed Jane Fonda when she went up to present the most prestigious Oscar won by Parasite, Sharon traded her iconic deep red locks to take on a completely new look with gorgeous white hair. We love it! Her stylist shared a picture on his Instagram with the following caption:
'Another great day in my career welcoming the most beautiful and elegant talk show host and entertainer @sharonosbourne for a complete transformation. Sharon has 100% white hair and she was coloring her hair once a week dark vibrant red for the past 18 years. she explained to me that she wanted to do this transformation long time ago but every time she attempts it ends up with a disaster. Sharon was very tired of coloring her hair once a week and she was obligated to since she is on tv almost every day hosting her popular tv show @thetalkcbs . I didn’t promise Sharen anything but I told her I will try my best, it took me a total of 8 hours from start to finish to get her to a platinum blonde so she doesn’t have to be committed to coloring her hair once a week anymore. I had great time spending my day off with this gorgeous, humble, and sweet soul.'
Sharon revealed that she wanted to change her hair for a long time but she never dared. After Jane Fonda's breath-taking Oscar transformation, where she switched her blonde hair for a more natural grey look, we reckon Sharon saw the opportunity and finally found the courage to trust in Jack Martin to do the same for her.
It took no less than seven hours, according to the hairstylist to achieve this stunning look and we think it's a job well done, Jack!