Hilary Duff Reveals A Bold New Look

Hilary Duff traded in her signature blonde hairstyle for a bright turquoise blue bob. The Lizzie McGuire star posted a selfie on April 12 unveiling her new color. She simply captioned the Instagram photo, "‍Yea," along with a shrug emoji.

Duff's husband, Matthew Koma, later revealed in an Instagram Live jam session that he was responsible for the dye job. "I also dyed her hair. I do a lot of stuff around the house," he said to his viewers (via People).

Many fans loved the new look and it reminded them of when Duff rocked an icy blue hairstyle in the 2015 music video for her song "Sparks." In an interview with Elle in January she was asked what the craziest thing she's done relating to her beauty routine and she answered, "Dying my hair blue and pink." Little did she know at the time that a few months later she would try out a blue hairstyle again.

Hilary Duff has had a variety of hairstyles over the years

Although Duff typically rocks a long blonde hairstyle, she's switched in up several times. In December 2019, she shocked fans when she did a big chop and had a bob length hairstyle. She later did a tutorial about holiday makeup and addressed the new look. "I'm just warning you, this might take a little longer than usual because I just chopped my hair off," she said. "After a big change, like a new hair color or cut, it always takes a minute to figure out your face again."

A month later, she started wearing hair extensions. "Whoa @riawna how'd you make my hair grow like this over night??? Cool trick cool trick," she joked in a caption on Instagram.

In addition to experimenting with the length of her hair, she's also rocked a few bold hair colors. "I always go on Instagram, and this time, I just typed in 'light pink hair.' I saw a bunch of stuff and thought, let's do this. When I'm not working, dyeing my hair is a fun thing for me to do. I had greenish-blue last year, and had a lot of fun with it. And on Instagram, a lot of people are doing fun stuff with their hair, so I got inspired from that," she told InStyle in 2016.