Julianne Hough Debuts a New 60s-Inspired Cut and Color by Riawna Capri

Anne Moratto | February 8, 2019 | 10:05 AM
Hair: @riawna || Makeup: @spencerbarnesla || Styling: @anitapatrickson
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Hair: @riawna || Makeup: @spencerbarnesla || Styling: @anitapatrickson
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Hair: @riawna || Makeup: @spencerbarnesla || Styling: @anitapatrickson
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Actress and performer Julianne Hough has trusted hair artist Riawna Capri, co-owner of Nine Zero One, to take her through many hair moods and looks. Most recently, the BFFs got together to transform Hough to a fabulous shag-a-delic that debuted with a bang! 

 “Goldie vibes all the way!” Capri exclaims. “Very 60s shaggy, organic and effortless. Dimensional color with lots of depth.”

 The look was launched on Instagram and @juleshough has nearly 300k “likes” on her posts revealing the overall fabulousness. The glam squad included makeup by Spencer Barnes and styling by Anita Patrickson.

 “Jules has done it all,” Capri says.  “But she hasn’t done short and bangs! So this look is all new vibes and we are both loving it to the max!”



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