Beyoncé Flaunts New Brunette Locks in Catsuit at NBA Game Date Night
Beyoncé Knowles-Carter was the center of attention recently while debuting her new brunette locks and rocking an eye-catching catsuit on Date Night with her husband, Jay-Z.
For many years now, the “Homecoming” star has consistently worn various shades of blond hair, so it was a surprise to see her sporting darker locks last Friday.
Beyoncé sat courtside with her husband of 11 years at the Golden State Warriors versus Houston Rockets game in Texas; she ditched athletic vibes for a full-blown chic appearance enhanced in no small way by her hair.
The singer took to social media with several pictures of her look for the night and showed off the highlighted brunette locks she let flow in soft waves.
According to an article by "Bustle," some of the few occasions Queen Bey has rocked dark hair included in 2014 at the Met Gala, at the 2009 Oscars, at an event in 2007, and during her Destiny's Child days in 1998.
Fans and non-fans alike were quick to call out the claim though, insisting that Beyoncé was lying
Fans seemed to be stoked over the new hair, with millions of likes and comments asking Beyoncé to keep the color.
Other celebrities, including plus-size model and body positivity advocate Ashley Graham, also gave their seal of approval.
“Love the dark hair!!!” Graham gushed.
But it was not only the “Lemonade” singer’s hair that was a sight to behold; her chosen outfit was a wonder in itself as well. The 37-year-old stepped out in a statement catsuit which, according to "Vogue," is a piece from the Paris-based “Marine Serre” label.
The blue-and-red outfit bore a unique half-moon print and came with matching gloves while Beyoncé styled it perfectly with a black patent coat.
She also accessorized with tinted sunglasses, a globe-shaped handbag, necklace, and strappy heels, reminding us once again that she’s not only a phenomenal singer/performer but also a fashion icon.
There have been times, however, when Beyoncé got criticism over her style choices, like in July of 2018 when there was a huge online debate about her natural hair.
It all started after the Bey’s hairstylist Neal Farinah, posted pictures of the singer wearing what he referred to as her “natural hair.”
Fans and non-fans alike were quick to call out the claim though, insisting that Beyoncé was lying about her real hair.
Real or not, Beyoncé sure likes to switch things up, and we’ll have to wait and see how long her new Brunette locks last.