Brad Paisley Talks Hairstyling Skills after Dyeing Wife Kimberly's Hair Amid COVID-19 Lockdown

Brad Paisley has been sharing hilarious peeks into his life at home, including dyeing his wife Kimberly’s hair

Brad Paisley has been sharing life at home while in lockdown, even showing off his hairstylist skills.

The singer who revealed that he has been cutting his own hair since college, tackled his wife’s Kimberly when he attempted to touch up her roots. 

 

In the video, the couple prepares the dye, showing Brad taking the lead, before starting to apply the mixture onto his wife’s head. 

The hilarious post, showed the pair’s playful side as they teased each other while he was applying the dye, he told PEOPLE,  

"I've been cutting my own hair — and coloring hair as well. I'm a jackass of all trades at this point!"

 
Brad Paisley and Carrie Underwood co-hosting the 51st annual CMA Awards at the Bridgestone Arena on November 8, 2017 in Nashville, Tennessee Photo Getty Images

Brad Paisley and Carrie Underwood co-hosting the 51st annual CMA Awards at the Bridgestone Arena on November 8, 2017 in Nashville, Tennessee Photo Getty Images

 

The two have been married since 2003 and have two children, William Huckleberry Paisley,13, or “Huck” for short, named after Mark Twain’s famous character.

Their second son, Jasper Warren was born in 2009, and named after Paisley’s grandfather who gave him his first guitar and encouraged him to pursue music. 

The country singer who was supposed to be performing in California held a live show with his whole band.

 
 

Earlier this month, Paisley reunited with his band to play the first live concert in two months, following social distance guidelines of course. 

The country singer who was supposed to be performing in California held a live show with his whole band, which was streamed on Budlight’s YouTube channel. He said,

“It’s one thing to get together, socially distance and play music - which I’ve done across a fence in the backyard - but it's another thing to have all your gear.”

 
 

During the performance, Paisley had the whole center stage to himself with guitar techs handling his equipment wearing masks and gloves.

Even the camera people could not walk in the same area he was in, with Brad saying, “it’s so weird to not high five anybody.”

 

Paisley who has been touring consistently for almost 20 years, is taking advantage of the time he has at home with his family.

While he acknowledged the pressure businesses and musicians are under because of the pandemic, he says that he is happy to be present at home in a way that he hasn’t been.

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