Kelly Osbourne Reveals Unicorn-Colored Tresses in a New Instagram Photo
Kelly Osbourne stunned in her latest picture, as her faded quarantine hair color and beautiful facial features came together in what her fans called "mesmerizing."
On Tuesday, the actress and producer showed off her latest efforts in taming quarantine hair, and she looked absolutely fabulous.
Unable to keep up a professional regime amid the novel coronavirus pandemic, Kelly's hair transformed for its usual bright color to a mixture of faded softness that brought out her facial features.
In the picture, the Osbourne's middle child had her head tilted to the side, so her fans can clearly see her parted hair braided and neatly stacked in buns on top of her head. Fans loved the new look as some of them commented:
SHE PRANKED HER DAD
Kelly's stunning look came a few days after her dad and legendary rocker Ozzy Osbourne posted a throwback picture that caused the 35-year-old to take a hilarious trip down memory lane.
It reminded Kelly of a day when she got into "trouble" with her dad, and she shared the funny story with her followers on social media last week as she reportedly wrote:
“When I was a kid, I put a can of soup in the microwave behind my dad’s head and it exploded. I got into so much trouble!”
KELLY AND OZZY ARE CLOSE
But these days she and the rest of the family stay close to the 71-year-old rocker since his Parkinson's Disease diagnoses, which he and Sharon shared with the world at the beginning of the year.
In March, Kelly shared an update on her dad's health as the family did their part to stick to social distancing regulations. Ozzy went to Panama in February to undergo treatment for the disease, and she said that he was "doing really good."
Last month Sharon, Ozzy, and Kelly Osbourne also updated fans on his health when they joined Sharon on "The Talk," which she co-hosted with Carrie Ann Inaba, Sheryl Underwood, Eve, and Sara Gilbert.
Ozzy's been spending much more time at home due to the pandemic and his health than usual, and even though he is still recovering from major surgery done late last year, the rocker said that he is "slowly but surely getting better."
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