'Alaskan Bush People' star looks unrecognizable after new makeover
Rain Brown, the youngest member of Alaskan Bush People, uploaded a couple of pictures to her social media accounts that set clear she is not a child anymore.
According to Radar Online, she is only 16 years old but looks like she grew up overnight. She usually shares news about her family and, when Ami Brown was diagnosed with stage four lung cancer, she admitted to being depressed.
Thankfully, she managed to overcome that situation and, as a way to help her followers, she repeatedly writes the hashtag ‘stay strong’ on her posts. Rain was introduced in the show when she was just a pre-teen.
At that point, her hair was long and she wore little-to-no makeup because of her age. Since she spent most of her adolescence shooting episodes of the show, people noticed her physical transformation.
One of the first things she did was chopping off her long hair and choosing a blunt bob instead. As expected, she posted several images of her new style on social media.
Little by little, her confidence started growing as she shared selfies wearing different sunglasses and captioning them with strong, uplifting messages accompanied by the hashtag ‘stay happy.’
Rain started wearing makeup and simple pieces of jewelry as she grew older, but never stopped sharing photos without them to make her followers understand that not wearing makeup was not that bad.
She is clearly proud of her hair as her Instagram profile has plenty of pictures of her playing with her ‘messy hair.’
Now that she is older, she chose a different style – a riskier one – as she chose a short pixie haircut. One side of her head is almost completely shaved.
One of her most recent photos showed how mature she looks as she wore heavy makeup.
Since she is 16 years old and she captioned one of her photos with: “Sometimes all it takes is one special person and suddenly the world doesn't seem so bad anymore,” people have wondered if she is dating someone.
So far, she has not said anything about it and since her family recently moved to Washington, a romantic relationship seems to be out of discussion.