Pixie Lott is set to launch a new hair colour range, Paint By Pixie, at Superdrug next month.
Pixie Lott is set to launch a new hair colour range.
The 24-year-old singer has teamed up with Superdrug to create the Paint By Pixie line featuring nine wash-out dyes in a range of pastel colours including sorbet, violet and hawaii.
Speaking to the Daily Mirror newspaper, she said: ''I've always wanted to have a beauty range and this is my first one so I'm really excited about it.
''I thought it would be fun to start with hair colours because they're a really good way to experiment with your look.''
She added: ''There are sprays, chalks and wash-in, wash-out colours, they're all temporary and really easy to do.
''I've been blonde my whole life, I don't want to do anything drastic, I just wanted something fun you could do for a party or a festival then wash out.''
Despite having a head full of luscious locks most people are envious of, the 'Cry Me Out' hitmaker has admitted she once
hacked at her fringe with blunt kitchen scissors.
She explained: ''When I was at about 10, my fringe needed trimming and I decided to do it myself. I found the kitchen scissors, they were really blunt but I just went for it anyway.
''The result was absolutely horrendous. My mum was so angry with me. She tried to even it up but she just made it worse. Going to school the next day was so embarrassing.''
Paint By Pixie is set to launch at Superdrug next month.
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