Millie Bobby Brown: Styles Her LongBlonde Hair In Curls During SalonMakeover

After moving blond, Millie Bobby Brown gave herself another hair transplant: mermaid waves!

Millie Bobby Brown, 16, dropped from the salon for a miniature hair makeover! The famous Stranger Thing star’s ombré blonde hair, usually straight, was styled to long mermaid waves during last summer. 

Post which, the Netflix princess shared the before and after photos for her Instagram on June 23, also hosted a survey: “straight or curly.”

Millie’s followers and friends took to the remarks section with their votes! “Directly with that outfit but enjoy it both ways [heart emojis],” actress Larsen Thompson wrote, imagining Millie’s cropped denim jacket, fitting jeans, and a plain white blouse. Not everybody, although others agreed! “Curly for sure,” beauty guru James Charles commented, while some could not decide — celebrity Madison Lewis wrote, “The two!!” For many, hair was irrelevant. Her fellow Netflix icon Joey King gushed, “Omg Millie [flame emoji].”

She has been experimenting with her hair as of late, precisely like any teenager! However, Millie looked as though she had been far from Hawkins, Indiana, when she disclosed her long blonde hairstyle in an Instagram post on June 12. 

She does not need to worry about returning to a specific hairstyle anytime soon; it appears because the coronavirus pandemic has stopped production on Season 4 of Stranger Things. But on June 18, the show’s Twitter account revealed that it ended writing the whole season — so there’s that!

While Millie has been showing her off to Instagram, she’s also been making sure to take advantage of her 33.5 million followings to bring light to the Dark Lives Matter movement. She’s got way more to go. 

Godzilla: King of the Monsters star joined numerous other celebrities such as 

  • Nicki Minaj, 
  • Russell Wilson, and 
  • Justin Bieber. 

While using their platforms to fight racism with Instagram posts that provided solidarity and called to action, Millie didn’t stop at the same place. However, she’s encouraged non-profit organizations such as Young Black Artists and The Conscious Kid and most recently provided Aya Chebbi, the very first person ever to be appointed since the African Union Envoy on Youth, the chance to take over her Instagram on June 22.