If there’s one lady we can’t take our eyes off when Strictly Come Dancing season hits, it has to be dancer Dianne Buswell. No, we’re not referring to her flawless foxtrot, her enchanting choreography or even the sizzling chemistry she had with partner Joe Sugg. You guessed it, it’s that fiery red mane that gets us every time.
Staying true to her trademark red hue, Dianne recently checked into Russell Eaton in Leeds to update her look with the help of Great Lengths extensions.
Behind the chair
Stylist Stephanie Fielding was the one behind the chair tending to Dianne’s tresses as she applied Neon Red, 150 bonded extensions at 40cm/16” which gave the dancer added length, volume and colour enhancement.
Her hair is her crown
Speaking about her Great Lengths experience, Dianne said: “I have worn Great Lengths for quite a while now. They’re so easy to wear and style, plus I can never feel the bonds in my hair, which has been a problem in the past with other hair extensions. As I’m a professional dancer, I’m required to wear my hair in different styles for each show. Luckily, my Great Lengths don’t cause the stylists to struggle to create the requested looks, if anything, the extra hair helps.”
She adds: “I’m definitely a rock chick, hence the bright red hair. I’m naturally brunette, however, I feel my current hair colour reflects my personality and style best. People know me for my hair, therefore it’s extremely important to me. If my hair isn’t looking good, I don’t feel myself.”
The shiny new, Little Mermaid esque style will accompany Dianne on the upcoming 2019 Strictly Come Dancing tour that kicks off this Friday in Birmingham.
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