The host of CBS’ “The Talk” mixed things up in a big way when she decided to go more natural with her hair color. The 67-year-old’s stylist debuted the new look on social media after Osbourne admitted to being over being a redhead. The star said that she was obligated to keep her hair the same for her show’s continuity but she vowed to keep it real from now on.
We are not surprised that her hair colorist blew the lid off the star’s new look because believe it or not, a lot of celeb information gets leaked at the salons in Los Angeles. Sharon’s stylist probably had permission to post the transformation but it is still interesting how information is disseminated in Hollywood. The artist behind her color switch, well-known celeb colorist, Jack Martin, shared a split image of the before and after and commented on the whole process.
“Another great day in my career welcoming the most beautiful and elegant talk show host and entertainer @sharonosbourne for a complete transformation. Sharon has 100% white hair and she was coloring her hair once a week dark vibrant red for the past 18 years. she explained to me that she wanted to do this transformation long time ago but every time she attempts it ends up with a disaster,” Matin wrote in the caption of his post.
He continued his statement by saying that they spend 8 hours from start to finish to achieve a platinum blonde look so she doesn’t have to color it once a week anymore.
Interestingly enough, Jack is also the man behind Jane Fonda‘s fabulous gray pixie cut she had at the 2020 Oscars. Yeah, the dude is a heavy hitter when it comes to coloring the hair of the rich and famous. Jane’s color only took 7 hours and Martin described that the 82-year-old worked through the whole appointment and makes no excuses in life.
“For straight 7 hours while I was working on her hair she was writing chapters in her due soon book, and memorizing her lines in the famous tv show Frankie and grace that she is shooting the 7th season now, answering emails and reading her newspapers plus communicating with me and her team with the sweetest, humblest soul, she made me feel ashamed to complain of being tired,” Martin wrote.