Billie Eilish admits she wore a WIG for ‘two months’ before going blonde as it took ‘six weeks’ to complete new look

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Billie Eilish admits she wore a WIG for ‘two months’ before going blonde as it took ‘six weeks’ to complete new look

BILLIE Eilish has come clean about her hair color journey, as she transitioned from her traditional bright green and black locks to a bright blonde

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BILLIE Eilish has come clean about her hair color journey, as she transitioned from her traditional bright green and black locks to a bright blonde glow.

The Ocean Eyes singer admitted that her change to blonde was not as easy as it looked, as she was forced to wear a wig for “two months” during the process.

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Billie has been hiding her new hair beneath a wig[/caption]

On Wednesday the singer stunned the world when she revealed her new look on Instagram.

From lime green and dark black to platinum blonde, the artist marked a new phase of her musical journey.

Billie, 19, took to TikTok to admit that she’s in fact been wearing a wig for “like two months” in a video that has now reached over seven million likes on the platform.

Fans were floored as they took to the comments to share their shock over the change.

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A video was shared of her hair transition process[/caption]

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The overall change took ‘six weeks’[/caption]

“THIS WHOLE TIME IVE BEEN LIED TO,” one exclaimed, while another wrote: “BILLIE I HAVE TRUST ISSUES NOW.”

The talented teen’s hairstylist Lissa Renn posted a since-deleted video of the entire hair-dye process, which reportedly took “six weeks” to accomplish.

This past December Billie announced to her fans a plan to change her appearance and begin a “new era” of her musical career.

Her new documentary Billie Eilish: The World’s A Little Blurry marked the starting point of the next phase of her profession.

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Billie’s change comes with a new phase of her career[/caption]

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This was not her first time switching up the hue[/caption]

This was not the first time the Lovely singer has switched her hair color.

When she rose to fame in 2018, she sported a silver-purple shade, then moving to a deep blue color later that summer.

In April of 2019, she went darker, and in July of that year, she added the signature lime green to the top of her head.

This style she kept for some time, though has since made the choice for a fresh start.

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The singer sported silver locks[/caption]

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She had a signature blue look as well[/caption]

Billie was born blonde, and has now returned to her natural platinum hue.

The international star first reached fame at 13-years-old, and in the last six years has reached prolific milestones with 58 overall wins under her belt including seven Grammy awards.

In her documentary she told the cameras that life has not been easy for her as such a young starlet.

“To be honest with you, I never thought I’d make it to this age.

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Billie opened up about her mental health issues[/caption]

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She admitted that she is ‘bad’ at mental health practices[/caption]

“I’m never happy. I feel the dark things. I’m bad at taking care of my mental health.”

In her early teen years, she admitted to hiding razors in the house to “make herself bleed.

“I thought I deserved it,” she confessed.

The incredible talent still lives with her parents Maggie Baird, an actress and screenwriter, and Patrick O’Connell, a construction worker.

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Billie has won countless awards[/caption]

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She and her brother grew up making music[/caption]

She and her brother Finneas grew up around many instruments and were always singing and dancing with their parents.

Billie’s documentary premiered on February 26, 2021 on Apple TV+.

The movie detailed the Therefore I am singer’s rise to fame, and her life on the road with her family and friends.


She commented further on her teenage career, admitting: “It’s funny. When anyone else thinks about Billie Eilish at 14, they think of all the good things that happened.

“But all I can think of is how miserable I was. How completely distraught and confused. Thirteen to 16 was pretty rough.”



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