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18 October 2019, 16:36 | Updated: 18 October 2019, 16:41
Emma Willis’ short, dark-haired pixie crop has been her trademark hairstyle for years – but now she’s blonde!
Emma Willis stunned The Circle viewers when season two launched on Tuesday 24 September, as she stepped out to host the show with a vibrant blonde long ponytail.
After rocking a short, darker ‘do for years, Emma’s new look divided some viewers but her sleek long hair looked incredible.
Since the launch show Emma has continued to rock her blonde hair in an array of styles, typically opting for a chic messy bun or low pony.
The Channel 4 presenter has pulled off a number of hair colours over the years, but her latest shade is by far the most drastic change.
We’ve taken a look back at all of Emma’s iconic hairstyles...
Emma’s latest style is an ice blonde ‘do, which she had tied into a neat long ponytail for The Circle’s return.
Revealing her new look before the reality show returned, Emma shared a few snaps of herself on Instagram and her followers loved the new colour.
“You look incredible,” commented one fan, as another said: “Totally love this look on you.”
Before unveiling her long ponytail, Emma kept her tresses in a short style swept off of her face for months.
She gradually went blonde after adding lighter shades into her dark tresses the year before and eventually she became a bright blonde.
Emma has always had voluminous locks no matter her hair colour and the blonde crop was no different, with the hair on top slightly longer and swept off of her face.
Toward the end of 2018 Emma added lighter caramel shades into her dark hair, with golden streaks around the front of her face.
She stuck to her trademark cropped ‘do however, adding even more volume on top.
Emma’s most signature style is her dark brown pixie cut, something she sported for years before she began experimenting with lighter colours.
When she wasn’t adding volume on top for a more glam look, Emma kept the style low-key and tucked behind her ears or in tousled waves.
When it grew longer she parted it to the side for a neat, chic ‘do.