01:22 EST, 9 April 2014
05:02 EST, 9 April 2014
She unveiled her new ‘slime green’ hair on Monday.
And if anyone can pull it off, Katy Perry can.
The 29-year-old managed to look beautiful with the brightly hued ‘do as she attended a political event in Los Angeles on Tuesday night.
She can pull off anything: Katy Perry showed off her new ‘slime green’ hair as she attended a political event in Los Angeles on Tuesday night
The pop star looked gorgeous in a fitted floral frock that sported a cut-out at the waist at the press event for Marianne Williamson, who is running for Congress.
She paired the vintage dress with chunky black strappy heels and accessorised with a few bracelets on her left arm.
She wore her short green hair loose and wavy and kept her make-up fresh and natural.
Vintage vixen: The pop star looked gorgeous in a fitted floral frock that sported a cut-out at the waist at the press event for Marianne Williamson, who is running for Congress
Meanwhile, the Firework singer flashed her toned leg in a very risque frock that featured a hip-high slit as she posed in a picture posted to her Instagram page on Tuesday.
The pop star displayed her enviable
figure in the glittering blue-and-yellow dress that featured a low-cut
neckline and halter straps.
She wore her newly dyed green hair wavy and unstyled, and lined her eyes in black.
‘Just like a casual Tuesday lewk?’ the singer captioned the racy snap.
She has dyed her hair a number of different colours over the years but ‘slime green’ is a new one.
Katy showed off her latest hair transformation on Monday,
posting a picture of her short black hair, which she has dyed different
shades of green except for the fringe.
She captioned the image: ‘SLIME GREEN FOR SPRING’.
In the picture, Katy’s head is tilted to the side with her curled hair obscuring most of her face.
She is wearing a Chanel necklace and white top in the image as she shows off her two-tone hair.
Transformed: Katy dyed her hair various shades of green but left her fringe black
Katy has been talking about taking the ‘slime green’ plunge since late last month.
She told E! News: ‘I’ve wanted to go slime green for a long time. It’s spring time and I think it’s time to freshen up my look.’
Katy added: ‘I’m really excited about slime green, but I hope my hair doesn’t fall out.’
However, it is likely that this latest look won’t last too long as Katy is known for changing up her hairstyle.
She told E! not long after getting a fringe: ‘I kind of cut my bangs in haste and now I want them gone’
Changing style: In 2011 Katy reverted her natural blonde while she tried out a purple look in 2012
The natural blonde usually sports black hair but has previously dyed her tresses pink, blue and purple.
She also likes to experiment with length and style.
Meanwhile, Katy was busy in Los Angeles on Monday as she filmed the video for her new single Birthday.
Although she was all wrapped up under a heavy coat and hat, her hair had not yet been dyed.
Katy announced last week via Twitter that the slightly naughty song will be her next track to hit the airways.
Taking risks: In 2012 Perry also dyed her hair blue and in 2011 pink was one of her many hues
It will be the fourth single to come from her album Prism – which also included hit Roar – and while it sounds like it is about someone’s birthday it is really a double entendre with flirty lyrics.
Despite its suggestive undertones, the Teenage Dream star revealed some very sweet cover art for the single.
The future cover is a picture of her and her older sister, Angela Hudson, when they were children.
Sitting at a table at a restaurant, in the photograph the siblings wear very similar floral dresses and big bows in their hair.
Posting the ultimate Throw Back Thursday picture on Twitter Katy wrote: ‘In honor of #TBT may I present the cover of my NEXXXT single, BIRTHDAY.’
Party time: Katy released the future cover art for her single Birthday, which is a picture of her and her older sister, Angela Hudson, when they were children
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