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Adele appears unrecognisable with new jet-black hair

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Whereas Adele could shock us every so often with a brand new coiffure – like a fringe haircut or poker-straight strands – we have by no means needed to do an even bigger double-take than over the Halloween weekend when the singer stepped out at her Las Vegas present with jet-black hair. Once we say she appears unrecognisable, we imply it.

If there’s one factor sure on this life it is that Adele is a blonde; it is only a truth. Whereas we could have seen her veer into bronde and even brunette in her OG Chasing Pavements period, that is undoubtedly the darkest we have ever seen her hair. Simply have a look:

There are not any blonde strands in sight.

It appears the brand new hair transformation was in honour of the spooky season (AKA, Halloween), because the singer dressed up as Wednesday’s beloved mum, Morticia Addams. The resemblance is fairly uncanny for those who ask us.

The lengthy darkish black hair was paired with Mortitia’s signature smokey eye, created by Adele’s go-to make-up artist Anthony H. Nguyen, whereas the credit score for the darkish tresses belongs to hairstylist Sami Knight. Effectively performed glam squad, this look is one for the spellbooks.

Now, we should caveat that this new black hair is more than likely a wig (what’s Halloween and not using a few wigs?), however we won’t un-see the Mortitia resemblance. Neither can her followers both, as feedback flooded with reward:

“I THINK WE JUST FOUND THE NEW MORTICIA FOR THE ADAMS FAMILY REBOOT”

“I can die in peace now that I’ve seen Adele as a brunette”

Even the Wednesday Neftlix account commented “Mother 🖤”, whereas some followers likened Adele to a different well-known singer, Cher.

Wig or not, we’re simply pleased to have seen Adele experiment with the darkish aspect.

Charlotte Bitmead (she/her) is the Senior Magnificence Author at Cosmopolitan UK. She has over six years expertise writing about magnificence and has beforehand written for ELLE and The Sunday Occasions Type, protecting all the pieces from politics to sustainability to inclusivity throughout the magnificence trade. When she’s not writing in-depth options, testing out the most recent skincare fad or attempting to determine what nail artwork to get, yow will discover her overspending in bookshops or shouting at Arsenal matches. Discover her on LinkedIn

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