Rylan tries out a new 'natural' look as he ditches the dye and fans agree it suits him
19.03.2023 - 23:49
Rylan Clark received a flood of compliments as he shared a new look with his fans. The broadcaster said he was going for a natural as he ditched the dye.
The TV and radio presenter, 34, is naturally a red head but is known for his jet black hair and sculpted beard in a matching raven colour. Rylan, who shot to fame on The X Factor in 2012 and went on to win Celebrity Big Brother and present spin-off show Big Brother's Bit On The Side, told his Twitter followers: "I MIGHT try natural for a bit."
And the Strictly Come Dancing - It Takes Two host was urged on by followers as he revealed a fuller beard of his natural colour in a smiling picture of him wearing a sports top. @ShelleLuscombe told him: "Do it! If you don’t like it, you can always go back." And Rylan replied: "Exactly."
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Hollyoaks actress Tamara Wall said: "Your stunning …period." While @LadyFiLahLah wrote: "Do it. You look fab and it is good to go natural. You may find it liberating."
@sindydoll praised: "It’s less severe looking and you look a lot younger! Do whatever makes you happy! Could save a bit on dye though I guess haha." MrsF said: "I think it looks less harsh than pitch black. This softens your face a little. It really suits you xx"
Jan messaged: "The full ginger/strawberry blonde....way to go Rylan IF you go for it ( think of the saving/cost on hair/beard dye) way to go." Another fan altered the photo to match the hair up to the beard to reveal the full effect without dye.
@AtomTom999 asked: "Should we expect silver fox vibes or salt and pepper hair? Either way, you’re gonna nail it." And @junejon79909074n said: "It really does suit
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