Willow Smith Dyes Her Hair Green


Early last month we learned that burgeoning pop star Willow Smith decided to shave off all of her hair. Today we learn that little Miss has decided to change what little hair she has left. Willow posted some photos on her official Instagram profile that showed off her new hair’do … a head full of short green hair. At least the girl is keeping her hairstyles interesting, ain’t she?

It isn’t easy being green…unless you’re Willow Smith, that is. The 11-year-old pop star has gone through her third hair change in a month by dying her locks neon green. Will Smith’s young daughter posted a series of photos to her Instagram account showing off her new ‘do. In some shots, the Whip My Hair singer poses in a tie-dye T-shirt. In others, she’s seen making silly expressions and mugging for the camera.
It was less than a week ago that the aspiring pop singer lightened her locks to a platinum blonde … She wrote on her Twitter page: ‘I am regular person…. forget that… ‘Nobody has a PICTURE PERFECT life… I am still just a child…’

What a little doll. I love this little girl so much … she is fierce and fabulous and unafraid to express her creativity in any way she can. I love that her parents allow her to be this expressive with her look. Shaved, green, blonde … whatever she does to her hair, Willow Smith rocks the look right. I can’t wait to see what she does next … cuz you know she won’t be happy with green hair for long.


  • caroline

    I think she’s adorable and I think that it’s great that her parents allow her to be creative. However, I’m fairly certain that i had the exact outfit that she’s wearing when I was 11….. and that was almost 21 years ago…………. ugh…….. I’m old….

  • Krissy

    She looks like she loves it! Very fun.

  • Anne Boleyn

    *rolls eyes*
    Planet look-at-me, look-at-me.

    • @Anne Boleyn — She’s a kid, of course she wants attention. And so what?

    • Anne Boleyn

      I feel so honored! *Trent* is talking to me! :-D

      I just meant there are better ways to get attention than dying your hair green.


    • @Anne Boleyn — I mean, yes, you’re right … but we all did stuff like this when we were kids. We’d prolly do much more if our parents let us ;)