Chrishell Stause debuts new curly hair and wet-look fringe in sheer mini dress

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Suffice to say, Chrishell Stause is serving up an abundance of hair inspo this summer. There’s been mermaid waves, sky-high ponytails, a shorter, choppier lob and Hollywood up 'dos alongside her signature cascading curls. Now, for the Fourth Annual Critics Choice Real TV Awards, the Selling Sunset star has switched up her hairstyle yet again.

Appearing at the event with a wet-look long fringe and tight curls tied up in an up do, it's an all new look for the Selling Sunset star. As was her outfit choice, a sleeveless dress with a scoop neck design and sheer finish, which was designed by A-list favourite Natalia Fedner.

Photo credit: David Livingston
Photo credit: David Livingston

Of course, this isn’t the first time Stause has experimented with her hair for an event. During the recent MTV Movie & TV Awards, when the Selling Sunset star, 40, accepted her award for best reality star, the Netflix star wore shoulder-skimming hair with a sharper cut and blonder highlights. In her speech, Stause expressed gratitude for the positive response she received after making her new romance public.

Meanwhile, at the People’s Choice Awards 2021, she switched up her signature sun-kissed waves for dark chocolate brown lengths, worn with a floor length red dress.

The haircare secret she swears by? The Color Wow Raise the Root Thicken + Lift Spray. 'I love that this spray helps with volume at the top. When I’m not styling my hair with heat, I still want it to have some volume at the top,' she told The Cut. 'I have naturally straight hair, but it can be kind of sad and flat on its own. I don’t like to put heat on my hair unless I have to, and this works even on day-three hair.'

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