Lily James Shows Off Her Natural Curly Hair Texture In Beach Selfie

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Photo credit: Getty Images
Photo credit: Getty Images

Lily James is quite literally the woman of the hour past few years. Within the last seven, we've seen her transform into Disney's Cinderella, Mamma Mia's young Donna, and even Pamela Anderson in the Pam & Tommy miniseries. And that's just to name a few of the blonde-haired bombshell roles she's smashed. Give the girl an Oscar... or even a break!

Now, post-filming, the actor has gone back to her roots (quite literally) with her natural brunette colour, showing off the style all over our Instagram feeds. And we're not complaining.

From red carpets and glamorous award ceremonies, Lily has not stopped. Until now that is. The star has taken a well-deserved–even if I do say so myself–break from the big screens and has taken to snapping her own pics, like us regular folk, with casual Instagram selfies.

Just two weeks ago she posted a beach snap that got us oohing and aahing over her adorable pup (see said cuteness below). And just when we thought it couldn't get any better, she only went and posted another beach selfie that shows off her natural curly hair texture. Don't you just love being spoilt for choice?!

In the selfie, Lily is sporting those natural beach-y waves and who knew one would have such a gorgeous natural texture? I mean, I could've probably guessed... The Brit also hinted at being on holiday (so jealous) with the caption: "🌴". Other than the emoji, I think the real-life palm trees in the background of her snap also give away that she's abroad. But who am I to assume?

If like me, you too are now hideously envious of Lily and are browsing for a flight to Croatia (don't tell my boss), in the meantime, we recommend using a sea salt spray for that same natural beach wave look, but unfortunately, England edition.

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