You need to see Love Islander Millie Court's dramatic two-tone black hair colour transformation

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Love Island season is well and truly here. We’re three weeks in, 9pms are blocked off for the foreseeable and the drama and lols are in full flow. Of course, we love taking this time to look at what previous Love Island stars are doing atm, including last year’s winner Millie Court.

Mille, who won alongside boyfriend Liam Reardon, recently opened up to Cosmo UK about the contestants’ genius secret makeup hack and how 'putting on loads of weight' after the show made her feel more confident. She also continues to serve looks on Instagram (Millie was known for her style in the villa), including a surprising hair transformation.

In a recent Instagram post, the Love Island star revealed her new two-tone hair, which involves her signature blonde mixed with the entire underneath section of her hair dyed jet-black.

Fans inundated Millie's post with heaps of compliments for her new look:

'Can’t get over you and your beauty. I’m obsessed with your hair. 🤩🤩🤩'

'Hair was a power move🤩'

'I am loving your hair😍😍'

'Love the hair!!!!!'
'Obsessed with this hair 😍'

'UR NEW HAIR>>'

I mean, they aren't wrong. Of course, she looks incredible and it turns out two-tone hair is a rising trend. Singer Miley Cyrus has recently been sporting blonde and black hair, too.

This isn’t actually the first time that Millie has tried chunky black streaks, either. Back in April, the reality star sported black hair extensions weaved into her blonde hair while attending Coachella – and her inspo for the look? Well, Christina Aguilera, of course.

Sharing a picture of the look back then, she wrote: 'Xtina who? 😜 Coachella day 1 ✔️' and we’ve gotta say, this two-tone hair definitely gives us all the Dirrty vibes.

Only question is: who’s going to try the trend next?

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