Strictly's Dianne Buswell reveals mermaid hair transformation from £3.5m home with Joe Sugg

Dianne Buswell similing on couch in off shoulder top
Dianne Buswell on 'Lorraine' (Shutterstock)

Aside from her incredible dance portfolio as a Strictly professional dancer, Dianne Buswell is known for her bright red hair.

The Australian-born ballroom dancer, 34, burst onto our TV screens back in 2017 with her fiery red locks which she has maintained since. The star took to Instagram on Friday to show off her latest hair transformation.

Joe Sugg and Dianne Buswell on the beach
Dianne lives with Joe Sugg in Sussex (Instagram)

The dancer shared a video from her £3.5 million home in Sussex she shares with her vlogger and former Strictly contestant boyfriend Joe Sugg, 32. She was seen brushing out her red locks which were unstyled before jumping in the shower in her chic grey bathroom to wash her hair.

Dianne with her red her hair before styling
Dianne showed her hair before styling (Instagram)

She then transformed her locks, styling her hair in bouncy mermaid waves which with the red hue, had her looking like Ariel from The Little Mermaid.

"One of my favourite comments is “wow, your hair looks so healthy and shiny!'. All the colouring and heat that I use on it for shows, this is music to my ears," Dianne captioned the post which has already garnered thousands of likes.

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The professional dancer recently shared that her hair had undergone a change. Having rocked red locks which have increasingly become brighter in tone, Dianne thought it was "time for a change."

Dianne with mermaid waved hair
Dianne's hair was mermaid-worthy (Instagram)

Dianne's stylist Vicky Demetriou swapped the all-over pillar-box red colour for a tamer look featuring ombréd dark roots into brighter ends with added volume thanks to new extensions.

Dianne showed off her gorgeous new look on Instragram
Dianne showed off her gorgeous new look on Instragram (Instagram)

Before Dianne was a professional dancer, she trained as a hairdresser so it is hardly a surprise that between her own skills and those of the Strictly hair team, her ruby red tresses always look on point.

Take a look at how her hair has evolved over the years….

The beginning

Dianne Buswell on Strictly Come Dancing red carpet
Dianne Buswell joined Strictly Come Dancing in 2017 (Getty)

Flashback to 2017 and Dianne made her Strictly debut with red wine-hued locks which fell just below her shoulders and were styled in tight old Hollywood waves.

A slicked-back moment

Dianne Buswell with slicked hair
Dianne Buswell slicked her hair back for the British Academy Children's Awards 2018 (Getty)

In 2018 Dianne Buswell attended The British Academy Children's Awards at The Roundhouse in London with long hair pushed behind her ears featuring gelled-back wet-look roots.

A side fringe moment

Dianne with a fringe in costume
Dianne rocked a fringe in 2018 (Getty)

By the time her second year on Strictly came around, Dianne was sporting a side fringe and a flicky mid-length blowdry.

A half up-do

Dianne Buswell with a half-up-do on red carpet
Dianne Buswell attended BBC Radio 1's Teen Awards with a half-up-do (Getty)

In 2019, Dianne was spotted with her Strictly partner Dev Griffin at BBC Radio 1's Teen Awards donning a neat half-up style with her gorgeous red colour blended upwards to the root.

Off-duty chic

Dianne walking in cargos and cropped tee
Dianne channeled sporty chic (Getty)

Dianne looked effortlessly cool in a cropped tee, cargos, and a puffer jacket as she was seen leaving a hotel ahead of Strictly rehearsals in 2022 with her red hair scraped up into a high ponytail with dark roots showing for a casual undone look.

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Pink money pieces

Dianne walking in red jacket with pink streaks in hair
Dianne had pink streaks put in (Getty)

Shortly after her ponytail moment, Dianne switched it up dying the front strands of her hair, otherwise known as money pieces, candy pink to clash with her red lengths.