Madonna Debuts ‘Alien’ Look With Bleached Eyebrows And Pink Hair


Madonna has debuted a new ‘alien’ look on social media and fans have reacted. 

The 64-year-old pop star, who is known for her evolution when it comes to both music and her appearance, took to Instagram and showed off her bleached eyebrows and baby pink hair.

Discussing the new vibe, one fan commented: “I loooooove your pink hair.”

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In LOVE with your pink hair!! Seriously, that colour and length suit you so well,” a third gushed. 

Someone else commented: “Pinkdonna for ever.”

“I just don’t understand how you are so perfect,” a fifth added.

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However, some fans took to the comments section and expressed concern for the star.

“And do a massive amount of retouching after a huge amount of filler Madonna!! I’m so worried about you!! Since 1980 I’ve been loving you, supporting you, I was inspired by you. I’m worried,” one penned. 

Madonna's 'alien' look.
Madonna has debuted a new ‘alien’ look on social media and fans have reacted. Credit: @madonna/Instagram

Madonna isn’t the only star to rock the bleached eyebrow trend in recent months.

Recently, Game of Thrones star Maisie Williams and model Julia Fox have tried out the alternative look, and Kim Kardashian even sported it for Interview magazine’s ‘American Dream’ issue.

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Discussing her blonde look in the interview, the reality TV star said: “I am keeping it for a little bit.

“I feel like in the fall I’ll go dark, just because I don’t want to damage my hair. But, I do think blondes have more fun. I just feel different.”

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Written by Rosario Monachino

Rosario is a content editor at IGV who specialises in film, TV and entertainment news. He has a degree in English and Film from the University of Salford and a masters in Journalism from Liverpool John Moores University.