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Kristin Chenoweth has another dramatic hair makeover: Hair extension tips

Kristin Chenoweth has gone from short blonde to long brunette overnight.
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Kristin Chenoweth has had yet another dramatic hair makeover reported Us Weekly Tuesday. The blonde Broadway/TV star has dyed her platinum locks to warm brunette and added ombré hair extensions. Hair extensions are the perfect transformation tool, however, they require a great deal of care to maintain.

“Goin dark is fun,” said Kristin Chenoweth on Twitter the day after her hair transformation. Fans of the 46-year-old “Glee” star undoubtedly remember the pixie hairstyle Chenoweth debuted last November. Kristin wore the short celebrity hairstyle perfectly, but now has opted for length and a darker shade. Apparently Chenoweth was craving an alteration, because as soon as her new look was crafted at Gemini 14, located on 135 West West 14th Street in NYC, the petite powerhouse tweeted, “I need change. I love it!”

Proceed with caution when wearing hair extensions, as the Long Island Hair Care Examiner has witnessed many a hair disaster with women wearing extensions and not caring for them. The best looks come from celebrities, however those who emulate their favorites, might not always have the funds to maintain. One cannot just have hair extensions applied and not visit the stylist regularly for maintenance. A professional will always direct the guest as to how to properly care for the service. Hair extensions are a costly investment, and to keep them beautiful without damaging the hair underneath, a specific regimen should be followed depending on which type of extension was used.

It isn’t apparent if Kristin Chenoweth’s hair makeover is part of her new role as Lily Garland in Broadway’s revival of "On the Twentieth Century" beginning in February of 2015. Chances are the answer to that query is no, as the role has traditionally been blonde, but a wig could serve the same purpose.

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