Leann Rimes gets ''bored easily'' of her hair styles, and will change the colour of her locks depending on the weather.
Leann Rimes gets ''bored'' of her hair styles.
The 35-year-old singer has admitted she like to ''play a bit'' with her appearance because she gets fed up ''easily'' of her golden locks.
Speaking to Us Weekly, the 'Can't Fight The Moonlight' hitmaker said: ''I get bored easily with my hair, so I wanted to play a bit.''
And the Mississippi-born beauty has revealed she tends to ''switch up'' the colour of her locks, in favour of a ''deeper and warmer'' shade of blonde in the winter.
She continued: ''And [I] switch up my normal blonde for something deeper and warmer during the colder months.''
LeAnn relies on hair experts Justin Anderson - who is the creative director of dpHue - to style her tresses, and discussed with the vocalist about returning to a hair colour she had ''years ago''.
The style guru said: ''LeAnn and I went through past photos of herself and decided on a hair colour from years ago that we loved and wanted to go darker. I love a darker, glossier brunette or a bright, winter white during this time of year.''
Meanwhile, LeAnn - who has been married to 44-year-old actor Eddie Cibrian since 2011 - has admitted her spouse borrows her beauty products.
Speaking previously, she said: ''I had some La Mer and he was like, 'Let me try that,' and he ended up really loving it! I think guys get curious about our stuff every once in a while.''
Whilst skincare is really important to the 34-year-old singer, she admits she doesn't wear much make-up when she's not on stage.
The 'I Need You' artist explained: ''Unless I'm on stage, I don't wear a lot of make-up. The most I might put on is a bit of concealer and some bronzer.
''I love Charlotte Tilbury The Retoucher concealer pen and La Mer The Reparative SkinTint tinted moisturiser.''
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