As you know, the popular Russian ballerina Anastasia Volochkova actively engaged in their own page in Instagram, and often pleases fans of different photos, and sometimes videos.
So, this time the celebrity has decided to take a bold step and has updated its own image. And it’s worth noting that these changes, some fans may not like, because the star radically changed her hair to ultra-short with asymmetrical bangs.
Volochkova with a changed hairstyle
But only for the hairstyle, the ballerina stopped. Few hours because Anastasia showed a selfie with stylist where she got her new shade of hair, almost white.
Volochkova with white hair
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These changes fans Volochkova responded rather ambiguous and remembered that almost a year ago, she also tried to change its image – got a haircut under the caret. However, if enough stars not for long: soon she was again seen with your favorite slicked-down tail.
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