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‘You Can Pull Off Anything’: Evelyn Lozada Shows Off Her Darker Locks and Fans are Eating it Up

Evelyn Lozada isn’t a stranger to changing her looks, especially when it comes to her hair. 

The former reality star has rocked a range of colors, including blond, brown and black, over the years. As for styles, Lozada kept it reasonably simple by alternating from curly to straight hairdos.

?You Can Pull Off Anything?: Evelyn Lozada Shows Off Her Darker Locks and Fans are Eating it Up
Evelyn Lozada’s fans are raving over the star’s new look after she dyes her hair dark brown. Photo:@evelynlozada/Instagram

On July 18, the 46-year-old took to her Instagram account and informed her followers she had gone back to her darker hair after sporting an ombre look — which was a mixture of light brown and blond — for some time.

In the post, a full-faced Lozada was seen wearing a black tank top as her long wavy locks draped over her shoulders. Although the mother of two didn’t provide details regarding the change, she did, however, caption the post “La brunette.”

As fans viewed Lozada’s upload, many flooded her comments section with compliments. The remarks ranged from individuals raving over how beautiful she looked to others saying that the star would look good with any hair color. 

“So breathtaking gorgeous.”

“Love the dark brown on you! Gorg!!!”

“Ooo loving your hair so beautiful.”

“Don’t matter the shade you will always be very beautiful.”

“Every color looks good on you!!”

“You could rock any color hair or even Blonde! You are beautiful.”

Among the previous responses, several Instagram users asked Lozada how she maintained her youthful appearance. While praising her new look, one individual wrote, “That looks nice. How is it you keep looking younger!!??” Another said, “You look so young!!! How do you do it?” 

In the past, Lozada revealed the secret to keeping an ageless glow stemmed from having a balanced diet and staying active. Lozada’s diet consisted of consuming lean meats, fruits, vegetables, and a gallon of water daily. 

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