Stepping out at the Caudwell Children’s Butterfly Ball, Kaz stunned her fans with an emerald green gown and a long ponytail that gave us major Ariana Grande vibes. The hairstyle was complete with the addition of a full fringe – much to her followers’ delight.
“Serving body, bangs and emerald green realness… yessss,” one fan enthused.
Another added, “This ‘FIT, colour and make-up and hair is STUNNING! Your team did that!”
Meanwhile a third fan commented, “Thanks for blessing the grid” as a fourth proclaimed, “Effortless beauty”.
This new fringe is a look that we also saw on the red carpet for the ITV Palooza for a recent appearance with boyfriend Tyler Cruickshank, where here she wore her hair in a chic updo offset by the fringe.
The 26 year old wowed Love Island viewers over the summer with what fans described as “supermodel” beauty looks, so it’s no surprise she’s continuing that trend in post-villa life.
Proving that she suits just about any hair colour under the sun, over the summer she was spotted with a very 90s inspired beauty trend as she sported a chunky blonde highlighted hairstyle.
In some previously unseen footage before the Love Island finale aired, it was revealed that Kaz’s wigs had been provided by Black-owned brand Free Born Noble for her time in the villa.
In a tweet that since went viral, the brand’s founder Cam Noble excitedly shared the news, along with the clip in which she can be seen helping Kaz getting ready for the live final.
“Yesterday’s experience was one of the best moments I’ve had so far,” she tweeted. “To think a small black owned business from Ireland will be a hairstylist on one of the most watched shows is surreal! @loveisland @itv2 thanks for the amazing opportunity.”
“You did a great job. Her hair looked amazing,” one Twitter user exclaimed, before a second agreed, “She looked stunning. Thanks for making our babe look good.”
We can’t wait to see what beauty look Kaz treats us to next!
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