At the end of May Sophie Turner surprised her followers with a makeover that added to one of the ‘beauty’ trends of the season. The actress debuted the curtain bangs, also known as ‘curtain fringe’, which favors all types of faces and haircuts and which has become the star cut of spring-summer.
Just a few days after this new hairstyle, the 25-year-old has struck again with a radical change that many of her fans have interpreted as a nod to the character that catapulted her to fame: Sansa Stark (‘Game of Thrones’) .
Sophie has caused a sensation on Instagram with her new red hair that is inevitably reminiscent of the hair color she wore for ten years to play Lord Eddard Stark’s eldest daughter. But this change is not the result of an outburst of the actress, but is due to script requirements.
Sophie changed her natural blonde tone for red hair to give life to the eldest daughter of the Starks for eight seasons
Turner has dyed her hair for her new role in the HBO Max miniseries ‘The Staircase’. Last week it was announced the incorporation of the British to this production in which she will play Margaret Ratliff, one of the daughters of Michael Peterson (Colin Firth) who is accused of killing his wife Kathleen (Toni Collette) after finding her dead at the end of the stairs of his house.
After the end of ‘Game of Thrones’ it seemed that Sophie would not touch up her hair color again. The actress has always taken great care of her hair and her natural blonde color, especially after having to dye her hair twice a week while giving life to the young Stark. Starting in the seventh season, Joe Jonas’s wife asked to wear a wig because she didn’t want to damage her hair further. “I really like my blonde,” she noted when she became Wella’s ambassador.