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Emily Ratajkowski can pull off any hair style. From a sleek bob to long, flowing tresses, the model is practically a hair chameleon. This week the model and actress decided to temporarily switch up her hair colour and asked fans what they thought of the look.
Born to American parents in London and raised mainly in California, she rose to prominence in after appearing topless in the music video for Robin Thicke 's " Blurred Lines ", which became the number-one song of the year in several countries. Ratajkowski appeared on the cover of the March issue of the erotic magazine treats! She appeared in the and Sports Illustrated swimsuit issues.
Emily Executioner is a 28 page comic book about a young woman who struggles to understand the ethical decisions she faces in a war-torn region. Emily is an orphan adopted recruited by foreign military contractors. If you would like to see more of his art, or hire this man for a commission, visit his DeviantArt page.
Student Emily Reay, 17, has sported the same vibrant ginger hair for the last three years. But on her return lessons following the Easter Break she was ordered to tone it down. Now, during her last year of A-levels, Emily - who is naturally auburn - has been told she is banned from lessons until she changes her appearance.
View on Instagram. Emily Ratajkowski has become known for her signature brown hair, whether it's worn in beachy wavesfuzzy pigtailsor romantic braids. But no one can resist the appeal of a good fall transformation, even a model who seems to have checked all the beauty boxes already: earlier today, Ratajkowski debuted glamorous auburn curls that would fit neatly in any pumpkin-season palette.
A redheaded high school student in England has been banned from classes for being too ginger, the devastated teen said. Emily Reay, 17, of Cumbria, was scolded by teachers who told her she couldn't come back to the Trinity School in Carlisle until she gets rid of her natural bright auburn locks or "tones it down considerably," according to reports. The burgeoning musician's hair, which has hints of orange, had been a "bone of contention" since the beginning of the school year, the news site said. It reportedly falls under the category of "unnatural" hair colors like blue or green.