JoJo Siwa Dyed Her Hair Brown, and She Looks Totally Different

BEVERLY HILLS CALIFORNIA  OCTOBER 14 JoJo Siwa attends the 23rd Women's Images Awards Presented By The Women's Image...Getty Images

When you hear the name "JoJo Siwa," you probably picture the star in bright, sparkly clothes, a big ponytail wrapped in an even bigger bow, and sunny blonde hair. It's a look that's become so synonymous with the 18-year-old that seeing her in anything but feels a little shocking. 

So prepare to be shocked: JoJo Siwa has posted a photo of herself on Instagram with brown hair. It's different, to be sure, but good different! While we love Siwa's preferred shade of blonde, this new soft walnut shade looks just as incredible on her. 

But don't get too attached — the new look is part of a Halloween costume, so it's unclear how long she'll keep it. The 18-year-old decided to dress up as professional dancer Jenna Johnson, her partner on ABC's Dancing With the Stars, for the October holiday and truly went for it. We're talking matching outfits, a special pedicure, and that aforementioned new hair color. 

"It’s almost Halloween…. So today I decided to dress up as @jennajohnson. Made sure I hit every detail from HEAD to TOE!!!" Siwa wrote on Instagram. "Literally colored my hair and painted my toes. Definitely was worth it!!! We are PREPARED and EXCITED for this Monday."

She was also photographed out in Los Angeles in her costume. While it seems like this is just a temporary look, we can't help but wish she keeps it around for a bit. 

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Johnson and Siwa made history as the first same-sex couple to compete on Dancing With the Stars and have become a fan favorite. They have the highest overall score of any couple and their dances continually go viral each week. As Glamour staff writer Jenny Singer put it, "Tell me why I am dumbfounded in the face of this teenager wearing a wig, dancing the paso doble to a song from the Disney Chanel original movie Descendants 2. Siwa and Johnson have a beguiling shared energy, like they've both had their muscles replaced with something slicker and silkier." 

This story originally appeared on glamour.com. 

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Once upon a time, work-from-home days were few and far between, and investing in a setup that you actually enjoyed working from wasn’t necessary. But now that many of us are working our 9-5s exclusively from our homes and apartments, working from bed or scrunched up in a corner of our couch is a thing of the past.

The key to a work-from-home space that makes you productive and, well, actually want to work from home? Spending a little time and effort making your setup as functional as possible. Over the past year, our team has spent time doing exactly that.

From laptop stands that will make your tech neck a thing of the past to little things that’ll make your work days consistently better, these Amazon finds will make your work-from-home space way better than your old office—we promise.





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The buzzword “self-care” is certainly having a moment, but the concept of caring for your mind and body is not going anywhere. It’s easy to get swept up in work, friends, relationships, and to-do lists, and our own wellbeing often gets put on the back burner. Most of us are more comfortable prioritizing other people over ourselves, and we forget that self-care actually helps put us in a better state to provide for the other people in your life. We cannot be the best versions of ourselves if we are not practicing regular self-care and attending to our own needs. 

But self-care looks different to everyone. What makes me feel good may not be so relaxing to you, and vice versa. The great thing about the rising buzz factor of different self-care methods is that there really is no shortage of options. The potential downside is that many of these options come with a price tag (looking at you, pricey bath salts and candles). To help us all add a little self-care into our lives without breaking the bank, I caught up with Morgan Raphael, creator of the Self-Care Society, to put together a list of 12 self-care practices you can start today (and not one of them requires your credit card).

 

Meet the expert
Morgan Raphael
FOUNDER OF THE SELF-CARE SOCIETY
Morgan is a wellness blogger, entrepreneur, and creator of the Self-Care Society, a community and resource for women to prioritize their mental health.

 

1. Start a daily journaling practice

There are so many great options out there when it comes to a daily journal with prompts, affirmations, and quotes. Morgan has her own version (which I love and highly recommend), but it can be just as impactful to simply put pen to paper on your own. Set aside a few minutes at the start or end of your day to do a “brain dump” and release those pent up emotions that may otherwise stay locked in your head.

 

2. Make a daily gratitude list

Practicing gratitude is huge when it comes to manifesting more good things into your life and is an extremely beneficial method of self-care that costs absolutely nothing. Start small by simply listing out three to five different things that you’re grateful for each day. But don’t just scribble out the basics—take time to appreciate each thing on your list and why you are grateful for it. The more gratitude you practice, the more you will find to be grateful for.

 

3. Go for a walk (without headphones)

For me, walks are crucial. I love stepping outside with no destination and no scrolling. I purposely take this time to myself without any music or distractions so I can really tune into my thoughts and how I am feeling. You will be so surprised with the amazing ideas you have and clarity you gain when you just take 5-10 minutes to unplug, get outside, and move the body.

 

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4. Call a friend who always lifts your mood

Is there someone in your life who always seems to know what to say? Or maybe they always make you laugh, even when you’re in a bad mood? Sometimes the best form of self-care is knowing that you need a friend. Don’t take those friendships for granted and don’t hesitate to lean on the people in your life when you need them. Set aside some time in your busy week to connect with a friend, family member, or coworker who will lift your mood. Bonus: Taking this time for yourself will help you be that person for someone else too.

 

5. Write a list of your accomplishments and goals

Why don’t we do this more often? Goal setting is huge for me, but so is acknowledging what I’ve achieved. If you are ever feeling down about something in your life or you’re comparing yourself to other people, take a moment to list out everything you have accomplished (both big and small), and hold onto that list to come back to the next time you’re questioning yourself. Let’s all celebrate our wins a little more.

 

6. Donate 10 items you no longer need

Hello, Marie Kondo! Having moved nine times in the past 10 years, let’s just say I have perfected the art of tidying up. I have no issue saying goodbye to items that I know no longer serve me. Whether that means a Zara top you bought three years ago and never wore or an old stack of books collecting dust under your bed, never underestimate the power of simply releasing things that you don’t need in your life, and bonus points if you give them to someone who does.

 

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7. Indulge in a book, movie, or TV show that makes you feel good

Did you spend your Sunday lounged in front of the TV watching old rom-coms and then feeling guilty about your lack of productivity? Lose the guilt! TV binging totally counts as self-care, and losing yourself in a feel-good show or movie can be a great way to turn off for a bit and recharge. For me, books are the ultimate self-care because it is one thing I know I won’t be multitasking (scrolling) during. Check out these 20 new books to add to your bookshelf ASAP.

 

8. Stretch your legs up the wall

I do this for at least 10 minutes a day, every day, without fail. Legs-up-the-wall is one of the simplest yoga poses and is considered a restorative yoga posture that offers many benefits like helping the body relax and reducing stress. To try for yourself, lie flat on your back with your legs stretched straight up the wall, set your timer for 10-20 minutes and simply relax. Try a guided meditation, listen to a podcast, or even read your favorite book while letting the body be still.

 

9. Listen to a favorite playlist or podcast

Personally, I thrive on building playlists on Apple and Spotify, knowing just what song I need to hear for my current mood. Sometimes that’s a Kygo pump-up song, and other times, it’s a break-up ballad to get those tears out. No matter what your mood, music can totally provide that much-needed release. More of a podcast fan? Choose one based on your mood, whether you need something light-hearted and fun or motivating. Click here for podcasts based on any mood, and click here for 10 of our favorite women-run podcasts. 

 

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10. Meditate

This is one of those self-care practices that looks different for everyone. I personally prefer a walking guided meditation, but many people prefer to do their meditations sitting or lying down, reading or journaling, or without any music or prompts at all. No matter your meditation form of choice, there are many free apps and trackers you can download to start your meditation practice, and even just a few minutes a day can be extremely beneficial in relieving stress.

 

11. Clean up your space

Recently, as soon as my schedule got busier and I left my room in a mess every night, I started having trouble sleeping. Once I straightened things up, my sleeping patterns went back to normal. Coincidence? Perhaps, but clutter in your space directly correlates to clutter in the mind. The cleanliness of your home really does impact your headspace, and you should always aim to keep your home the same you would want it to look for visitors (because if visitors can enjoy it in tip-top shape, why shouldn’t you?). Take 15 minutes before bed to put away laundry, wipe off counters, and do the dishes. 

 

12. Detox your social media

Yes, social media can be a great place to discover new people, brands, and products or to catch up with friends and family. But we also can absorb negative content or get caught in comparison traps and feel bad about ourselves from a social media scroll. Take time to regularly go through your accounts and mute or unfollow anyone whose energy does not serve you. Your goal should be to make social media a place that provides you with nothing but joy and inspiration rather than comparison and negativity.

 

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