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From her “boys suck” manicure to her cherry red bob featuring “F*CK OFF” hairpins, Megan Fox sure knows how to make a fiery fashion statement. Her latest statement just so happens to be a three-in-one, featuring a teeny-tiny metal mesh mini dress, pink hair, and her sleeve tattoo. (Thankfully, unlike last year before the Grammys, the only risks she took were fashion and beauty related and there were no broken wrists or concussions.)
On February 4, Fox attended the Jam for Janie Grammy Awards Viewing Party at Hollywood Palladium in Los Angeles, California rockin’ heavy metal, but we don't mean the music. The actress wore a barely-there chainmail mini dress, metallic silver platform open-toe heels, and a black furry floor-length coat. She also wore an intricate piece of face jewelry around her lip, which highlighted her makeup by artist Jenna Kristina using ColourPop Cosmetics.
Other than the see-through mini which was already turning heads on the red carpet, Fox debuted her newest hair color: marshmallow pink. Notably, this is not the first time that Fox has had pink hair. In fact, a few years ago her and Machine Gun Kelly had matching pink hair, lest we forget. Luckily, for this specific new marshmallow pink look, celebrity hairstylist Dimitris Giannetos revealed that they used the Cotton Candy Pink shade of the Amplified Hair Dye series from Manic Panic. If you're feeling inspired by Fox and Giannetos and want to try this color out for yourself, you're in luck because it's currently retailing at just $19.
Cotton Candy Pink Amplified Semi Permanent Hair Dye
Last, but certainly not least, alongside the sleeveless dress and her new pink hair, the Hollywood star showed off her sleeve tattoo. It comes as no shock because Fox notoriously has an impressive collection of body art and is known to go on tattoo sprees.
In true Megan Fox style, she posted her full look on her Instagram page with the caption, “girl interrupted.” One thing is certain, she interrupted the red carpet with this three-in-one fashion statement.
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