Lady Gaga Wows Crowds in Japan with Her Rainbow Hair

Lady Gaga Wows Crowds in Japan with Her Rainbow HairLady Gaga Wows Crowds in Japan with Her Rainbow Hair

So we are all to aware that we appear to be constantly harping on about the pastel hair trend at the moment, but from where we're sitting, it seems like the entirity of celebsville are currently competing with one another to outdo each other in the colorful hair dye stakes.  Only yesterday we were discussing this weekend’s new additions to the colour pop squad in the form of singer Nicola Roberts and model Coco Rocha, but this morning it appears that their efforts have been well and trully outdone – by no other that Lady Gaga.  Proving that she is well and trully the queen of the beauty gimick, the chanteuse rocked up at Tokyo Airport yesterday for the Japan leg of her “Born This Way Ball” world tour with none other than a thigh length rainbow ponytail.  Yes really. Bursting with yellow, orange, pink, purple and green it made Gabriella Ellis of Made in Cheslea’s recent rainbow DIY job look like a severely amateur affaire.

Lady Gaga Wows Crowds in Japan with Her Rainbow Hair

Needless to say that the hundreds of uber trendy Japanese fans who had been waiting at Narita International Airport went wild for the showy rainbow pony, platform heels and leather dress combo. Having left the airport she tweeted “Thank u for the sweet welcome Tokyo -Your spirit is a rainbow like my hair."  All of this leaves us unsuprised at the news that a blue and white tea-cup which the style power house once used was auctioned off for $75,000 in Japan over the weekend, with the money going to a foundation that helps local artists who were affected by the devastating tsunami last year. Genius!



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