Shania Twain's "Barbie Pink" Hair Color Is Iconic

Shania Twain just revealed a major hair transformation. On Dec. 6, the singer attended the People's Choice Awards to accept the music icon award, and while her leopard hooded scarf looked nearly identical to the one she wore for her iconic 1998 "That Don't Impress Me Much" music video, she did switch up one thing: her trademark brunette hair, which was dyed into a pastel-pink shade.

In addition to the new hue, Twain's hair was styled into shaggy layers with a swoop bang for loads of volume — which was particularly noticeable when she was on stage. The pink hair color was a playful combination of what looked like bleached-blond highlights and more traditionally pink lowlights, resulting in a multidimensional pastel tone.

Pink hair had a major moment in the last few months, with stars like Joey King, Megan Fox, and Doja Cat being spotted in the shade. Though Twain did not reveal the reason behind the color change, "Barbie pink" has certainly been on the rise this year, especially with the "Barbie" movie slated to premiere in 2023.

If you're looking to usher in the new year with a makeover, consider taking a page out of Twain's book and opt for a bold new color. Take a closer look at her pink hair transformation below.

SANTA MONICA, CALIFORNIA - DECEMBER 06: 2022 PEOPLE'S CHOICE AWARDS -- Pictured: Shania Twain performs on stage during the 2022 People's Choice Awards held at the Barker Hangar on December 6, 2022 in Santa Monica, California. --  (Photo by Chris Polk/E! E
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