NCIS star Pauley Perrette Looks Completely Different After Must-See Hair Transformation


Pauley Perrette said goodbye to her role as chief forensic scientist Abby Sciuto on NCIS four years ago, but fans will never forget her character’s gothic style and jet-black hair.

Pauley, on the other hand, has distanced herself from her former role by undergoing a dramatic hair transformation and abandoning her trademark hue completely. In fact, Pauley’s ever-changing “rainbow” hairstyle was so popular with fans that it became one of most-read stories of 2022.

Pauley revealed her DIY dye project on Twitter, revealing a variety of colors such as yellow, red, orange, purple, and green.

Pauley seemed pleased with her efforts, captioning several photos of her new hairstyle: “I’m a rainbow!”

Her fans adored her new look and were quick to praise her bold choice in the comments, with one writing, “Love your hair!”

“Gorgeous!” said a second. A third person commented, “That looks spectacular,” and a fourth said, “Cool hair!”

Pauley’s new rainbow hairstyle was a hit with fans.

Pauley has had a difficult few years. She has lost her father, uncle, and cousin in the last two and a half years.

In September, she paid tribute to her late family members, all of whom were firefighters, in a 9/11 tribute.

The 53-year-old shared photos of her loved ones, as well as a photo of her cousin Wayne’s tattoo, which featured a skyline of the World Trade Center and a firefighter’s helmet and paid tribute to the horrific t3rror att4ck.

In less than three years, Pauley has lost three family members.

“I just lost my Asst Fire Chief dad, my Fire Chief Uncle, and my Seargent Cousin Wayne, all AMAZING ‘firemen’,” she wrote. Wayne, my cousin: my twin My buddy My entire life was dedicated to honoring the ‘911 firefighters.’

“This is his back tattoo.” Let us never forget the ‘911firstresponders.’

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