Maria Sharapova changes her iconic look: goodbye blonde hair!

Maria Sharapova changes her iconic look: goodbye blonde hair!


Maria Sharapova will change her visual appearance: Goodbye blonde hair!

Maria Sharapova has made an age change in her appearance: she has said goodbye to her famous blonde hair in favor of a brunette color.. As seen from the latest photos that the beautiful tennis player Siberia has been sharing on Instagram, her hair, which has been her signature look for years, has a very dark shade, a brunette that truly suits Maria divinely.

Sharapova shared artistic photos in an airplane hangar and then on a luxury plane, which you can watch below. “I love creating these beautiful images by @acs_aircharter and @photobyjennajones,” she wrote in an Instagram post.

Nostalgia, old Hollywood, black and white sensibilities. The feeling of getting on a plane and going on your own personal adventure. And getting there in style. »

Sharapova against Serena Williams

Since Maria Sharapova entered the professional circuit, rivals have spoken about the former Russian tennis player Serena Williams and her retirement at Flushing.

«It’s amazing to see Serena’s path and the dignity and grace she’s carried throughout her career,» the former world number one told ESPN. The interview aired during the two women’s semi-finals of the US Open, where Maria Sharapova was present in the stands.

The five-time Grand Slam champion drew comparisons between Serena Williams and the current generation, telling a story related to last year’s Met Gala, where both were present: «We talked about it last year this year and I said she was much better than this generation without any respect and going there. «He told her she had to, so I’m glad she got the chance to do it here in New York.» Serena Williams played the final matches of her career at the US Open.

Everything was ready for the former world number one’s retirement at the US Grand Slam as well as the successful home tournament of Williams’ sister. A preparation, however, as the days pass, collecting victories over her opponents: first against Kovinic in the first round, then against the number two seed Annette Kontaveit.

Serena Williams, however, had to surrender in three sets against Australian Ajla Tomjanovic.

Photo credits: Maria Sharapova Instagram account



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