Actual Housewives of New York Metropolis star Brynn Whitfield unveiled a dramatic — and presumably momentary — hair transformation on the New York Metropolis Ballet Gala on Thursday, October 5.
The 36-year-old TV character arrived on the occasion — which was additionally attended by Andy Cohen, Sarah Jessica Parker, Naomi Watts and extra — rocking a bouncy lob and a figure-flattering yellow floral robe. Her reddish-brown mane, which stopped proper at her shoulders, was parted to the facet and featured voluminous curls. The makeover seems to be an phantasm, nevertheless. It appears as if Whitfield had her lengthy locks pinned into the fashion, making it look as if she received an enormous chop.
Forward of the occasion, Whitfield documented her get-ready course of, which included two journeys to the Bumble and Bumble hair salon within the Huge Apple. In clips shared by way of her Instagram Story, Whitfield could possibly be seen getting a blowout earlier than returning to the salon for a “second hair appointment.” The fact star didn’t give Us a peek at what was completed to her strands throughout the follow-up go to.
Whitfield’s hair was briefly a focus of season 14 of RHONY, which stars a very new solid together with Whitfield, Jenna Lyons, Sai De Silva, Ubah Hassan, Erin Lichy and Jessel Taank. In episode 4, Whitfield — who’s biracial — opened up about being raised by her white grandmother and the way that impacted the Bravo star’s relationship together with her hair.
“My poor grandma didn’t know methods to determine it out,” Whitfield shared whereas receiving a hair remedy. “I’d go to highschool, and the children would make enjoyable of me as a result of I went to an all-white college in Indiana.”
She defined in a confessional interview, “My mother’s mother raised me. My mother’s white, my dad’s Black. My father, his household, by no means within the image, so I positively missed out on, I feel, having the assist and publicity to a robust black neighborhood.”
Whitfield went on to share that certainly one of her grandmother’s shut mates, a Black girl, advised her a couple of salon known as Black hair salon known as Bradley’s. “Principally each week, grandma would drop me off at Bradley’s within the morning, after which my little ass would keep there all day,” Whitfield recalled.
“It was vital,” Whitfield mentioned. “It was my solely publicity to the Black neighborhood, to Black ladies, and I noticed, like, how stunning Black ladies had been, how robust they had been, how humorous they had been, and doing that actually each weekend for a decade — I thank God for it.”