Renee Young has a bit of time off from work with WWE as she enjoys the Christmas break, but it looks like she’ll be enjoying it with a different hair color. She’s taking a social media hiatus this Holiday Season as well, but she’s still doing her podcast Regular Girls.
Renee explained on the Christmas Eve episode of the podcast how she colored her hair. It’s not a full-on dye job, but the pink is in there. Apparently, she likes it and might just keep it that way which could be very interesting if she shows up to work without WWE being prepared for a pink-haired broadcaster.

“I do have pink hair right now. I actually quite enjoy it as well. I might just keep it. I gotta go in to get my roots touched anyway, but it doesn’t mean that I can’t get the pink put back in over my new blonde.”
“It’s very rosegold. So like it’s this spray that they have at Target and I’ve had it for a while but I just waited until I was having my hair done in case it was god-awful so that I could fix it. Yeah, it’s great.”
“I was going upstairs and I was like, ‘I’m going upstairs to shower and dye my hair pink,’ I think that’s when people thought I was having my mental breakdown.”
“Jon (Dean Ambrose) came upstairs and I was like blowing drying my hair and he was like, ‘So weird in this light your hair looks pink,’ and I’m like, ‘yeah it is pink 100% it’s in there.”

Renee said she might keep the pink in there, so there’s a chance to seeing Young with some pink hair on the red brand in 2019. It’s good that she likes it. We would have also paid money to see the look on Dean Ambrose’s face when he realized that his wife wasn’t kidding about dying her hair pink.
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