Nicole Kidman has sent fans into a frenzy by showcasing her red curly hair on Instagram.

The actress is a natural redhead, but is often seen sporting blonde locks.

However, in a bid to change things up, 55 year old Nicole has ditched her bright blonde hair and gone back to basics.

In snaps shared to social media, the Big Little Lies star dazzled in a blue dress which perfectly complimented her stunning tresses.

Nicole captioned the photo with three sparkles emojis, and her 9.2 million Instagram followers have since gushed over how fabulous the A-lister looks with her new 'do.

Nicole Kidman has showcased her gorgeous curls on Instagram

The Hollywood actress dazzled in new photos shared to social media

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“Love your curls,” wrote one person, as someone else penned: “Ageless Beauty”.

Another labelled the star as “so so beautiful”, while another said: “Gorgeous! You look beautiful in blue! Very suitable for spring”.

Dozens of others also shared their love for Nicole’s curls as they encouraged her to “embrace” them.

Nicole's fans gushed over the star's curly hair

The photos come just days after Nicole sported blonde locks for this year’s Oscars.

For the star-studded affair, which took place 13 March, Nicole wore a stunning one-shouldered black gown with two large flowers for a pop of detailing.

She put on a loved-up display with husband Keith Urban on the champagne carpet – which wasn’t red for the first time in Oscars history.

While at the event, the veteran actress presented an award alongside Luther star Idris Elba.

Nicole looked phenomenal at the Oscars earlier this month

Nicole sporting red hair last summer when she graced the cover of Perfect magazine.

The star showcased her impressive biceps and legs in the shoot as the publication celebrated her as its "Perfect Icon".

Sporting orange hair, Nicole donned a short wrap-around skirt and graphic print vest.

In her interview for the mag, the 55 year old said at the time: “As I always say, 'I’m gonna do what I want to do.'

“That’s probably why I click with photographers, as I'm not here to stamp myself on you, but rather you stamp yourself on me and for us to grow together. Let’s Play!"

Nicole began her acting career in the 1980s, with films Dead Calm and Bangkok Hilton in 1989 putting her on the map.

She then went on to star in films such as Batman Forever, Days of Thunder, To Die For and Eyes Wide Shut, and won her first Oscar in 2002 for Best Actress for her portrayal of Virginia Woolf in The Hours.

Nicole has won a host of other awards since including six Golden Globes, two Emmys and a BAFTA.


By Editor