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Katy Perry Shows Off Bleached Eyebrows in Instagram Selfie

June 20, 2014 (8:32 am) GMT
In her latest Instagram selfie, the 'Dark Horse' singer can be seen rocking colorful top knots, big earrings and purple-and-silver nails.

is a bit unrecognizable in her latest selfie. The "Dark Horse" singer took to Instagram on Wednesday, June 18 to share a photo of her sporting new look which includes a pair of bleached eyebrows. In the photo, Perry can be seen sporting green top knots and long lashes.

The singer, who also applied red lipstick, wore a pair of huge earrings and rings on each finger. The "Unconditionally" hitmaker poses with her left hand touching her face, flaunting her purple and metallic nail art. "BAUSS BISH BB," she captioned the photo.

Perry is not the first star who tries bleaching their eyebrows. uploaded photos of her rocking similar look last year. also sported bleached eyebrows that year, while had them when she was on the catwalk for a Marc Jacob fashion show in February.

In other news, Perry recently announced the launch of her new label Metamorphosis Music which is which is a joint venture with her current label, Capitol Records. Singer becomes the first singer to join the label. On Tuesday, June 17, he released a self-titled EP which also features guest vocals from Perry in a track called "Legends Never Die".

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