The controversy Lyn May shared with his followers, that a radical look change, where she wears short blonde hair, as expected, has received multiple comments.
The vedette Lyn May reappeared on her social networks, and to the surprise of her followers, she decided to start 2022 wearing a very different look.
Let us remember that this is not the first time that the famous surprised by her physique, because in AmericanPost.News We have let you know that Lyn May surprised by appearing with a rejuvenated face.
Vedette Lyn May
Through her Instagram account, Lyn May shared with her followers her radical change of look and now she is blonde with lights, fringe and short hair.
Let’s remember Lyn May had long black hair and short fringes, so the change was really radical.
“Gorgeous with my makeup artist,” wrote Lyn May in the description of the photograph with which she unveiled her new style.
Later, Lyn May shared a video on the same social network, in which she is making a video call.
“Precious, I love him, I love him, his name is David,” Lyn May said, referring to her makeup artist David Uribe Hernández, whom she also tagged.
“Hey yes, it’s impressive, I’ll ask you for the data when you’re already there,” answered the person with whom Lyn May was talking.
Fans react to the change of Lyn May
Before the publication of the vedette Lyn May, where she wears her new look, the followers of the vedette did not take long to react and leave hundreds of comments.
Among the comments, some users praised the beauty of Lyn May and congratulated her for taking the risk of changing her image.
“Precious woman”, “Beautiful”, “Beautiful”, “How good you look Lyn, we like it”, “Wow, Lyn, I thought you were Kim Kardashian”, wrote some fans.
His makeup artist also published the result and his fans recognized the artist’s good work in the comments: “Wow”, “Talent”, they wrote.
However, the criticisms were not lacking, however Lyn May He did not answer his detractors and continued to share his look change through their social networks.
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