Kara Bass isn’t afraid to change her look, and the 90 Day Fiance newcomer recently did so in the midst of “changing” times. 90 Day Fiance viewers will know Kara Bass by her usually shoulder-length, strawberry blonde hair. But the Virginia native was ready for a change and recently debuted a new look.
Over the weekend, Kara shared a video of herself on her Instagram set to Breaking Beattz and Kzn’s song Good Gurls, which she recorded while sitting in the car.
90 Day Fiancé Star Kara Bass Got A Stunning New Hairstyle.
Kara Bass, who describes herself as a “cougar”, held onto her long ponytail with each hand as she stared into the camera lens. She chose a blue, grey and white patterned top with a v-neckline, which was accented with two gold chains. Her hair was parted in the middle and French braided on each side, then gathered in a ponytail holder to form two ponytails. Kara opted for muted makeup in the first half of the video.
In the second half of the video, Kara Bass debuted her short, shoulder-length hairstyle with some new blonde highlights outlining her face. At first, the Virginia woman gently pulled on her ponytail before the screen switched to reveal her new short hairstyle, which is very similar to the hairstyle that 90 Day Fiance viewers are used to seeing her with.
Her makeup in the second half of the video was a bit more colorful, as she added a purple-pink lip color. Kara wore a navy tank, a simple gold necklace and delicate earrings to accentuate the look.
Kara’s post got lots of love from her followers, who responded in the comments as to whether they preferred her with long or short hair.
Two of Kara Bass’s 90 Day Fiance companions from this season appeared to comment. Emily Bieberly left a bunch of emojis with heart eyes, while Miona Bell commented: “Always pretty ❤.” Most of Kara Bass’s followers noted that they love the TLC star, both with long and short hair.
Last month, Kara showed off her extensions, a drastic change from the chin-length bob that 90 Day Fiance viewers have come to recognize her by. In an Instagram post from February 2020, Kara debuted her then-newly-cut bob and suggested that people should redefine how hair length is associated with women’s beauty.