Amanda Bynes dyes her hair from platinum blonde to BLACK for Christmas… after announcing the end of her podcast


Amanda Bynes revealed on her social media this weekend that she is dying her hair from platinum blonde to black for Christmas.

This Saturday, one night before Christmas Eve, she fired up her Insta Stories to break the news to her more than 97,000 followers on the platform.

Posting a picture of her newly purchased boxes of Revlon ColorSilk Hair Color, the star, 37, shared: ‘Dying my hair black tonight!’

Earlier in the day, she uploaded a clip of herself enjoying a day out in faux python trousers by SHEIN, with her previous platinum hairdo still intact.

She flashed a festive peace sign for the camera and wrote on top of the image that she had just ‘Spent the day’ with one Andy He.

Amanda Bynes revealed on her social media this weekend that she is dying her hair from platinum blonde to black for Christmas

Amanda Bynes revealed on her social media this weekend that she is dying her hair from platinum blonde to black for Christmas 

Earlier in the day, she, 37, uploaded a clip of herself enjoying a day out in faux python trousers by SHEIN, with her previous platinum hairdo still intact

Earlier in the day, she, 37, uploaded a clip of herself enjoying a day out in faux python trousers by SHEIN, with her previous platinum hairdo still intact

Her latest social media update comes after she announced she is ending her podcast after a single episode in an effort to ‘have a consistent job.’

The actress on Thursday took to Instagram Stories to reveal that she’s scuttling her podcasting efforts so she can find more consistent work as a manicurist.

The Thousand Oaks, California native said that the initial episode of her podcast, titled Amanda Bynes & Paul Sieminski: The Podcast, ‘did really well’ after its December 9 release.

‘I was actually surprised and of course was going to keep going after friends encouraged me to,’ Bynes said of the initial podcast, which featured tattoo artist Dahlia Moth as a guest.

The Hairspray actress continued: ‘After thinking about it, though, I would rather get my manicurist license and have a consistent job. I’m going to follow that path instead.’

Bynes wrapped up her statement to her followers in saying, ‘Thank you for following my journey!’ 

She was pictured Wednesday in Los Angeles visiting a Starbucks, clad in a pink top with light blue jeans with a black belt and black leather boots. 

Bynes donned black sunglasses, with her bleach blonde locks pushed back and down on the daytime outing amid a rainy week in Southern California.

She flashed a festive peace sign for the camera and wrote on top of the image that she had just 'Spent the day' with one Andy He

She flashed a festive peace sign for the camera 

It comes after she just announced she is ending her podcast after a single episode in an effort to 'have a consistent job

It comes after she just announced she is ending her podcast after a single episode in an effort to ‘have a consistent job

The All That actress has past spoken about an interest in working in the beauty and fashion industries

In October of 2022, she said on social media that she was ‘in cosmetology college to become a manicurist’ and shared images of her educational journey.

In 2020, she had been exploring the possibility of starting a perfume line as her lawyer David Esquibias told People at the time, ‘She is investigating fragrances.’

Bynes also previously studied at the Fashion Institute of Design & Merchandising (FIDM) nearly a decade ago.

The update from the She’s The Man star came days after took to her Instagram Stories on Sunday, revealing the podcast was being put on ‘pause’ because she wasn’t lining up high-profile guests like ‘Drake or Post Malone.’

She continued: ‘So maybe one day if we’re able to get those type of guests on the show, we will resume the podcast. But for now, I’m taking a pause on it.’

However, just one day later, Bynes took to her Instagram story on Monday, revealing that she decided to ‘keep going.’

‘So I wanted to post something about how I felt last night after I made a post that we were pausing the podcast,’ Bynes began. ‘I felt really sad and I was like in a really bad mood because the podcast was something I was actually really looking forward to filming next week.’ 

Bynes previously went back-and-forth on the idea of continuing with the podcast

Bynes previously went back-and-forth on the idea of continuing with the podcast  

She took to her Instagram story on Sunday, revealing the podcast was being put on 'pause' because she wasn't lining up guests like 'Drake or Post Malone.'

She took to her Instagram story on Sunday, revealing the podcast was being put on ‘pause’ because she wasn’t lining up guests like ‘Drake or Post Malone.’

She clarified in the caption that, ‘Filming this Friday not next Friday!’

Bynes continued that the podcast was, ‘something I was really excited and happy about so I talked to a few friends and they all said to keep going so we’re going to continue the podcast.’

She added that, ‘I think that podcasts just take time to grow, to build a following, so I shouldn’t have said what I said last night about not getting the type of guests that we were looking forward to getting because you never know, we might get them in the future and the guests that we have lined up are actually really great.’

‘I’m really looking forward to filming the next episode, and that’s about it,’ Bynes concluded in the video. 

Just one day earlier, Bynes said, ‘So even though the podcast has been doing really well and the response has been great, I am going to take a pause on it for now. We are not able to get the type of guests that I’d like on the show, like say Jack Harlow or Drake or Post Malone.’

Ahead of the premiere, she took to Instagram to share a film photo of herself, Paul and Dahlia sitting on a couch together and posing with peace signs.

‘First episode of Amanda Bynes & Paul Sieminski: The Podcast done,’ Bynes wrote in her caption. ‘Thank you @dahliamoth!’

'So I wanted to post something about how I felt last night after I made a post that we were pausing the podcast,' Bynes began

‘So I wanted to post something about how I felt last night after I made a post that we were pausing the podcast,’ Bynes began

'I felt really sad and I was like in a really bad mood because the podcast was something I was actually really looking forward to filming next week,' she added, though she clarified in the caption that, 'Filming this Friday not next Friday!'

‘I felt really sad and I was like in a really bad mood because the podcast was something I was actually really looking forward to filming next week,’ she added, though she clarified in the caption that, ‘Filming this Friday not next Friday!’

Bynes continued that the podcast was, 'something I was really excited and happy about so I talked to a few friends and they all said to keep going so we're going to continue the podcast'

Bynes continued that the podcast was, ‘something I was really excited and happy about so I talked to a few friends and they all said to keep going so we’re going to continue the podcast’

Just one day earlier, Bynes said, 'So even though the podcast has been doing really well and the response has been great, I am going to take a pause on it for now. We are not able to get the type of guests that I'd like on the show, like say Jack Harlow or Drake or Post Malone'

Just one day earlier, Bynes said, ‘So even though the podcast has been doing really well and the response has been great, I am going to take a pause on it for now. We are not able to get the type of guests that I’d like on the show, like say Jack Harlow or Drake or Post Malone’

The actress announced in late November that she was working on a project — a podcast about the entertainment industry with her biochemist and scientist BFF.

The former Nickelodeon star previously teased the debut and talked about their plans to take their podcast to a ‘mainstream’ level. 

‘At first we are going to interview our friends and then we’re hoping to take it mainstream and interview celebrities and artists,’ she explained in a video.

The podcast series was also made available in video format and marked her first on-camera project since her last film project over a decade ago — 2010 romantic comedy Easy A. 



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