Besides debuting her new look, the 22-year-old is flaunting her incredible figure in a sultry video of her donning a red lace lingerie set while posing seductively in front of a mirror.
Brielle Biermann is making a major makeover. The “Don’t Be Tardy…” star has taken to her Instagram account to share with her followers a video of her sporting her new hair color. Instead of her signature blonde locks, Brielle can be seen rocking bubblegum pink hair.
“Dyed my hair to match my shoes,” the daughter of Kim Zolciak wrote alongside a selfie video which was posted on Tuesday, May 21. The clip saw the Instagram model showing off her feet, which are inside a pair of pink slippers.
Brielle seemingly wasn’t exactly sure if she would keep the pink hair for long as she was up for suggestions from her online devotees. “Comment & tell me if I should keep it or go back to blonde,” Brielle added in the caption.
Fans were loving the new change. “Keep it for abit . Change is nice,” one fan wrote. “Keep till it fades! Looks great,” another comment read.
In another video, Brielle was flaunting her incredible figure. The 22-year-old shared on Instagram on Wednesday afternoon a video of her donning a red lace lingerie set while posing seductively in front of a mirror.
Still keeping her pink hair, Brielle could be seen proudly showing off her tanned and toned physique as she wore a scalloped hem bra. She completed her sultry style with matching briefs that further accentuated her hourglass figure.
Brielle always seeks perfection with her body. She previously got candid that she planned on probably re-doing her “whole body” with plastic surgery one day and admitted that she got lip injections after turning 18.
Of Brielle getting filler in her lips, Kim weighed in, “At the end of the day, with her lips, I wasn’t happy about it, but when she turned 18, I had no control over it.” The former “The Real Housewives of Atlanta” star went on saying, “So I had two options: Either I tell her to go figure it out on her own, or I take her to the best place. And that’s what I did.”