Naomi Osaka changes her look again: here's her hair like...



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Naomi Osaka changes her look again: here's her hair like...

Naomi Osaka changes her look again: here is her hair as Rapunzel! And to think that only a few days ago the Japanese champion had published a photo of her with pink hair, in homage to Sakura Haruno, one of the main characters of the famous manga Naruto.

Now Naomi has published a new photo on Instagram, in which she shows her new hairstyle, very similar to the brunette version of Rapunzel, the heroine and Disney princess of the homonymous movie. In the photo of her she poses near the pool with a white bathrobe and Louis Vuitton slippers, but her hair with her long extensions is the protagonist of the shot.

The real question is, like when she posted the photo with the pink hair: is it just wigs or does Naomi really change her hairstyle often?

Un post condiviso da 大坂なおみ (@naomiosaka)

Osaka last hair style was pink, paying homage to Sakura Haruno, the famous character of the Japanese manga Naruto.

Naomi paired her bright locks with bold pink eyeliner and a matching light pink lip. "Sakura could never lol," she wrote describing the photo, referring to Sakura Haruno, the female character of the popular Naruto, known for her pink hair, and for being the main love interest of the two protagonists of the manga, Naruto Uzumaki and Sasuke Uchiha.

After winning the Australian Open, Osaka said she was planning to celebrate by watching some anime and maybe eating pizza. Fans and celebrities shared how much they loved Osaka's new look di lei it truly surpassed her character di lei.

"U wore it better," said Usain Bolt declared. "Has anyone told you that pink looks BOMB on you?" said a comment. Or: "Oh my god you look lovely, I'm screaming in pink," and: "I'm living for this!" Naruto is a manga written and drawn by Masashi Kishimoto and published from October 1999 to November 2014 in Shūeisha's Weekly Shōnen Jump magazine, for a total of 15 years of serialization. The 700 chapters made were collected in 72 tankōbon volumes under the Jump Comics label.