Former NCIS star Pauley Perrette’s wild hair transformation has rendered her unrecognizable

Abby Sciuto, the chief forensic scientist, was played by the actress.

Former Chief Forensic Scientist Abby Sciuto, played by Pauley Perrette, was known for her gothic style and jet-black hair on NCIS.

However, three years after leaving the hit show, Pauley has distanced herself even further from her character by undergoing a dramatic hair transformation and abandoning her trademark hue entirely. Last month, the 52-year-old surprised her fans by debuting her new “rainbow” hairstyle, which featured no black at all.

Pauley revealed her DIY dye project on Twitter, revealing a variety of colors such as yellow, red, orange, purple, and green.

Pauley seemed pleased with her efforts, captioning several photos of her new ‘do, “I’m a rainbow!!! #rainbow #MyHair #DIY.”

Her fans adored her new look and were quick to praise her bold choice in the comments, with one writing, “Love your hair!”

“Gorgeous!” exclaimed a second. A third person commented, “That looks spectacular,” and a fourth said, “Cool hair!”

Pauley’s new rainbow hairstyle was a hit with fans.

It’s been a difficult year for the former actress, who revealed in January that her father, Paul, had d1ed after a battle with C0V1D-19.

She shared the heartbreaking news on Twitter, writing, “I am the total Daddy’s Girl.” My entire world revolves around Daddy. My person who adores me, never judges me, and always thinks I’m AMAZING even when I’m not.

“Daddy wasn’t able to make it. #RIP, my much-loved father.”

On All Saints Day, Pauley lit a candle in memory of her father.

She continued, saying: “Daddy’s last words to me on this planet were about C0V1D, and he said, ‘Thangs not good.’ I will continue to fight. Stay put and stay away from this stuff. It’s terrible.’ I AM ACCEPTING HIS WISHES! Today is his funeral. I’m going to #StayPut and love you, Daddy. Rest in the Peace That Transcends All Understanding.”

Pauley paid tribute to those who d1ed this year, including her father, last month. On November 8, Pauley shared a somber photo of herself in a church surrounded by candles to commemorate All Saints Day.

“Today was #AllSaintsDay at church. There has been so much loss in the last year that it is almost unbearable “She penned something. “We lit candles in honor of all those we are remembering. That was one for Dad. All blessings to everyone who is in need. And because the holidays are so difficult, take care of one another.”

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