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Evangeline Lilly has shocked fans online, when she revealed her freshly shaved head on Sunday.
The Canadian actress, best known for her work on “Lost,” and in the Marvel Cinematic Universe, and revealed the new look on Instagram.
“Hello,🌏. It’s a BEAUTIFUL day,” Lilly, the caption of the photo.
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The picture shows the actress in a car, sporty, great earrings, and a soft smile, as she officially revealed her new look.
It’s a new haircut, to follow Lilly’s Instagram post from Saturday, which is demonstrated in the “Ant-Man” star is cut from one side of the hair into a fast-paced, fast-motion video.
“#homecut (the swipe) to Stop or keep going??” Lilly said to her followers.
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“For those of you who follow me at @thesquickerwonkers…well, you know. 😉🤙🏼,” she continued.
“The Squickerwonkers” is a children’s book series that was published by the “Lost” star, since 2013.
In a post on the ‘The Squickerwonkers'” Instagram page on Thursday, the Car actually unveiled the new look during an appearance at a local school prior to the parts, from the look in her 2.4 million followers, three days later.
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In a recent interview with The Hollywood Reporter, the children, the author has found that the international fame they received from “Lost” its uncomfortable” and she really has decided to quit acting and for the director, Peter Jackson wanted to cast her in “The Hobbit” trilogy.
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“I’ve made a decision and I made the decision to do the film. I had a great time making this movie. One of the highlights of my life was living in New Zealand for a year, and to be a part of the family,” Lilly said. “It has helped opened my eyes to the fact that, YES, it can be a joy. It’s just a matter of how you approach it and what you can do with it, no matter how much I put myself out there, and, to a certain degree, how much will I have to work.”