It started when one fan asked the brand to confirm or deny that Swift was wearing Hayley Williams’ hair color at the show.
The pop star was wearing some pretty amazing pink in her locks, which you can see in her Instagram below
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Good Dye Young then quote tweeted the fan’s question and said they can’t “confirm nor deny” it. However, they will be posting an Instagram story on how to achieve her look using Poser Paste.
We can neither confirm nor deny but we can confirm that we’ll have an Insta Story up tomorrow on how to get this look using Poser Paste! 💖💖 https://t.co/17Nw1w61Br
— Good Dye Young 🌈 (@gooddyeyoung) March 15, 2019
Poser Paste is not hair dye, rather hair “makeup” that is completely washable color. You can read more about it and check out all of the colors here.
The person who asked was far from the only fan who thought the singer used the Paramore frontwoman’s products.
— ᴀsʜʟᴇʏ ᴛᴇʟʟᴇᴢ (@ashtellez) March 15, 2019
— Ruby Gaunt (@RubyGauntPhoto) March 15, 2019
— trisha grace (@darkbluetrish) March 15, 2019
— Raine Joshua (@raine_joshua_) March 15, 2019
We’ll definitely have to keep our eyes peeled for a tutorial.
In other Good Dye Young news, Williams broke the internet this week when she returned to her throwback hair color. You can see it in the Twitter video below.
REVIEWSDAY IS UP! This week we’re reading @merdeathmetal’s review of PRE-WASH! Head to https://t.co/x1t0LifSRl for the full video and make sure to review a GDY product you’ve tried on @Sephora for a chance to be featured next! 📝 pic.twitter.com/hLL2Pyjjzq
— Good Dye Young 🌈 (@gooddyeyoung) March 14, 2019
This is not the first time Williams and Swift may have crossed paths.
In fact, Williams starred in Swift’s “Bad Blood” video alongside other members of the singer’s squad. You can watch that below.
Also, Williams defended Swift on Twitter once the singer broke her long-standing political silence and was getting hate.
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