Actress of the popular Comedy program “Diesel Show” Victoria Bulitko surprised new look on the set of “morning Gasoline”.
The corresponding photo was posted on the page show in Instagram.
Bulitko, radically changed her image turned into a spectacular blonde.
According to the actress, a hair color change is a change of mood, the desire for something new. For her, the color change was the beginning of life “from scratch”.
Attentive fans have noticed that on stage and in serials the actress has experienced all possible images of hairstyles and shades. But daily life always remained true copper blonde hair color. However, now she is a striking blonde with a slight pink hue.
“I love change! And now, before the new concerts, you have the opportunity to look at ourselves and think what I want to be. Actually, I bright red color I wanted! But PR Director somehow scared. Consulted with the master, it is suggested to try … blonde, because the blonde in my life, I have never been ” – said the star.
Recall that the actress “Diesel show” Marina Poplavskaya, who died, was posthumously awarded the order “For merits” III degree.
The prize was awarded “for significant personal contribution to nation-building, socio-economic, scientific-technical, cultural and educational development of the Ukrainian state, weighty labor achievements, many years of hard work,” reads the decree of the President of Petro Poroshenko No. 404/2018.
Previously Know This.Eeyore wrote about that a few days ago one of the authors and performers of popular Ukrainian Comedy “Diesel show” Eugene Gashenko posted on his Instagram a funny video.
For the first time after the tragedy that happened with Marina Poplavskaya, fasting showman is a humorous subtext.
Also Know As.news Agency reported that the victims in a fatal crash with Marina Poplavskaya star “Diesel Show” Yana Glushchenko posted a photo that touched by Ukraine to tears.
Dave Zakarian has been a reporter on the news desk since 2013. Before that she wrote about young adolescence and family dynamics for Styles and was the legal affairs correspondent for the Metro desk. Before joining The Koz Post, Dave Zakarian worked as a staff writer at the Village Voice and a freelancer for Newsday, The Wall Street Journal, GQ and Mirabella.