Scott Disick's Bubble Gum Pink Hair Is Making Many Wonder If This Is a Mid-Life Crisis
Scott Disick seems to be going through a lot of changes recently. After the 37 year old started his romance with 19 year old Amelia Hamlin last year in October, there were a lot of questions raised. Not so long ago he took many by surprise by going platinum blonde but almost week later he was seen with bubble gum pink hair, yes we said pink. In a photo shared on Instagram on Friday 19th February, celebrity hair stylist Luis Rivera is seen transforming Scott from icy blonde to pink. The photo was caption in Spanish with; ‘Here I am posing for the photo with the great @letthelordbewithyou after dying his hair and cutting it.' This comes days after the heart throb was seen with Amelia Hamlin in platinum blonde. The daughter of Lisa Rinna and Harry Hamlin made it Instagram official over the Valentines Day weekend although are reported to be taking things slowly. A source told ET Online; 'Scott and Amelia are having a blast together. They've been going out with friends, spending time together and overall just having a really good time. 'They're still not super serious and are just taking things day by day and keeping things light and fun.' 'Amelia is young and doesn't want or need a crazy commitment and Scott likes that things are low key and easy with her.' He previously split with girlfriend Sofia Richie 22 in August last year after 3 years of dating and co-parents his children with Kourtney Kardashian. There had been rumours of reconciliation between Kourtney and Scott after his breakup with Sofia but fans of Kourtney were disappointed to learn when this did not happen. Kourtney herself seems to have moved on with Travis Barker and so far everyone seems happy. Scott’s bubble gum pink hair continues to raise eyebrows with many wondering if him wanting to take things slow with Amelia Hamlin and the hair changes are anything to do with a mid-life crisis. Whatever it may be the 37 year old is living his best life. Tell us what you think?