Ciara shows off her new baby blue hair in an off the shoulder top in sizzling new selfie

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Songstress Ciara recently made the transition to blue hair, unveiling her new icy tresses on social media earlier this week. 

On Sunday, the Goodies hitmaker was still feeling her new do as she posted another selfie for her millions of followers online. 

The 35-year-old wife of Seahawks quarterback Russell Wilson displayed her show-stopping face as she pursed her lips for the camera. 

Blue moment: Ciara, 35, showed off her new baby blue locks on social media as she posted a sizzling selfie in an off the shoulder top

Blue moment: Ciara, 35, showed off her new baby blue locks on social media as she posted a sizzling selfie in an off the shoulder top

Taking to both Instagram and Twitter to show off her long pastel hair, Ciara flashed a hint of cleavage in an off the shoulder black top. 

Sporting a light face of glam, she showed off a smokey eye and her well manicured brows as she puckered her pillowy lips. 

She accessorized her decolletage with a few layered pendants that highlighted her plunging neckline.  

Earlier this week she shared a photo of her locks which were colored by celebrity hairstylist Cesar Ramirez as she wrote ‘Blu.’ 

Smouldering: Ciara debuted her new blue hair earlier this week as she showed off her long hair in the novel color; pictured Thursday

Smouldering: Ciara debuted her new blue hair earlier this week as she showed off her long hair in the novel color; pictured Thursday

Adding a bit of color to her life in quarantine, the singer seemed keen to change it up. 

The photos were quick to receive a flurry of comments from fans and friends alike as Lala Anthony wrote, ‘Love!!,’ with other fans writing ‘I’m still in awe you gave us this color.’

Recently Ciara was overjoyed after Joe Biden and Kamala Harris were elected in the recent November election. 

In a sweet instagram video with her three-year-old daughter Sienna, Ciara said: ‘Si-Si mama, How amazing is it that the first woman Vice President is in the White House? And she’s also a woman of color. It’s so powerful. We can do anything we put our minds to, right?’

Go girls!: The Goodies hitmaker and her three-year-old daughter Sienna had a heartwarming response to the news that Biden-Harris were named as President and Vice President-elect; pictured November 7th

Go girls!: The Goodies hitmaker and her three-year-old daughter Sienna had a heartwarming response to the news that Biden-Harris were named as President and Vice President-elect; pictured November 7th

Her precocious tot responded, ‘Ya! We can do anything we put our minds to!,’ as the mommy daughter duo proceeded to say, ‘Go girls!’ 

A power couple of color, recently Ciara and Wilson erected a few ‘Black Lives Matter’ billboards around Milwaukee, Atlanta and Portland. 

The signs which line the interstates in the major cities were penned ‘Love, Russell & Ciara,’ though the couple has never announced it. 

Making a statement: The Wilsons recently erected a 'Black Lives Matter' billboard in Milwaukee, Atlanta in Portland though the pair never officially announced it

Making a statement: The Wilsons recently erected a ‘Black Lives Matter’ billboard in Milwaukee, Atlanta in Portland though the pair never officially announced it

Continuing to use their starpower for good, the couple also donated  $1.75M for the creation of a Washington based charter school through their Why Not You Foundation.  

‘We’ve always held the belief that life’s successes start with a good education, but recognize that access isn’t always created equally for all,’ the pair said in a statement.  

The philanthropic duo also donated a million meals partnering with the Food Lifeline organization to help struggling families amid the pandemic. 

Philanthropists: Using their starpower for immense good the duo have donated $1.75M to fund a Washington charter school and also donated a million meals through Food Lifeline to help families struggling in the pandemic; pictured February 2020

Philanthropists: Using their starpower for immense good the duo have donated $1.75M to fund a Washington charter school and also donated a million meals through Food Lifeline to help families struggling in the pandemic; pictured February 2020

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