Like many people, the couple is laying low at home with their family amid the novel coronavirus pandemic…which means no trips to the salon. And according to a picture that Lively slyly shared on her Instagram Story, it seems as though Reynolds has been growing out his hair — at least enough to pull the very back of his hair into the teeniest, tiniest low ponytail.
“I dare you to forget this every time you see him for the rest of eternity,” Lively wrote alongside a photo of her husband’s mini pony, pulled back neatly with a bright turquoise hair tie.
And it’s not just Ryan who is experimenting with a different hair look during social isolation — B might get a makeover of her own. In another picture posted to her Story, the Gossip Girl star shared an at-home coloring kit she received from stylist Rona O’Connor. “Read options A and B with Ryan,” directs a handwritten note from O’Connor.
“You are an actual earth angel,” Lively wrote to the hairstylist. “Thank you for surprising me with a handmade hair color kit. The fact that you trust @vancityreynolds to get this right makes me concerned for your sanity. But who needs hair anyway?” OK, we’re going to need these two to get on Instagram Live if Ryan is actually going to help his wife color her hair. The people deserve this.
Despite having fun continuing their signature trolling antics, the pair has also given back to those in need during the COVID-19 outbreak. Last month, the celeb couple announced they would be donating $1 million between Feeding America and Food Banks Canada in order to help people who might be struggling to feed themselves or their families during this challenging time.
“Though we must be distancing ourselves to protect those who don’t have the opportunity to self-quarantine, we can stay connected,” Lively wrote on Instagram in March. “Remember the lonely and isolated. FaceTime, Skype, make a video. Remember the love that can travel through all this.”
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