Amber Rose is debuting a new look and showed it off in new Instagram photos. The new mother, who gave birth to her first son, Sebastian, on Feb. 21, went on a date night with fiancé, Wiz Khalifa, and wore a long, light brown wig. She paired the new hairdo with a form-fitting neon dress, pink lipstick and pink heels.[[nid:1300725]]
Rose is known for having a bald head, so the extremely long wig is definitely a new look for the 29-year-old beauty who was heading out on a date night to rapper Juicy J’s show at the House of Blues in Los Angeles.
Though the former model has not lost all the weight she gained from her pregnancy, she certainly didn't let that keep her from showing off her new curves.
Rose recently admitted that she weighed 202 pounds at the peak of her pregnancy, though people were unable to tell because of her height -- she tops 5’7”. Now, she's working out for an hour-and-a-half each day with celebrity trainer Jeanette Jenkins to lose the extra weight. She has already lost 30 pounds but admits it's a challenge.
“It's hard to get off baby weight. It's a different kind of weight because for nine months you stretch your stomach out and then it's hard to get that back. I'm working on it,” she told E! News.
Rose dated rapper Kanye West in 2010, before accusing Kim Kardashian, his current girlfriend, of being a "homewrecker," sending West photos and texts while he was still with Rose.
"She was sending pictures, and I was like, 'Kim, just stop. Don't be that person. I thought at least she'd be woman enough to respond to me. She never responded. It's very important that us women stick together and we don't [expletive] each other over like that," Rose said in an interview with Star magazine.
But after her relationship with West ended, she was able to find true love with 25-year-old Khalifa.
"I want to thank her," Rose said about Kardashian. "Because if she was never a homewrecker, then I never would have met Wiz, and I wouldn't be as happy as I am now."
The couple became engaged last spring, and Sebastian is their first child.