Melania Trump
First Lady Melania Trump speaks with children during a Toys for Tots event at Joint Base Anacostia-Bolling in Washington, D.C., Dec. 11, 2018. Getty Images/ Nicholas Kamm

While First Lady Melania Trump talked about the kind of criticisms she dealt with on a daily basis among other topics in an interview with Fox News on Wednesday, users on social media chose to focus on her hair color rather than her words.

Trump sat down for an interview with Fox News’ Sean Hannity on board the USS George H.W. Bush aircraft carrier when she made remarks about handling criticisms, advising her husband on certain issues and the importance of paying respect to the military families.

“I do what I think is right. I know I will get the criticism – from the public or from the media – but I will do what is right and what I feel is right for the country and for the people,” Trump said. “That’s why I say I want to stay true to myself and listen to myself and what to do and what is right, what is wrong and live a meaningful life every day.”

However, all the Twitter users noticed was how blonde her hair looked more than anything else. Needless to say, social media was flooded with memes and mocking posts in minutes. Here are some of the reactions on Twitter:

However, not every social media user had negative comments for Trump's new hair color.

The fact that Trump’s hair looked blonder than usual was also pointed out by Vanity Fair when the publication reviewed her performance at the Toys for Tots event held at Joint Base Anacostia-Bolling in Washington, on Tuesday, where she promoted her “Be Best” anti-cyberbullying campaign.

“Is Melania Trump blonder? Like not Fox News blonde, just more aggressively balayaged than before. Is it just the overhead light on the base? Or is she several shades lighter? It’s so hard to tell,” Vanity Fair writer Kenzie Bryant pondered in the article, pointing out the White House hasn’t had a blonde first lady since the 90s.

Mordechai Alvow, Trumps’s hair stylist, in an interview with Refinery29 in August, spoke about how the first lady’s look was designed in a way that would make her more relatable to the public and why it rarely changed.

"When someone is going to be in the eyes of the public and will constantly be on the news, there is a look that people want to understand and be comfortable with and associate with," Alvow said. "She’s not like a performer. There is a look about her where it’s almost like she’s the mother of the public. You want your mother to have one steady look."

He also dished on how Trump liked to binge on affordable hair care products like Yarok Hair, Feed Your Ends leave-in conditioner, Feed Your Roots mousse and Feed Your Hold hair spray, all of which are under $20.