FARRAH Abraham embraced a more mature look by debuting GRAY hair while attending a “women in film event” in Los Angeles this week, despite turning just 30 in May.
The Teen Mom OG alum has been engulfed in an argument with her mother Debra after the 63-year-old revealed she has “no relationship” with her daughter and granddaughter.
Farrah, 30, debuted a brand new GRAY hairstyle as she hit the red carpet on Wednesday for the 2021 Women in Film (WIF) Honors event celebrating “Trailblazers of the New Normal.”
The reality star looked outstanding in an opulent gown decked out in silver feathers, draped in chainmail, and embedded with large spikes and gold adornments.
The TV personality appeared flawless in her full-glam makeup, eclectic outfit, and heels with a bow embellishment to tie the look together.
However, Farrah was nearly unrecognizable as she flaunted her GRAY hairstyle, coiffed into an elegant updo and arranged with diamond bobby pins and decor.
The mother of one’s new look was styled into a large braid draped across her forehead and finished into a waterfall bun on the top of her head.
The MTV alum ditched her signature blonde locks for a more mature style while making an appearance at the Academy Museum of Motion Pictures in Los Angeles.
Farrah’s red carpet moment followed the news that she no longer has “any relationship” with her mother Debra.
While appearing on an episode of the Have a Seat with Chris Hansen podcast earlier this week, Debra said: “We’re not speaking today, so that’s very sad, and I miss my granddaughter…
“…I pray to God that my daughter is happy and healthy, and I do want [our] relationship to be happy and healthy.
“I want to be able to hug her and hold her and tell her I love her. That’s very important to me, and I want my Sophia to know that she is still the sparkle in my eye and I will always love her and I miss her.”
Debra also explained how appearing on Teen Mom affected their relationship, adding: “I would say the show created an atmosphere of entitlement, that a person could do anything they wanted to do without regard or respect for their family or their parent, and so it created almost a monster situation.”
She argued: “I never exploited my daughter, I tried to help my daughter.
“I threw myself in front of the bus I don’t even know how many times, and I never took anything, not one dime ever, and I had to pay for things in the background and I financed everything.
“So, nope, it’s a totally different scenario.
“I’m a retired executive, you know, I didn’t sit at home and, you know, wonder how I could pimp out my children. I never did that,” she claimed.
Farrah’s relationship with her mother has been rocky for years, and after Debra’s podcast appearance she seemed to refer to their difficulties.
On Tuesday, she took to her Instagram Story to share a text post, which read: “A sense of failure is not something to engage with.
“Just observe it and let it pass,” she advised.
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