Mums are not happy with Jessica Simpson. The mum-of-two has been hit with a tonne of criticism for dying her five-year-old daughter’s hair.
Halloween may be over but Jessica’s family snap from the spooky holiday is still receiving negative comments.
The mum posted a photo of her daughter Maxi, who is a natural blonde, dressed as Princess Belle sporting brunette tresses.
She captioned the photo, “Willie, Waylon, Belle and Cowboy Ace #Halloween2017.”
The fair-haired beauty smiled alongside her four-year-old brother and her parents in the Halloween photo, but Jessica’s fans certainly weren’t pleased with the photo.
One user commented, “Please don't tell me she dyed her daughter’s hair.”
Another was disappointed by the daughter’s new look, “Is Maxwell's hair dyed? I hope not; her blonde hair was so beautiful!"
Numerous users reminded the haters that Jessica more than likely used a wash-out dye on her daughter’s hair, “I’m sure it’s a semi-permanent, and who cares if it isn’t.”
Many mums supported Jessica, however, and shared that they, too, have temporarily died their children’s hair - especially for Halloween.
“It's hair ... who cares ... and she looks just as beautiful as a brunette as she does a blonde! It will wash out eventually,” said one woman.
One mum explained, “It’s a Halloween costume, and she’s going as Belle. Belle has brown hair. It’s not that serious. It’s probably a wash-off.”
A lot of people agreed that users had no right to comment on what Jessica does as a mum; they are her children, and people have no right to tell her how to raise them.
One mum shared her own story, “I've coloured my daughter’s hair every colour of the rainbow by the time she was nine. Last time I checked, that was YOUR daughter, so why the hell does anybody think they have a right to say a damn thing!?”
Jessica has been involved in many controversies before, especially when it comes to her parenting skills.
The singer has been criticised in the past for sharing far too many family moments on her social media accounts. Jessica has posted photos from trips to the beach and birthday parties, and first days at school.
Some fans felt like she was taking away from special family moments by sharing them online. Others urged her to be wary of the dangers of sharing photos of children to a public profile.
Jessica’s followers will always have conflicting opinions about her parenting skills, but Jessica is entitled to raise her kids her own way.