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Ariel Winter re-dyes her pink locks and glams up for the American Humane Hero Dog Awards in LA

Ariel Winter re-dyes her pink locks and glams up for the American Humane Hero Dog Awards in LA

Modern Family alum Ariel Winter flaunted her surgically-reduced assets in a white sheer puff-sleeved corseted ASOS top to attend the American Humane Hero Dog Awards in Los Angeles on Wednesday.

For the first time in months, the 22-year-old LA native hit the red carpet for the awards show airing October 19 on the Hallmark Channel.

Winter (born Workman) resembled a real-life pin-up in her pink leather Noour Hammour mini-skirt, baby-blue Marie De La Roche purse, and matching Stuart Weitzman heels selected by styling duo Dani + Emma.

Cleavage alert! Modern Family alum Ariel Winter flaunted her surgically-reduced assets in a white sheer puff-sleeved corseted ASOS top to attend the American Humane Hero Dog Awards in Los Angeles on Wednesday

Dog lover: For the first time in months, the 22-year-old LA native hit the red carpet for the awards show airing October 19 on the Hallmark Channel

Dog lover: For the first time in months, the 22-year-old LA native hit the red carpet for the awards show airing October 19 on the Hallmark Channel

Ariel – who boasts 5M Instagram/Twitter followers – captioned her snap: ‘Served you up some cotton candy & flowers for your Wednesday!’

Tabitha Dueñas re-dyed the former child star’s ‘bubble-gum pink’ locks and hairstylist Joseph Maine applied waist-length wavy Trademark Beauty hair extensions.

Rather than pink, make-up artist Ash K. Holm used a shimmering Marc Jacobs copper eye shadow on Winter and she teased up her bushy brows. 

'Served you up some cotton candy & flowers for your Wednesday!' Winter resembled a real-life pin-up in her pink leather Noour Hammour mini-skirt, baby-blue Marie De La Roche purse, and matching Stuart Weitzman heels selected by styling duo Dani + Emma

‘Served you up some cotton candy & flowers for your Wednesday!’ Winter resembled a real-life pin-up in her pink leather Noour Hammour mini-skirt, baby-blue Marie De La Roche purse, and matching Stuart Weitzman heels selected by styling duo Dani + Emma

Candyfloss: Tabitha Dueñas re-dyed the former child star's 'bubble-gum pink' locks and hairstylist Joseph Maine applied waist-length wavy Trademark Beauty hair extensions

Candyfloss: Tabitha Dueñas re-dyed the former child star’s ‘bubble-gum pink’ locks and hairstylist Joseph Maine applied waist-length wavy Trademark Beauty hair extensions

Pretty: Rather than pink, make-up artist Ash K. Holm used a shimmering Marc Jacobs copper eye shadow on Winter and she teased up her bushy brows

Pretty: Rather than pink, make-up artist Ash K. Holm used a shimmering Marc Jacobs copper eye shadow on Winter and she teased up her bushy brows

Ariel’s post caught the eye of her boyfriend of nine months, Grand Isle actor Luke Benward, who commented with a heart-eye emoji.

The Tennessee-born 25-year-old is the four-time SAG Award winner’s first public romance since ending her two-year relationship with live-in love Levi Meaden in August 2019.

The acting couple co-produced and co-starred as Annie and Adam in the Baer Brothers’ directorial debut Don’t Log Off, which wrapped production on July 31.

Still going strong! Ariel's post caught the eye of her boyfriend of nine months, Grand Isle actor Luke Benward, who commented with a heart-eye emoji

Still going strong! Ariel’s post caught the eye of her boyfriend of nine months, Grand Isle actor Luke Benward, who commented with a heart-eye emoji

Loved up: The Tennessee-born 25-year-old (L) is the four-time SAG Award winner's (R) first public romance since ending her two-year relationship with live-in love Levi Meaden in August 2019 (pictured February 27)

Loved up: The Tennessee-born 25-year-old (L) is the four-time SAG Award winner’s (R) first public romance since ending her two-year relationship with live-in love Levi Meaden in August 2019 (pictured February 27)

Zoom birthday party gone wrong: The acting couple co-produced and co-starred as Annie and Adam in the Baer Brothers' directorial debut Don't Log Off, which wrapped production on July 31 (pictured August 26)

Zoom birthday party gone wrong: The acting couple co-produced and co-starred as Annie and Adam in the Baer Brothers’ directorial debut Don’t Log Off, which wrapped production on July 31 (pictured August 26)

In the COVID-19 era indie comedic thriller, Winter plays a woman who disappears during her virtual Zoom surprise birthday party, and her friends have to find her.

Ariel gushed of the film: ‘This movie really is an ensemble and I’m honored to be sharing the screen with my friends, and producing this with a few of them as well!’

The aspiring federal prosecutor previously stated that she planned on resuming her studies at UCLA after dropping out in March 2018.



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