Jessica Simpson blasted by fans for dyeing seven-year-old daughter's hair

Jessica Simpson has been slammed by trolls for dyeing her seven-year-old daughter’s hair.

Taking to Instagram, the singer and actress shared a snap of Maxwell in the salon chair with foil wrapped around the tips of her hair, as well as the final result which saw her with a pink and purple balayage style.

But fans were quick to comment and suggest that the girl was too young for her hair to be ‘ruined’ in this way, with one even deciding to claim that Maxwell looked ‘so much prettier’ before.

‘Isn’t she too young to have her hair dyed?’ and ‘So sad to see a child this young getting her hair dyed’ were just two of the comments left on Jessica’s account.

‘She looked so much prettier with her natural golden locks. She still should be a child in every sense. That time is short,’ added a follower while another comment read: ‘Why start ruining her hair so young?’

‘Don’t like it at all !!! Much better before the colour. The new colour make her look older than her age,’ was also shared on the page.

However, others defended the decision and reminded people that hair grows out and it’s not the first nor the last time young children will want to dye their hair.

‘For everyone freaking out over a little colour on her ends, remember us 90’s kids taking highlighters to our hair at school?!’ read one comment.

‘She looks adorable and I’m laughing at all of you clutching your pearls because of hair dye. Your poor kids must have the most boring lives!’ joked another comment.

In March, Jessica and husband Eric Johnson welcomed their second daughter; the pair are already parents to daughter Maxwell and son Ace, five.

Jessica confirmed the birth of Birdie Mae on Instagram with the the 39-year-old sharing a picture of her two children peering into the bassinet holding the tot.

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