It’s only January, but Hailey Bieber just debuted the most significant hair transformation of the year — for now, anyway.
It’s the shortest fans have ever seen her hair. However, it might be surprising to others given that she recently gushed about her hair length.
Nevertheless, the 26-year-old is seemingly in love with her choice. In a series of snaps shared on her Instagram page, Hailey debuted her dramatic new hairdo as she ditched her long brunette tresses.
Hailey Bieber Shows Off New Daring Bob Cut
On Thursday, the YouTuber shared a six-frame carousel with her 50.3M followers, which majorly flaunted her new hairdo to the utmost delight of fans.
One zoomed-in picture showed the model in a side-angle pose, modeling her blunt bob tucked behind her ears. Her flawless makeup of red blush and nude lipstick complimented the black fur she wore. She accessorized the whole look with gold earrings and a classy sunshade. The last side piggybacked off her side view posture, but this time, the former T.V. host’s chin-length bob was let loose.
Another snapshot displayed her sharp bob cut while wearing a brown sweater. Hailey held out the tip of her hair to display the big chop. In one frame, the top model revealed her full look, flaunting her long bare legs in front of a mirror. She donned a black trench coat over a cream shirt and a grey mini skirt.
“Chop ✨,” she captioned the upload, which has since been liked more than a million times. Mrs. Bieber’s effortlessly chic bob prompted fans to share how iconic her hair was in the comment section of her post. One follower wrote, “love!!! that profile is perfection,” while Los Angeles hairstylist Irinel de León added, “cannot wait to play w your new hair!!!”
A third follower commented, “just when i thought u couldn’t get any more perfect u go and do this!! 😍.” A fan noted how influential her style was to them, writing, “Hailey Bieber chopped her hair short, so now it’s my turn to chop my short.”
The Rhode Beauty founder is likely to continue her fashion-forward ways and motivate some fans to go the chopped hair route, but others prefer she stuck with her longtime lengthy hair look.
Weeks ago, The Blast covered how Hailey celebrated her hair growth. Although she was disappointed about how long her hair growth journey was, the Arizona native attained a crucial goal regarding her hair.
Showing off the results on Instagram, the beauty influencer posted a radiant selfie of herself dressed in a white round-neck body-hugging top paired with a grey jacket. Hailey adorned her beautiful face with full glam, highlighting her high cheekbones.
However, the post’s main highlight was her healthy, sleek ponytail. Looking pleased with the length of the brunette hair that dropped down to her shoulders, she gushed in the caption, “it’s taken me 3 years to grow my hair out. Officially can do a ponytail with no extensions or clip ins 😂🙏.”
Hailey Bieber Joins The Nepo Baby Conversation: Claiming The Name
Indeed, the American socialite is very daring with any choice she makes. Per The Blast, earlier this month, she walked the streets of L.A. rocking a cropped t-shirt that read, “Nepo Baby.”
The term was coined for celebrities or famous individuals who scaled to the top of their careers because they had family members in that line of work—a controversial move for Hailey, who is a candidate.
The topic has been plaguing Hollywood for weeks since an article hosted on Vulture and New York Magazine did a deep dive into Hollywood’s nepo babies, disclosing names like Zoe Kravitz, Ben Platt, Dakota Johnson, and Lily-Rose Depp.
The media personality, who was not only mentioned in the article but also featured in the title art, also had a conversation with Gwyneth Paltrow on her YouTube channel, where the two agreed that while it helped them, it hasn’t defined their careers.
Many of Hailey’s supporters were baffled at the tone-deaf conversation being had by the nepo babies. But the actress and the model were unbothered, and Paltrow co-signed Hailey’s nepo baby shirt. The 50-year-old laughed it off in the comment section, writing, “I might need a few of these.”