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Camila Cabello just wore two pigtails, six braids, two front pieces and half down hair, all in one hairstyle

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With celebrities being... well, celebrities, they tend to go a little OTT from time to time – in terms of fashion and beauty, that is. I mean, they do get to attend some of the greatest red carpet events, premieres, and once-in-a-lifetime opportunities that we regular folk could only dream of. So, who can blame them, ey? Stand out from the crowd and all that...

The legendary Kelly Rowland sported XXL Disney vibe hair extensions for the world premiere of Universal Pictures' "NOPE" at TCL Chinese Theatre in Hollywood just last week. And let's not forget Megan Fox's fresh out the shower look for last year's MTV VMAs. Iconic.

This time though, the most recent celebrity hair extravaganza comes to us via our good ol' Instagram feeds. Ahh, you've gotta love the 'Gram for all it provides. Dimitris Giannetos, Camila Cabello's legendary hairstylist, gave us everything and more with the below post. Take a look for yourselves:

In the caption, Dimitris writes: "2 pig tails, 6 braids, 2 front pieces, half down hair and wind. Why not do it all huh?". And he certainly has done it all. What more could you want from a four-in-one hairstyle? Nothing, really!

But this isn't just any regular 'pop down to Tesco' hairstyle, no. Instead, Camila shared on her IG feed a clip from a new music video in which she is sporting this very hair look.

I suppose the effort behind this hairstyle now makes sense seeing as it was for a professional shoot. But whose to say that I can't actually wear this look whilst doing my weekly food shop? I suppose I best get practising.

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