Gigi Hadid Looks Like A Noughties Girl-Band Member With New Bright Red Block Fringe

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Photo credit: Francois Durand
Photo credit: Francois Durand

2021 was officially the year that the entire A-list decided to embrace their inner red head, dyeing their hair every shade of copper, scarlet, auburn and strawberry blonde imaginable.

Bridgerton's Phoebe Dynevor swapped her blonde for a warm Titian copper, Sophie Turner returned to her iconic Game Of Thrones auburn, whilst Dua Lipa worked nineties-inspired poker straight lengths dyed a zingy carrot shade for Versace. Then, there was Gigi Hadid.

After lying low on Instagram and everywhere else post giving birth to baby Khai, the model and new mum made a dramatic return to the fashion scene back in March with striking bronze hair in place of her signature sandy blonde.

Hadid was clearly feeling her new pre-Raphaelite hair colour and upped the ante, showing off an even bolder copper shade in June, followed swiftly by the plushiest sky high scarlet ponytail we've ever had the pleasure to witness at September's Met Gala.

Now, the 26-year-old has taken her red hair to a whole new level, adding a block fringe. Hadid took to Instagram yesterday to reveal a chunky new fringe that she paired with super straight auburn hair. Gigi completed her new look with a matching chestnut coloured lipstick and a white waistcoat and suit trousers, which all in all gave us serious noughties girl band vibes.

Behind the fashion week regular's brand new power bangs is Gigi's go-to hairstylist and the woman responsible for that Met Gala ponytail, Esther Langham.

However, it turns out that Hadid's foray into the world of fringes may have just been a temporary one. In a reel the model posted wearing the same look, she also goes on to wear a series of other outfits, switching up her hair as she goes. And, you guessed it, the fringe disappears as quickly as it arrived on our Insta feeds.

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