Millie Bobby Brown's slicked-back hair in her latest selfie is so gorj

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Photo credit: Neil Mockford - Getty Images
Photo credit: Neil Mockford - Getty Images

Despite having nearly 50 million followers on Instagram, Millie Bobby Brown is just like any other late-teen. Especially when it comes to communicating through the medium of 1) selfie drops and 2) hair change-ups.

Her experimentations (and subsequent self-shot grid posts) are always so pretty - but also sometimes also offer super interesting insights into her headspace. Like, remember that time she wore space buns while filming a badass reel that clapped back at her haters? Epic.

She's also tried everything from easy-breezy natural air-dried hair to nostalgic 90s hair makeovers, extension-less cropped blonde hair to Rapunzelesque lengths.

Millie's latest selfie carousel, captioned "thx for the grilled cheese" includes a close-up shot of her toastie (accessorised with cool plastic specs and a cute smile), a glowing side-profile with MBB's hair pulled back into a chic chignon, a snap of a strawberry feat. Millie's XXL French mani nails, and a lo-fi blurred shot of Millie sticking out her tongue at the camera.

But I was solely obsessed with the first shot of the gallery, where Millie's hair is divided in a dead-centre part and slicked back to the crown of her head. Her hair is glossed into place and it's giving me serious off-duty Hailey Bieber vibes (which makes sense because, quite adorably, she's always showering both Hails and Justin with her supportive admiration on Instagram).

You can see the look, which she paired with little hoops, a delicate star necklace and a casual v-neck tee below.

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No side-part in sight here, folks.

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