You need to see Billie Eilish with a new Lady Di brushback hairstyle

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Photo credit: Billie Eilish - Instagram
Photo credit: Billie Eilish - Instagram

Right, it's officially happening. There's nothing you can do to stop it. The 80s brushback, made famous by the likes of Lady Di is coming back. If you want to look cool in 2021-22, I'm sorry to break it to you, but the mullet and shag looks that took over your timelines this year are about to be seriously overshadowed.

You might say that this is total speculation. And you'd be right. But t-r-u-s-t me on this one, you're going to see off-duty Di hair hitting the heads of the bravest stars in the coming months.

Miley Cyrus already did it earlier in June, posting a picture to Instagram Stories in a red lingerie set, revealing a brand new hairstyle which looks suspiciously like Diana's own the mullet-mushroom hybrid cut.

Anyway, Billie Eilish AKA the official US hairstyle experimenter just went a step further in her own hair evolution, and that step too included 80s Diana vibes.

ICYMI, to catch you up, Billie rose to fame with sky-blue hair, which she evolved into a green and black mullet (which was, it turns out, the outcome of a terrifying hair accident). Anyway, she broke the internet by turning it platinum blonde earlier in 2021 (the result of a very secretive wig operation). And more recently she's been opting for a less styled look, leaning into air-dried vibes.

Anyway, Billie's latest post shows the shorter layers of her hair blown upwards in a way which closely resembles the mushroom-brushback look, and I'm willing to bet she's on her way to committing to the look totally in the coming months.

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It's happening, guys...

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