You need to see Bridgerton's Charithra Chandran with a French bob and fringe

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Ever since Bridgerton season 2 debuted on our Netflix screens, the Sharma sisters have been the talk of the town – I mean 'Ton, both on and off screen. Kate Sharma, who is played by Simone Ashley, has been killin' the IRL beauty game as of late. We've seen her sport an XXL hip-skimming ponytail, a beachy curl lob and a pin straight fringed 'do.

As for her on-screen sis, Charithra Chandran, who plays Edwina Sharma, had us racking up online shopping carts worth a month's pay when she revealed her favourite on-set beauty product. OK, maybe not a whole month's worth... but you get my vibe.

And now, like her Bridgerton big sis, Charithra has too only gone and served a major new hairstyle: a pin-straight fringed 'do. As much as we love this editorial-looking hair by Hyungsun Ju, the French micro-bob style does make her *completely* unrecognisable. No, really, I had to do a double-take!

I present to you, Miss Edwina in her retro mod era...

In the comments, many fans likened her to the ancient Egyptian Queen, Cleopatra, writing:


"Cleopatra vibezzzz 😍😍😍🔥".

"Queen Cleopatra!".

In addition to others who left comments saying how much they loved the look:

One fan wrote: "Omg. The new hair. It's fierce. I love it."

Another said: "Love this look 😍".

Whilst another said: "Girl this look is everythingggggg 🔥🔥🔥".

Someone else put: "Love the short hair!!".

We too adore this look and would love to see Miss Edwina rock it in season three. Although, we're not too sure what Queen Charlotte would say seeing as it doesn't quiiiite fit in with the Regency period vibe.

One can only hope!

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