Simone Ashley is unrecognisable with a full fringe and short, super-straight hair

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While we were already obsessed with Simone Ashley from her role in Sex Education, our love for the actor went to a whole new level after Bridgerton season two. And alongside her stellar acting (season three, where you at??), we can’t stop talking about her character, Kate Sharma’s, incredible hair and make-up moments, too.

So, dear reader, we’re pleased to say that Simone’s incredible beauty moments didn’t stop after the show – nope. Since the episodes dropped on Netflix, she has served major look after major look. So far, we’ve had bouncy curls, XXL extensions with baby braids and even a mega curly lob. And that's before we've even gotten into her glow-y skin.

Now, she’s done it again – this time debuting an entirely new look. Posting a selfie on Instagram, Simone is rocking a thick, full fringe. YES, everybody, a full-on fringe. Maybe we’ll see more fringes around the ‘Ton come season three?

To give her bangs a more modern feel, they’ve been cut with wispy ends that skim her eyebrows. Très chic. To add to that, Simone’s hair has also been styled pin-straight – a completely different vibe from her usual curls.

Of course, her new look went down just as well as when the Viscount decided to shave off his sideburns, with the comments section filled with praise:

Shelley Conn, who plays Kate Sharma’s mother Lady Mary, wrote: 'Bangs are banging, Girl!! ❤️🔥'.

One user added: 'Love your new hairstyle 💇🏽♀️💖'.

Another said: 'I love your new hair 💜💜'.

While somebody summed up all our thoughts: 'Um. I think it’s fringe time'.

Yep. Somebody get me in the hairdressers’ chair, ASAP.

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