Jessie J has debuted a brand new haircut – and all credit goes to her.
The Price Tag hit-maker, 32, decided to change up her appearance after she got bored to tears with her hairstyle during lockdown.
Taking to Instagram, the pop singer proudly showcased her hairstyling skills as she unveiled her dramatic – albeit slightly wonky – new look.
Showcasing her modelling skills, Jessie radiated confidence and sex appeal as she posed in a chocolate brown ensemble.
Leaning against a mustard yellow wall, the award-winning songstress looked super-chic as she rocked a pair of light denim jeans and a long-lined brown leather jacket.
Alongside her latest offering, Jessie excitedly declared: “’The short bob is back baby!”
In a previous post, the singer joked that she’s now doing virtual hair appointments after cutting her own locks.
Alongside a short clip of herself holding scissors, she wrote: “Home hair cut by me.
“Appointments for haircuts by me now available on zoom… Monday – Friday. DM me for details.”
She went on: “I’m never going to change. It looks like life right now… Uneven. But man do I feel lighter.
“NEEDED TO SHAKE MYSELF UP TODAY AND THIS WAS EXACTLY WHAT I NEEDED!! Sometimes you just gotta do it.”
Jessie’s gorgeous transformation comes after the singer endured a rough couple of weeks health-wise.
She was forced to spend Christmas Eve in hospital after she was left unable to hear or walk straight.
It came after Jessie was diagnosed with Meniere’s disease, an ear condition that can cause sudden attacks of dizzy spells, vertigo and loss of hearing.
Addressing her diagnosis on social media, Jessie revealed that her ear “sounds like someone crawled in and turned a hairdryer on”.
Since her health scare, she has been lying low and not able to sing to her full potential.
“I just miss singing so much and being around… anyone,” she shared.
After being seen by doctors, Jessie said she has been put on the right medication and is hoping to get on stage as soon as she can.
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