Hailey Bieber Says Short Hair Is ‘More Fun’ With New Set of IG Selfies

The Rhode skincare founder debuted a new look last month.
Hailey Bieber

Hailey Bieber.

By now, we’ve all seen Hailey Bieber’s new blunt bob. Still, the 26-year-old continues to bless her followers with different angles of her new haircut on Instagram—which many of us are saving as inspo pics to bring to our own hairstylists.

The Rhode skincare founder’s latest collection of selfies are rightfully focused on her freshly short locks. In the first, Bieber peered into the camera from the side. She wore a strapless top, and her skin glowed as she pouted for the lens. The next snap was a casual outdoor shot of the model wearing a fuzzy bucket hat and tank top.

A close-up mirror pic showcased Bieber’s glossy lips, pink cheeks and bold brows. The final photo was a variation on the first pic, in which Bieber tagged hairstylist Cherilyn Farris and makeup artist Mary Phillips.

Bieber is clearly feeling her new look, and we can’t blame her. She captioned the post she shared with her 50.4 million followers, “short = more fun 🍭🍭🍭.”

Tons of fans and friends flocked to the comments section to leave flame and heart-eye emojis, while others provided more detailed feedback.

“Just cut my hair because of you, thanks queen! 🤍,” wrote one person, while another piped in with, “Inspired for us short haired girls please kept it up.”

“Short hair is a slay on you,” a fan complimented, while someone else said, “everything suits you perfectly.”

If you’re feeling influenced by Bieber’s new hairstyle, you’re not alone. Farris shared a snapshot of Bieber’s look on her own Instagram account, to which actress and dancer Jenna Dewan commented, “I’m ready to bring back the bob full on.”

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