Jessie J’s hair has always been iconic.
She burst onto the music scene in 2010 with her debut single Do It Like A Dude and rocked a black bob with seriously blunt fringe.
Jessie, 32, later experimented with a variety of cuts and colours - including a full head shave in 2013 for Comic Relief - but has now come full circle.
Jessie J snapped up some wigs last year after an at-home dye job went wrong (Credit: Instagram/ @jessiej)
Earlier this week, the Essex-born singer visited her hair stylist in London and decided to get a new fringe cut in, circa 2010.
Considering her stylist works in London, and she lives in the US with her Hollywood star boyfriend Channing Tatum, getting her bangs cut was a big deal that took extensive planning.
And I’m not surprised, as it seems it was a long 12 months coming.
Jessie has admitted that a disaster with her locks last year meant she was forced to invest in a number of wigs to hide the damage.
The Price Tag star decided to get her peroxide on and bleach the front section of her hair in an at-home, spur of the moment job.
We’ve all been there. Hello, Sun-In, I’m looking at you over there. (And I’m showing my age).
Jessie now has a blunt fringe again (Credit: Instagram/ @jessiej)
While flicking through throwback pictures on her Instagram stories, Jessie told her fans: “I bleached the front of my hair a year ago (for a day).
“The next morning I didn’t love it so I dyed it back to dark brown…then cut it off so the broken bit wasn’t as far as my hair….wore extensions…wore wigs…dyed my eyebrows to distract from it..
Explaining the rest of her journey to where she is today, Jessie continued: “Thought about shaving it again, embraced my natural hair texture, still broken AF tho, then cut it all off myself in quarantine…
“But something still wasn’t right. Flew to London and my hair was still dry AF at the front. Then today…I said f*** it give me a bayang @kimroyhair.”
And that is exactly what Kim did - snipped in a fringe identical to the one she rocked in her Do It Like A Dude glory days.
In hindsight, my brassy Sun-In days weren’t quite so dramatic.
I just felt cool, because I was blonde orange.