Billie Eilish ditches the green and black hair — see the surprising new look

Billie Eilish ditches the green and black hair — see the surprising new look

Billie Eilish ditches the green and black hair — see the surprising new look

Billie Eilish ditches the green and black hair — see the surprising new look
Billie Eilish ditches the green and black hair — see the surprising new look

Billie Eilish has changed her hair color, and her new look might stun even her longtime fans: She’s gone blond!

 

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The photo, posted Wednesday, had more than 11 million likes within hours of it being posted, and the caption simply read, “Pinch me.”

 

 

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Now, it’s not that Eilish hasn’t experimented with the light side before. She had faded blond highlights along with her signature neon green in September 2019. She also shared a mullet cut in November of that year. But unlike her other looks, which proudly displayed her very dark roots, her new hairstyle is a full-head, single-color process.

She shared another image in her Instagram stories:

Billie Eilish ditches the green and black hair — see the surprising new look
Billie Eilish ditches the green and black hair — see the surprising new look

After a slide teasing everyone with “can you guess what color?” against a gray field, the next slide cut to a picture of Eilish showing off the locks. The next read, “Bye greeeeen.”

Billie Eilish ditches the green and black hair — see the surprising new look
Billie Eilish ditches the green and black hair — see the surprising new look

It is a serious swing into the blond life, but we think the shaggy cut becomes her, and resonates a real Deborah Harry/Blondie/1980s vibe to us.

Billie Eilish ditches the green and black hair — see the surprising new look
Billie Eilish ditches the green and black hair — see the surprising new look

Eilish, 19, seems to like the whole hair-raising discussion she engenders, unlike when people comment about what she’s wearing or criticize her body. “Some people hate what I wear, some people praise it, some people use it to shame others, some people use it to shame me, but I feel you watching,” she said during a pre-lockdown concert last March. “So while I feel your stares, your disapproval or your sigh of relief, if I lived by them, I’d never be able to move.”

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