It’s safe to say that Billie Eilish is one of our biggest beauty crushes at Cosmopolitan, from her amazing acrylic nails (which she recently ditched) to her makeup choices (Hello, MILK) by the way. by her ever-changing hair.
Lately, she’s been ramping up the damage from a hair dye incident last year (and the Regina George style, inadvertently caused a mullet-like tsunami, with people like Miley Cyrus and Maisie Williams jumping on board).
And because she’s been faithfully stuck with the lime-green root and black-length combo for quite some time now, we’re all waiting to see what comes next from our collective hair icon.
So, when Billie posted a photo on Instagram last week with pretty faded-looking green roots (borderline pastel yellow), fans started to wonder if she was embarking on a new hair experiment.
She followed up with a series of Instagram stories last night, one with a close-up of her hair, with hair dye applied – and another with the end result.
… And sure, Billie found a way to rock us in the coolest way.
“Sooo did you think this was gonna be something new?” She begins by laughing and winking at the camera.
“It’s actually the same whore! It gets you every time!” she continues, with an evil chuckle.
Long story short, Billie has stayed true to her luminous roots, with her refreshed green and blue lengths tinged with black.
And here’s the thing – while Billie’s prank is fun and fun, it actually makes a very important statement about what we expect from celebrities (and their hairstylists) these days, in terms of constant change.
It’s no fun expecting you to constantly change your aesthetic, and as Billie’s hair story shows, it can have dramatic hair health consequences as well, especially if bleaching is involved.
Either way, we love Billie’s refreshed look and all the power she has to stick to her signature look.
Here’s Billie’s look before the callback date, for context:
Does this mean that we are entering an era of hair monogamy (working title)? If so, my discovery screams for joy. 💚
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