Lily Allen's new bangs - freshly shorn into trendy micro 'baby bangs' - are a modern counterpoint to the 70s curtain cut. Less top heavy, they also side step the diligent maintenance brow-skimming bangs require.
It's fair to say our celebrity obsession with bangs started when Courtney Cox opted for a '90s 'Monica' fringe last year. Taylor Swift's feathery curtain bangs then set the bar for a 70s hair revival while Anne Hathaway's 'French Girl' bangs look set to be a huge trend post-lockdown.
But now Lily Allen has upped the ante yet again in an Instagram post promoting her virtual appearance at Fendi's Milan Fashion Week show.
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In the post, Lily can be seen holding a bouquet of flowers with the caption: "Thanks for the 💐, can’t wait for tomorrow #FendiFW21 #anotefromkimjones."
Forget the flowers - we couldn't stop staring at those short, blunt bangs! Needless to say her fans loved it.
“OBSESSED with your hair at all times,” one commenter wrote.
While another added: “Omgggg this is a looooook.”
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We couldn't agree more. But before you reach for the scissors, remember, bangs can be a major commitment, given that they require regular trims and styling. But if that doesn't deter you then this is one page to bookmark for when salons re-open.
Fiona Embleton is a beauty writer who is now Acting Beauty Editor at Stylist. She is obsessed with Isabel Marant and cats.
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