Bye bye long hair, Angèle changes her look!

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While we have always known the famous Belgian singer with her long blonde hair, Angèle has just posted a new photo of herself in which she literally changes her haircut.

Surprise ! For her 28th birthday, Angèle shared an unexpected photo on her social networks. At a time when all the stars are changing their hair color, like Dua Lipa or Rihanna, it’s the Belgian artist’s turn! While her long mane was her trademark, Angèle surprised her fans by revealing a whole new face.

Behind her newsboy cap, the singer of “Balance ton Quelle” opted for a… short cut! Between her ears and her shoulders, Angèle sports adorable little blonde locks, a bit retro, which curl towards the sky, accompanied by subtly cut bangs above the eyebrows. In the comments, many fans are surprised. “ Did you cut your hair?? », they all ask him one by one.

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Remember, in the music video for “Libre”, Angèle sported an electric blue mullet cut, which turned out to be a wig. So is this the case again? Is Angèle preparing a new music video or a new advertising campaign with Chanel? For the moment, no one knows… Even if her new cut suits her perfectly, the singer has not revealed whether it is a permanent change or not.


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