Camila Cabello now has a mullet and it’s her coolest look yet

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Something big is coming for Camila Cabello. We don’t know exactly what it is, but she’s gearing up for something big, with all-new hair and killer makeup. Her hairstylist Dimitris Giannetos posted a very personal photo of Cabello’s new mullet and fans are freaking out. It’s a big departure for the singer, who appears to be experiencing her own breakup after splitting from Shawn Mendes.

Sometimes, when hairstylists (or beauty editors—oops) call a new cut a mullet, it’s generally just a shaggy style that’s shorter in the front and longer in the back. The modern shag has been huge in recent years, especially for those with gorgeous curls. Cabello’s cut looks a lot more mullet-esque than we expected, with waist-length hair at the back and short, shaggy hair at the front. The hair is very Short in front that calls for mullet, with chunky bangs. It’s very cool and unique.

Her glamorous makeup continues her rock star look with a dramatic crease created by makeup artist Ash K Holm.

The tiny crystals around her eyes and the green eyeliner really take the look to a whole new level. Manicurist Thuy Nguyen gave Cabello deep burgundy nails, while fashion stylists Rob Zangardi and Mariel Haenn dressed her in Tom Ford and Givenchy. We told you it’s important.

It’s possible this new look is for an upcoming music video because she really does look like the quintessential pop star. It’s definitely not for Cinderella 2 unless she really gets a new look this time. It could also be mostly fake with artificial hairpieces. Anyway, we love that Cabello is having fun and bringing her post-breakup A-game. We will watch.

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