Selena Gomez’s new haircut screams French bob

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“New hair who is that?” Selena Gomez wrote in her latest Instagram post, showing off the coolest new cut we’ve seen on the star. As she walked the red carpet at the Critics Choice Awards last week, she wore her long hair tied back in a sleek updo. Now Gomez has changed it up with a cute French girl haircut — one that’s been trending for a number of years.

What defines a French girl haircut you ask? Well, it’s all about that effortless style with natural-looking texture. The French bob is particularly trendy right now and Gomez has nailed it with hair slung over her shoulders and wavy bangs. The chic cut was done by Orlando Pita with Hung Vanngo as makeup, using Rare Beauty products of course. We’re not exactly sure what this glam is for, as she’s also sporting a Celine dress and Jennifer Fisher jewelry, styled by Kate Young.

Over on TikTok, Gomez showed off her new chop while lip-syncing the words to King Nas’ viral audio. It shows a man ticking off compliments to try to convince a woman to give him a chance and the woman is obviously not interested. “Maybe that’s why I’m single,” Gomez commented on the video. “Don’t believe a damn word.”

The star has been more outspoken on TikTok, sharing cute behind-the-scenes moments of her hit show Only murders in the building and to show backstage glam. Fans eat up every moment. “Famous people are really just people,” one fan wrote. “You are so active I could cry,” said another. “Selena is the only person I want to see on TikTok from now on,” said a third. We have to agree, girl kills it.

Gomez is having a big week. Her makeup brand, Rare Beauty, has just released an exciting new product: a tinted moisturizer. The beauty chef says it’s one of her favorite products ever.

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