Cheryl shows off new shorter hair after glam makeover
CHERYL has ditched her long locks for a shorter chic hair style.
The 38-year-old showed off her glam transformation in a sponsored Instagram ad for a skin product.
The star, who recently admitted she took sleeping pills for ‘overthinking’, was talking to her 3.5m followers about Feel Beauty's new probiotic.
Cheryl looked incredible as she filmed herself talking about the the product.
The singer opted for dewy face makeup, winged eyeliner and a pink lip for the advert.
But it was her hair that really stood out in the footage after having an amazing cut.
The former Girls Aloud singer styled her locks into a middle parting and some loose waves.
Cheryl used to have hair way past her shoulders, fringe and more blonde highlights.
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Her look has changed over time since welcoming her son Bear – who she shares with One Direction star Liam Payne – in 2017.
The dancer shot to fame as a member of Girls Aloud, who formed on ITV's Popstars: The Rivals in 2002.
At the start of her career the beauty opted for skimpy outfits, including short mini dresses and plunging necklines.
Cheryl also has a number of tattoos, including roses tattooed on her bum and lower back, Treble Clef and rose on her right thigh and a Maori tribal design on her right hand.
Earlier this month The Sun revealed that Cheryl's attempt at reinventing her career as a podcaster as ended after it's been axed after four episodes.
Cheryl was announced as the host of a 12-part show for the BBC called You, Me and R&B with Cheryl, although only a handful of episodes aired.
Now those have been deleted from BBC Sounds and further episodes have been abandoned.
A source said: “Cheryl was commissioned for 12 episodes and it was hoped it could have been the start of an exciting new stage of her career as a broadcaster.
“But the backlash wasn’t pretty and she felt blindsided by it.
“She only made it through a third of the series and no more episodes have been made for almost three months now – it’s done.
“The hope was that it could just be buried and disappear quietly which is why the first four episodes have been deleted from BBC Sounds too.
“It’s just an embarrassing chapter which neither her or the BBC is keen to dwell on.”
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