Keeping up with Florence Pugh's latest hairstyle is no easy feat. The actress seems to switch up her look almost weekly.
Though she may have a fickle approach to new trends, her fans are always on board with her ever-changing style. Her recent brown bob-pixie hybrid and red hair were huge showstoppers. Now, her latest look is less Ariel, more Tinker Bell.
That's right, like Katy Perry and Miley Cyrus—skunk hair aficionado—Pugh has decided to go blonde. Her platinum strands are accentuated by a short pixie that's perfectly unkempt. In her latest 'Gram, the star's seen rocking this style with a fuzzy cobalt jacket and purple sunglasses—punk rock at its chicest.
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Check out Florence Pugh's new pixie
While venturing through a small collection of Christmas trees, Pugh decided to share her new strands with her followers. Per usual, the actress' comment section on Instagram went berserk.
"Ahhh love the blonde Pugh new Do," one Instagram user wrote. "Cause of death: these photos," another user wrote, which received upwards of 2,800 likes...and counting.
"Merry Christmas kisses," she captioned the group of photos.
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As the hair experts make their 2022 hair trends predictions, we're curious what styles Pugh will try, if not all of them. Considering the moxie—a pixie mullet mashup—is due to be a highly-requested chop, we can totally see the actress attempting it for herself at some point next year.
Additionally, warm reds are going to be in. She's experimented with browns, blondes, and bright reds, so we can certainly imagine her opting for a light auburn to shake things up.
Regardless of what's on her to-do list next, we have a feeling it'll be a hit with the social media world. Keep an eye out, though—she moves fast!
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