Halsey, 26, changed up her hair yet again! The “Without Me” singer revealed her freshly dyed blue and green buzzcut in an Instagram post on Tuesday, Nov. 10. She looked flawless in the multi-photo post, also showing off a blue eyeshadow to match her hair. “book release things. everything is disgusting and it’s perfect,” she captioned the photos, referencing her book I Would Leave Me If I Could: A Collection of Poetry which dropped on Nov. 10.
The star continued to post photos of the cool new look on Nov. 12, posing in a lime green tube top and graffiti sweat pants in her eclectic living room. “making deals in a tube top u kno,” she captioned the post, which comes just three week after she cut her hair! Halsey revealed the buzzcut in a TikTok video on Oct. 19, using the hilarious “Don’t Do It Girl, It’s Not Worth It” audio clip. In the video, she rocks long black hair as she then reveals the dramatic new look. We have to say, Halsey — née Ashley Nicolette Frangipane — is so gorgeous both ways.
Her 22 million followers were definitely here for the look, and showed lots of love in the comment section. “You are so cute but I love this hair sooo much on you!” one gushed. “Howww beautiful theee greennn hairrrr iss onnn uuu,” another posted, while a third wrote, “green tho…really the prettiest girl that i have ever seen.” One fan was loving the new look so much, they wanted Halsey to come and do their hair! “COME AND DYE MY HAIR LIKE YOURS,” they hilariously begged.
I did it 😬
In support of her new poetry book, Halsey took part in a livestream with fans on Nov. 10 where she confessed the project is the most “honest” she’s ever been. “This is as honest as I could have possibly been…I’ve given you parts of myself I’ve never told my parents or my closest friends,” the singer, songwriter and activist for the Black Lives Matter movement said. Halsey explores topics like sexuality and gender dysmorphia in the book, as well as some past relationships. While she doesn’t name names, fans have speculated that the poem “Lighthouse” could be about her ex-boyfriend G-Eazy, 31.
“The reason I wanted to write a book is that I feel like I had so much to say that I didn’t feel comfortable saying it from my mouth,” she also said, explaining why she chose to wrote a book versus channeling these stories and thoughts into music. “When you read it, you see yourself in it. Writing a book is performing to an audience of one and that’s what makes this far more personal…There are certain things I cannot believe that are in there.”