Look At Her Now! Selena Gomez Debuts Short Bob Haircut On TikTok — See Her New 'Do
A fresh chop! Selena Gomez surprised fans by showing off a new bob haircut in an October 19 TikTok post.
The star debuted the cute style on the social media app to announce she was hosting a watch party on her account for the season finale of Only Murders in the Building.
"Hi, everyone. Tune in on Tuesday, October 19 to join me for a watch party of the final episode where I will also be answering some of your questions," she said. "It'll be streaming from my TikTok @selenagomez at 6 p.m. [PST]."
The "Lose You to Love Me" crooner, who was previously sporting long locks, rocked the bob look a few years ago, and earlier this year, she dyed her hair blonde.
Her stylists Nikki Lee and Riawna Capri told ELLE that the dye job took a total of eight hours, and they used 200 foils in her tresses.
"This blonde is unique to [Selena], as we had to make sure there was an equal balance of cool and warm for her skin tone," they explained. "It’s an edgier look and perfect for summer."
In the 15-second TikTok clip, the singer-actress was also wearing some chic eye makeup, a look she likely created with her Rare Beauty products, a cosmetics line she launched last year.
"Society constantly tells us that we’re not enough, [so] I wanted to start a brand to challenge and eliminate that pressure – to change the conversation," she told Stellar magazine. "My goal with Rare Beauty is to break down these unrealistic standards of beauty."
"I saw from personal experience how these impossible beauty standards were having such an effect on my mental health and I know a lot of people who felt the same way," the former Disney Channel darling continued. "There’s a strong connection between how we talk about beauty and mental health. And I think we should discuss both."
"I think it’s so important to take breaks from scrolling on social media. At Rare Beauty we do social detox weekends often, when we encourage our community to log off for the weekend," she revealed. "It makes a big difference with mental health."