The 27-year-old's long locks have divided opinion, but we think she looks *totally* beaut...
There’s no denying that Frankie Bridge is one of the prettiest ladies in pop.
The 27-year-old can get away with pretty much any hairstyle, switching out her famous fringed crop for a beachy mid-length ‘do earlier this year.
Now she’s gone even longer, telling her Instagram fans two weeks ago that she’d treated herself to a new set of extensions.
These chest-skimming lengths appear to have had a subtle blonde colour weaved through them. And she looks just beaut.
Frankie first showed off her new style while on holiday with husband Wayne earlier this month, sharing a snap of herself and her man relaxing by the pool. She’d nailed summer chic in a floaty cream mini, while her locks had been teased into loose waves.
She gave us another glimpse of her mane last week, jokily captioning a photo of herself with a cute ponytail: ‘When you’ve just done a workout and your sweaty red face matches the colour of your juice.’
Personally, we thought Frankie looked ah-mazing in the shot (despite this supposed ‘red face’). But unfortunately for The Saturdays singer, some people thought her post was a good place to make rude comments about her hair. *Sigh*.
Messages included: ‘She does not suit long hair at all,’ and: ‘You definitely need to cut your hair into your famous short cut, long hair just doesn’t suit you….booooooo 🙁 you used to inspire me with your gorgeous short hair [sic].’
Not cool, right? Luckily, plenty of other followers had kinder words. One wrote: ‘Beautiful short or long, suits both x,’ while another said: ‘Flawless and utterly beautiful. Very naturally pretty, think there are some jealous peeps about.’
But the comment that really nailed read: ‘Can we just all get this one thing straight please, Frankie can decide how she wants her hair.
‘Frankie can wake up in the morning and choose what hairstyle she wants to have, Frankie did not ask for anybody’s opinion on how her hair should look, if Frankie wanted to have short hair then Frankie would get her hair cut short.’
You tell ’em, pal.