The singer recently sported long extensions
Beyonce has switched up her hairstyle once again with the diva now showing off a dramatic cropped bob during the latest show on her ‘Mrs. Carter Show’ world tour after sporting long extensions over the last few weeks.
The 32-year-old has been travelling around Australia on her incredibly lengthy tour since October 16 and it seems the ‘Bow Down’ hitmaker had gotten a little bored of her flowing locks as she hit the stage in Adelaide yesterday donning a choppy blonde bob making a striking difference to her previous look.
It comes just a few months after Beyonce first ditched her long weave to debut a pixie cut, giving fans an extremely rare glimpse of her natural hair but it didn’t last long as just a couple of weeks later, the singer had reinstalled her lengthy tresses after receiving a mixed response from fans over her short do.
Beyonce’s longtime stylist Kim Kimble recently explained why the diva had decided to change her hairstyle after years of rocking the same weave, telling People magazine: “She had great, thick long hair, which she cut off because she’s ready to make a statement. It’s a great [one] to make: I’m beautiful, sexy, bold and I can do it all.
She’s the perfect model for that: A working woman, mom, superstar, businesswoman. She’s powerful in herself. I got a little teary eyed! I’ve been working for her so long, she has this beautiful long hair and it’s hard to grow hair out,” she added.
Aside from her tour, Beyonce is preparing to release her HBO documentary Life Is But A Dream on DVD on November 25 for the first time since it aired earlier this year. A preview shows Beyonce with her one-year-old daughter Blue Ivy, enjoying romantic dinners with husband Jay Z and the fallout after she sacked her father Mathew Knowles as her manager, while the singer also gives fans a quick listen of new track ‘God Made You Beautiful.
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