If lockdown taught us anything, it’s that it’s probably never a good idea to cut your own fringe. We’ve heard countless stories of people going full DIY, only to be left with uneven, zig-zag-esque bangs – but somehow Beyoncé has just managed to make this look stylish.
Posing for British Vogue’s July Issue, the 40 year old singer is seen sporting a choppy, asymmetric fringe alongside a number of other striking beauty looks, from gothic makeup complete with black lipstick to a peacock-style headpiece. Clearly Queen Bey has proved she can pull off anything.
The star has shared pictures from the shoot to her own Instagram account, including the snap of her brand new bangs, which fans are now jokingly branding a “bayang” due to its uneven style.
“The bayang,” one person writes, posting laughing emojis.
“It’s that bayang for me,” another says, while a third adds: “Not the bayanggggs.”
The singer’s new hairstyle seems to have divided fans, with one person calling it a “bowl cut”, while another follower jumped to her defence, telling fans, “It’s art.”
In the glamorous shot, the mother-of-three teams her controversial new fringe with a bronze, smokey eyeshadow look and heavily-contoured cheekbones, finished off with bushy brows and a shimmery gold lipstick shade that’s giving major 90s supermodel vibes.
It’s not just us that’s picked up on the reference either. While posting heart-eye emojis, one fan says: “Yasssss queen, with that @bsimonebeauty ‘90s baby’ gold on the lips.”
Beyoncé’s cover shoot for Vogue marks the next chapter in her music career, as editor-in-chief Edward Enninful reveals: “New music is coming – a thrilling abundance of it.”
Writing about meeting and styling the singer for the issue, he explains: “Beyoncé Knowles-Carter, a writer of excellent and lengthy texts, had taken to messaging me as we brainstormed the direction of her Vogue shoot together. A fashion fantasia spun from the tropes of club life during the last century’s final quarter.”
Edward continues: “This is a precious time in her life. Now 40, she’s feeling so good as a mother, an artist and a woman.”
We don’t know about you but we’re loving the star’s new look. In a world where mullets and wolf-cuts are dominating, who knows, perhaps zig-zag “bayangs” are the next big thing?
See the full feature in the July issue of British Vogue available via digital download and on newsstands from Tuesday 21 June.
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