Britney Spears Debuts a New, Red-Dipped Haircut

“I feel like a brand new woman.”

Britney Spears has a new hair look. The pop icon took to Instagram on September 13, one day after announcing her engagement to Sam Asghari, to debut a new, shoulder-length chop with cool red-dipped ends. 

“I was kinda inspired 😎😜😂 to go red and then I cut all my hair off and now I feel like a brand new woman,” Spears wrote. See the look for yourself, below. 

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Spears also used the caption as a chance to address the paparazzi who, she says, are taking unfair shots of her. “I really don't appreciate the paparazzi giving me a double chin while I'm driving in my car 🙄 ... you fucking assholes 😡 !!!” she wrote. “But hey it's Hollywood and as Madonna says, how can it hurt you when it looks so good ???” (That's a reference to Madonna's 2003 song “Hollywood.”) 

The Glory singer continued in her caption, “I've had my fair share of embarrassing pics and it's not the pictures that upset me ... I think it's the arrogant sarcasm and people talking shit that goes with it !!! Oh well ... I try to stay far away from it all and believe I'm doing a pretty damn good job at that lately.” 

Yes, she is. She doubled down on her messaging in a separate IG post. “People love to talk shit so … KISS MY ASS 😈💋🍑 !!!!!!” she wrote.

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Britney Spears seems happier than ever these days. News broke last week that her father, Jamie, filed a petition to end the conservatorship she's been under for 13 years. Shortly after, her engagement to longtime boyfriend Asghari was confirmed. 

“[Sam is] ready for marriage and kids with Britney and is serious about the relationship. She wants to take that next step and have that full life with him,” a source told People about Asghari. “As a couple they’ve hidden how they’ve really felt even from people close to them because they were anxious and scared, but now it’s all out there.”

This story originally appeared on: Glamour - Author:Condé Nast

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