Selena Gomez Just Debuted Her Second Dramatic Haircut of the Year

Plus a springy lavender manicure to go with it.

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In case you missed it, Nicola Peltz Beckham's directorial debut is on its way. While Lola—also written by the 29-year-old—is sure to inspire plenty of beauty looks, the drama's premiere has already set some exciting styles in motion. Case in point: Selena Gomez showed up to support her bestie with brand-new bangs.

While posing for photos at the a premiere of Lola in Los Angeles on Saturday, February 3, Gomez showed off her second dramatic cut of the year, the first being the bob she wore—alongside freshly dyed dark hair—in early January. This time, she went the fringe route, premiering full curtain bangs à la Brigitte Bardot. She paired the face-framing style with a red lip, lavender mani, and white corset top that matched Peltz Beckham's outfit.

Selena Gomez Bangs

Selena Gomez supports Nicole Peltz Beckham at the premiere of her new movie, Lola.

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Gomez's locks were the work of celebrity hairstylist Marissa Marino, who was also the visionary behind last month's short cut. This time, Marino styled the Rare Beauty mogul's hair to reach well past her shoulders, cut in layers before it was blown out in face-framing, soft curls. Makeup came courtesy of Melissa Murdick. While the celebrity makeup artist didn't reveal the exact bright red color used on the Disney alum's lips, it may very well have been Selena's go-to shade: Lip Soufflé Matte Cream Lipstick in "Inspire."

In a slight change-up from her classic hair and lips, Gomez's nail artist Tom Bachik chose a springy manicure to complete the Only Murders In the Building actress's look. Rounded in shape, the nails were painted a true lavender, the work of Apres Nail's new Strawberry Gel Palette in the color "Promises."

"Purple is the new black," wrote Bachik in an Instagram post. Yes, and bangs are the new bob.

Sophia Vilensky
Freelance Writer

Sophia Vilensky is a Freelance Beauty Writer at Marie Claire with a beauty, wellness, and entertainment journalism portfolio that includes contributions to Byrdie, Bravo, Teen Vogue, and Us Weekly. Growing up in a family of beauticians—and through her own personal studies—she developed an in-depth understanding of aesthetics, cosmetic product formulation, and beauty treatment development and has also held roles as a senior copywriter, content strategist, and proofreader for top beauty and wellness brands. Even so, you'd be hard pressed to find her with her hair and makeup actually done. Sophia is based in Minneapolis and is a 2019 graduate of the University of Minnesota, where she majored in English and minored in cinema studies. During her time at the university, she was the Arts & Entertainment Editor for the Minnesota Daily, earning the 2019 Editor of the Year award for her work. She connected deeply with the Twin Cities arts scene, collaborating with leading beauty professionals, designers, and artists. Graduating Summa Cum Laude, her thesis—a close-reading of Vanderpump Rules—was featured on NPR. When not immersed in writing or testing new products, Sophia enjoys watching reality TV, reading, and exploring the newest woo-woo wellness trends. Keep up with her on Instagram @sophiavilensky.