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Jessie J Shows Her Hairdressing Skills With Her Brand New DIY Haircut

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‘Price tag’ hitmaker, Jessie J rocks social media with her new haircut she gave herself at home!

The English singer, who recently revealed that she had been diagnosed with Meniere’s syndrome and she had to spend the entire Christmas in hospital, took to Instagram with highly lively shots. ‘The Voice UK‘ judge first posted a video that sees her cutting her hair and showing her cut hair to the camera; and she captioned it with a message saying she is never going to change.

Then the singer, who has a signature bob haircut, continued her message by likening her uneven haircut to life:

“It looks like life right now… Uneven. 😂🤣 But man do I feel lighter. NEEDED TO SHAKE MYSELF UP TODAY AND THIS WAS EXACTLY WHAT I NEEDED!! Sometimes you just gotta do it!!”

J repeated that she really did it herself at the end of the caption, and showed the result in another Instagram post. The singer shared a series of photos in which she is seen with her new and perfect-looking haircut, barely-no-makeup, and her street-chic style, and added a note announcing that she is available for haircut appointments:

“Home hair cut by me. Appointments for haircuts by me now available on zoom… 👀 Monday – Friday. DM me for detail.

Following the post, a great number of Instagram users flooded the comment section to say that she looks perfect; even well-known hairdressers are willing to get a haircut from the singer.

Nobody’s Perfect‘ hitmaker proved that she is the winner of those who gave themselves a haircut because they could not visit hairdressers due to the coronavirus pandemic.

Here is Jessi J’s mentioned photo.

Photo Credit: Jessie J – Instagram Photos

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