On top of a trim, her lob now has a rounder shape.

By Erin Lukas
Updated February 13, 2020
INGLEWOOD, CA - APRIL 27: Host of WE Day California, actress/singer and UNICEF Goodwill Ambassador Selena Gomez attends WE Day California to celebrate young people changing the world at The Forum on April 27, 2017 in Inglewood, California. (Photo by Jesse Grant/Getty Images for WE)
Credit: Jesse Grant/Getty Images

Last week, Selena Gomez made a big announcement: her upcoming beauty brand Rare Beauty is set to launch at Sephora this summer.

In the weeks leading up to the big reveal, Gomez has started to experiment more with her glam — especially her hair and makeup. Last month, the singer added trendy '60s-inspired long curtain bangs to her mid-length cut and started wearing bright lipsticks, like the hot pink shade she wore to the Dolittle premiere. And she just revealed yet another look: a super curly shag.

Just a few days after adding "a sprinkle of caramel, bronze, and sun-kissed highlights" to her lob, the star upgraded her cut by changing the entire shape. On top of a trim, her lob now has a rounder shape, full piecey bangs, and boasts bouncy curls.

Gomez officially debuted her '70s shag on Instagram without a caption on Feb. 10. But, no caption is necessary when your hair looks this good, right?

Since posting the selfie, the photo has already gotten over 5 million likes and fans have flooded the singer's comments to praise her shag. "You look like a goddess, so pretty," wrote one fan. And that pretty much sums up the rest of her follower's reactions to her cut.

While Gomez's caramel highlights, curls, and shaggy lob are a winning combo, the beauty of the style is that while it's just as versatile as the bob, it's defined by layers instead of length. So, if you've sat out on getting a blunt bob (one of the biggest haircuts of the past five years) because you're not fully sold on going short, the shag is hair trend you can lean into — without having to do a major chop.

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This article originally appeared on InStyle.com