It looks like Tiny Harris has added a little more edge to her life.
The Xscape singer is becoming quite known for her versatile makeup, fashion and hair looks, apparently never ceasing to impress fans. She took to Instagram on Wednesday morning before her appearance on daytime show “Sister Circle” and debuted her new “long hair don’t care” hairstyle.
Straying away from her signature blond mien, Harris switched to long black tresses with a razor-cut bang. She also sported a full-fledged makeup look with a dramatic eye and mauve lipstick. As for her fashion, she kept it simple with a pink tank top, black joggers and a floral multi-color kimono.
In a clip she posted of herself, she clearly was feeling her new ‘do as she twisted and some twirled in front of the camera.
“Make sure u tune into @sistercircletv tomorrow morning. I will be co hosting the show,” she said. “So wake up & get lit with me. Glam 👑🤑🎶 #IFuckinLoveU,” she wrote in her caption.
Fans bombarded her post, showering her with compliments.
“Alright china doll! This is a look 💙 Da Dark Hair .. Rocc it more Often 😍 this look giving me life yesss 😘.”
“I see you Slayalicious 👌👌 aka Ryda yes Looking Beautiful With That Black Hair @majorgirl Gotta Love it!..💙.”
“You look so beautiful in this video that hair style fits u perfectly 😁 I love her with dark hair and the bang…❤️Gorgeous ❤️.”
On the flip side, there were a few others who weren’t feeling the celeb’s new hairstyle.
“I personally prefer he with blonde hair but that’s jus me , its cute tho 🙌.”
“Maybe its da hair but it look too fake nd the bang it too long she can’t see.”
As of late, the 43-year-old mother of four has been focused on her music career. After being a songwriter and singer with group Xscape for more than 25 years now, she’s decided to branch off on her own and work on her first solo project.
She released her single “I Fuckin Love U” two weeks ago and just finished her EP. During a listening party in April, she explained why she wanted to release her solo project.
“Sometimes its harder to branch out from what they [the fans] know. … I thought, maybe if I create something different with this new music, maybe they’ll get into it,” the star said.