Love Island 2021 star Liberty Poole is living her 90s pop star fantasy and we are low-key jealous.
Liberty, who famously walked out of the villa alongside her now ex Jake Cornish, has been changing up her hairstyle recently and is clearly taking inspiration from everyone's favourite girlband (sorry Little Mix).
Sharing a post on her Instagram grid, Liberty was kitted out in a bandeau top and khaki combats (already an absolute vibe) and had her golden blonde hair in a very Baby Spice-esque hairstyle consisting of high bunches.
Liberty totally nailed the look as she added the caption, "In my Spice Girl Era 👯♀️. (I wanted to caption it Posh Spice but we all know I ain’t posh 😂)."
Nobody wanted to be Posh Spice anyway, Liberty.
Baby Spice isn't the only girlband member that Liberty has taken inspiration from, sharing a photo of her latest style on her Instagram Story the blonde is rocking curly hair and some cute buns which just scream Scary Spice.
Adding the caption, "Tried something new today and feeling very rockstar with a broken nail🥲" .
Broken nail or not, Liberty is nailing (sorry, couldn't resist) the popstar hairstyles and we cannot wait to see who she will be channeling next.
Please, please let it be Ginger Spice, Liberty would look awesome with red locks.
During her time on Love Island, Liberty had long blonde extensions but soon after leaving the villa she went for the chop and for a while sported a golden blonde, shoulder-length bouncy blow dry that was all sorts of glam.
Liberty's fans are always quick to share their love for her shorter locks and when she took her extensions her fans went nuts.
One of her followers commented, "Adore you, adore your hair 😍" whilst another said, "Loovvveee your hair 😍".
Liberty's fellow Love Islanders were also keen to get in on the action with her BFF Kaz Kamwi saying, "Beautiful babyyyyyy💓💓💓💓" to which Liberty responded, "My girly ❤️❤️".
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The Dancing on Ice star definitely isn't one to shy away from a glam makeover as back in December, she stepped away from her signature blonde tresses and debuted a much darker look.
Alongside the first snap, Liberty wrote, “Realising that I actually maybe should have been brunette my whole life (sic).” The Islander also added a poll so fans could leave their opinion on whether they prefer her blonde or brunette.
Luckily Liberty later revealed that her transformation was merely a wig but that it had left her considering a more drastic change, “Can’t lie I kinda like it 😂 makes eyes pop more but been blonde my whole life. Scary what do I do?”
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