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Hayley Williams loves new hairstyle

Published 12/08/2013

Hayley Williams
Hayley Williams

Hayley Williams described her new bold haircut as a "liberating" style statement.

The Paramore star attended the Teen Choice Awards last night where she showed off her latest bold style move.

Never one to shy away from making a statement with her appearance, Hayley sported her electric orange locks styled into a short and sharp bob.

The star took to her Instagram page to gush confidently about her crop.

“I hate selfies but oh what the hell... I already love having short hair. A liberating and very welcome change. (Teen Choice Awards were so fun, thanks to our teenage superhero fans, you guys are inspiring and powerful)” Hayley captioned under her picture.

The new flapper styled bob includes an eyebrow skimming fringe and is cut in line with her cheekbones.

Hayley wore a short black leather dress with a white netted top for the event.

She was joined on the blue carpet by her Paramore bandmates Taylor York and Jeremy Davis.

The boys went for a ‘80s inspired look, wearing black and white suits with skinny ties and large-patterned shirts.

Hayley's bright hair and rock star make-up are part of her signature style. She previously revealed she also has a passion for body art, and has eight tattoos.

"I've got a razor on my ankle that says 'shave me', a cloud behind my ear that says 'Warped', a cross on my thigh, 'TCB' on my left elbow, the Paramore bars on my wrist, a Johnny Mercer lyric on my wrist, flowers on my hip and I just got a hand holding an envelope on my thigh," she told NME magazine previously. "I'm tatted up, bro!"

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