Christina Milian Shows off Fresh Bangs on Instagram Ahead of New Year

Christina Milian
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While we are still deciding on our resolutions to follow in the New Year, singer Christina Milian has already zeroed in on her’s—to have a smoking new look. As 2016 nears its end, the R&B singer got a fresh look to welcome the New Year.

She got herself a new set of bangs and posted a pic on Instagram.  She simply captioned it, “Bang Bang.”

Bang Bang ✨

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Christina Milian’s New Year’s Fringe

Christina Milian didn’t go with simple, one-level bangs. Instead, she opted for a thin, wispy fringe that skims her eyebrows. And the verdict? Well, the singer has received mixed reactions from her fans, but we love it!

The Grammy-nominated singer knows her style game to the max. She understands how to keep it chic, as well as casual. She stunned at the GQ Men of the Year Awards 2016 in LA with her charismatic appearance. Milian dazzled in a Balenciaga ensemble and Loriblu stilettos. Her makeup was done by Angel Merino. She took to Instagram and posted a pic of the event a couple of weeks ago.

@GQ #GQMenoftheYear

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In juxtaposition to her GQ event look, Christina Milian was seen last night (December 29) taking a stroll in Los Angeles with daughter, Violet. The singer nailed the casual look in a pair of camel-hued boots and a gray sweatshirt captioned, “Official Hangover Sweater.” Milian kept the look effortlessly laid back with no makeup and a messy high ponytail.

Her daughter, Violet, seems to have inherited her mother’s fashion sense. The six-year-old was spotted in the same pair of boots as her mother. Violet is Christina Milian’s first child from her first marriage with singer and songwriter, The-Dream.



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