Jade Thirlwall wows as she recreates Emma Buntons signature Baby Spice hairstyle

Jade Thirlwall wows as she recreates Emma Buntons signature Baby Spice hairstyle

Little Mix 's Jade Thirlwall has recreated another iconic pop star’s signature hairstyle and we can only imagine the Mixers are having a meltdown over it.

Sharing an illustrated polaroid snap to Instagram Stories, the 28 year old posed wearing a sequinned bikini and the handwritten caption “GORGEY HUNS”, a nod to one of her regular catchphrases.

But the real talking point was her recreation of Emma Bunton ’s go-to Baby Spice hairstyle, blonde high pigtails that could be straight out of the Spice Girls ’ heyday back in the nineties. A very full circle girl band moment, if you will.

Of course, this isn’t the only beauty makeover that Jade has shared with her fans lately. Earlier this year the star shared some throwback pictures from her early Little Mix days with a very different beauty look involving skinny brows and heavy eye liner.

This Baby Spice look comes not long after the singer transformed herself into iconic cartoon character Marge Simpson for Halloween, while boyfriend Jordan Stephens of Rizzle Kicks fame turned himself into Sideshow Bob.

Naturally, both stars painted themselves in The Simpsons’ signature yellow for the occasion – and we have to applaud the commitment to the cause here.

Jade has also been breaking into the beauty business space, teaming up with Beauty Bay for the launch of her very own palette, for which she gave herself an “alien-inspired” makeover.

Complete with 42 dazzling shades in both matte and metallic finishes, it’s currently on sale at 20% off for just £24 here. With shade names inspired by the cosmic world of astrology, some are a nod to Jade herself, such as “Angel of the North” and “Confetti” – a popular Little Mix track.

Anything to get a slice of Jade’s beauty looks for ourselves!

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