• Halsey debuted an edgy buzz cut on TikTok
  • The singer decided to go bald again because she missed it
  • Halsey previously hinted in a tweet that she was considering going bald again

Halsey showed off her new look on TikTok and her fans are loving it.

On Monday, the 26-year-old singer took to TikTok to showcase her buzz cut. She started the video by showng herself sporting long locks with curls.

"Girl don't do it, it's not worth it," the voiceover said in the clip.

"I'm not gonna do it, girl. I'm just thinking about it. I'm not gonna do it," Halsey responded.

Then the two-time Grammy nominee flipped off her hair and showcased a clean-shaved bald before saying, "I did it."

Halsey's fans were excited about her transformation and they gave her new look a thumbs up.

"We love Baldsey," one commented.

"You are so beautiful bald girl," another fan wrote on Twitter.

Halsey also addressed her new hairstyle on Twitter when one fan asked if the transformation was for a specific reason like a TV show or if she just felt like doing it.

"I was growing it out for so long and I told myself I wouldn’t shave it till I saw what it was like healthy and long and then I saw it healthy and long and said 'mm this is nice but I miss bald.' and then so I did it!" Halsey wrote.

Days before she flaunted her bald head, Halsey hinted in a tweet that she was considering going bald again.

"When I was bald everybody was so damn mean to [me] now every hot girl ever has a bald head does that mean I can go bald again or what," she wrote.

Halsey sported the same edgy buzz cut from 2015 to 2017. In an interview with Nylon in 2016, she admitted that she was making a statement through her shaved head.

"Hair has also been a big indicator of racial issues in my life," Halsey said.

"It's one of the ultimate symbolic struggles for women of color. Shaving my head was important to me because I needed to be able to prove that I could still love myself if I did it."

Halsey’s blingy bodysuit dropped jaws as she hit the MTV VMAs red carpet in New York City, on Aug. 28, 2016. Getty Images