The Veronicas' Lisa Origliasso debuts dramatic transformation

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The Veronicas' Lisa Origliasso and her twin sister Jessica Origliasso have undergone numerous transformations over the years, but Lisa's newest Instagram post has her looking almost unrecognisable.

The 36-year-old shared a video of her new look, showing off a daring mullet hairstyle.

The Veronicas' Lisa Origliasso (left, pictured with sister Jessica Origliasso) has debuted a dramatic hair transformation. Photo: Getty
The Veronicas' Lisa Origliasso (left, pictured with sister Jessica Origliasso) has debuted a dramatic hair transformation. Photo: Getty

The dramatic textured haircut features a choppy fringe, shorter sides and longer back.

"I already like 2021 better," Lisa captioned the short clip.

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“Holy WOW,” one fan commented. “I’m not sure why I’m ever surprised when you pull off new hairstyles but this one is SUCH a LOOK.”

“Oh my god YOUR HAIR IM OBSESSED,” another added.

“You cute little Pixie elf!” Courtney Act wrote, while others said the singer looked “stunning” and “like a goddess”.

Lisa shared a video of her new hairdo, which looks like it could have been inspired by Miley Cyrus' haircut. Photo: Instagram/lisa_veronica
Lisa shared a video of her new hairdo, which looks like it could have been inspired by Miley Cyrus' haircut. Photo: Instagram/lisa_veronica

It comes after Lisa and Jessica celebrated their 36th birthdays on Christmas Day.

"36. I’ve lived and died a thousand times this year," Lisa wrote in a lengthy Instagram post. "I’ve loved & I’ve lost. It's been challenging, too much to make sense of. But I’m ending this year thankful for the opportunity to grow stronger, the new friendships & soul connections I’ve made, the perspective I’ve gained, & heading into this next year living each day in a place of pure gratitude for the gift of life.

"It is so fragile, so dream as if you will live forever, & live as if you will die today. If you love someone, tell them. They won’t be here forever. Do something that scares you. Always be kind. Especially to yourself.

"Never stop looking at the world through the lens of your inner child. Surround yourself with people who make you laugh. Ask yourself what truly makes you happy. And spend more time doing that. Stop wasting precious time trying to prove how cool you are to people online & learn to love & accept yourself first.

"Cultivate real connection. Create healthy habits. Who you think you are, you become. Embrace your personal value system. Give to something bigger than yourself. Pray / chant / sing / meditate. Invest in your health. & most of all - have the courage to always follow your heart," she concluded.

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