A quick scroll through Andrea Brillantes' social media accounts reveals that she has undergone several hair transformations in recent years. She has tried bob and shaggy cuts, switching from brunette to copper hair, and sported different hues for shoots, and best believe she slayed every look! The 19-year-old actress definitely inspired us not to be afraid to experiment with hairstyles.
Below are the seven times Andrea sported a bold hairstyle, all of which convinced she can rock any cut:
1. Pixie cut realness
Just recently, Andrea stunned netizens with her modern-day Tinkerbell hairdo for a shoot. Her caption reads, "Nu look, hus dis?" Although it wasn't permanent, seeing her with a short blonde pixie cut was refreshing, and it proved that she could definitely rock a short 'do if she wanted to.
2. Fiery red
Andrea was spotted wearing a red wig in some snaps during her boyfriend Ricci Rivero's birthday. The cherry red hue gave her baddie energy, but unfortunately, there's no guarantee that the hairstyle will turn into reality soon. Here's to hoping, though!
3. Copper hair craze
Don't get us wrong, we think Andrea slays many hairstyles. But our top pick is her current hair: long and dyed with a copper shade. It's as if the color was made for her.
4. Tight curls
In case you didn't know, the young actress already went the curly hair route back then. She has tried loose and bombshell curls before, but her best one was her tight curls!
5. Legally blonde
Although the long, sleek blonde hair was only for a shoot, it suited Andrea! No pressure on the young star, but we're crossing our fingers that she'll dye her hair fully blonde one day.
6. Short hair, don't care
Some might have been shocked when Andrea sported a bob cut for the first time, especially after having long hair throughout her career. But the actress unapologetically rocked the short length! She even curled it most days for a cute 'do.
7. Jennie Kim-inspired hair
As a BLINK, Andrea was inspired to copy Jennie Kim's iconic hairstyle from her How You Like That era. The actress was one of the first celebs to do it, so it's safe to say she helped popularize the style locally. She's indeed a trendsetter!
* This story originally appeared on Candymag.com. Minor edits have been made by the Preview.ph editors.