Cardi B debuts pink pixie cut as she steps out in Chanel to show off her latest transformation

Cardi B debuts pink pixie cut as she steps out in Chanel to show off her latest transformation… after making history with new single Up

Cardi B recently dropped another instantly iconic music video, full of daring looks.

And the Grammy winner easily took on another fiery look after making history with her new single Up.

She debuted a sexy pink pixie cut Monday, as she stepped out in Chanel to show off her latest hair transformation, posting videos to Instagram of herself kicking off the week in colorful style.

Pretty in pink: Cardi Bdebuted a sexy pink pixie cut Monday, as she stepped out in Chanel to show off her latest hair transformation, posting videos to Instagram of herself kicking off the week in colorful style

Pretty in pink: Cardi Bdebuted a sexy pink pixie cut Monday, as she stepped out in Chanel to show off her latest hair transformation, posting videos to Instagram of herself kicking off the week in colorful style

The 28-year-old strutted down the steps outside her house, while lip-syncing to Up, including lyrics in the caption: ‘Up and it’s stuck.’

She rocked a pair of short shorts hidden under an oversized white button-down shirt, which was printed all over with the Chanel logo in red and orange lettering.

Cardi finished the ensemble with a retro pair of white rectangular sunglasses, some chunky chandelier earrings and bright orange strappy stilettos, as she carried a lilac handbag.

She later played with her hair in a video on her Instagram Story, writing: ‘Pink hair always gets freezy.’

Monday strut: The 28-year-old strutted down the steps outside her house, while lip-syncing to Up, including lyrics in the caption: 'Up and it's stuck'

Monday strut: The 28-year-old strutted down the steps outside her house, while lip-syncing to Up, including lyrics in the caption: ‘Up and it’s stuck’

Chic in Chanel: She rocked some short shorts, hidden under an oversized white button-down shirt, which was printed all over with the Chanel logo in red

Accessorizing: Cardi finished the ensemble with a retro pair of white rectangular sunglasses, some chunky chandelier earrings and bright orange strappy stilettos, as she carried a lilac handbag

Chic in Chanel: She rocked some short shorts, hidden under an oversized white button-down shirt, which was printed all over with the Chanel logo in red. Cardi finished the ensemble with a retro pair of white rectangular sunglasses, some chunky chandelier earrings and bright orange strappy stilettos, as she carried a lilac handbag

Touch-up: She later played with her hair in a video on her Instagram Story, writing: 'Pink hair always gets freezy'

Touch-up: She later played with her hair in a video on her Instagram Story, writing: ‘Pink hair always gets freezy’

Carpool karaoke: The Hustlers actress continued to jam out to her new song from the car, as she posted a clip from the backseat

Carpool karaoke: The Hustlers actress continued to jam out to her new song from the car, as she posted a clip from the backseat

The Hustlers actress continued to jam out to her new song from the car, as she posted a clip from the backseat.

It comes after the track debuted atopBillboard’s Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Songs, making her the first lead artist to do so with two consecutive singles, after last year’s WAP with Megan Thee Stallion.

It also debuted at number two onBillboard’s Hot 100, making her the first female rapper to debut in the top five without features since Lauryn Hill’sDoo Wop (That Thing) in 1998.

Cardi wrote on Twitter: ‘Just landed and my wifi back poppin. I want to say thank you to all my fans and supporters this is BIG for me.

‘I wanted to beat my last solo single number & I over succeeded. First time a female rapper debut top 5 since Lauren. This is pop girl shit but I’m not pop.’

Making history: It comes after the track debuted atop Billboard's Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Songs, making her the first lead artist to do so with two consecutive singles, after last year's WAP with Megan Thee Stallion

Making history: It comes after the track debuted atop Billboard’s Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Songs, making her the first lead artist to do so with two consecutive singles, after last year’s WAP with Megan Thee Stallion

Good company: It also debuted at number two on Billboard's Hot 100, making her the first female rapper to debut in the top five without features since Lauryn Hill's Doo Wop (That Thing) in 1998

Good company: It also debuted at number two on Billboard’s Hot 100, making her the first female rapper to debut in the top five without features since Lauryn Hill’s Doo Wop (That Thing) in 1998

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