The good thing about a breakup? It's like starting on a clean slate again. You have a chance to rediscover yourself and get to know yourself better. This is why we totally understand girls who get a haircut after a breakup! It's like changing the first thing you can transform in yourself to prepare for bigger things that are yet to come.

ADVERTISEMENT - CONTINUE READING BELOW

Take these five women, as examples. After their breakup (or rumored breakup!), they hit the salon and gave themselves a makeover.

  1. Gretchen Ho

Although Gretchen and her ex Robi haven't really confirmed the issue, the speculation that they broke up already started because of the Umagang Kay Ganda's host's new haircut post at the beginning of 2017.

  1. Erich Gonzales

In her first appearance after her breakup with Daniel Matsunaga, Erich showed up with a fresh new 'do that really brightened her face.

  1. Sarah Hyland

After her breakup with Matt Prokop, the Modern Family actress gave herself a new 'do a chin length bob that made her look even younger!

  1. Olivia Culpo

When the beauty queen broke up with Nick Jonas, Olivia upgraded her lob to a bob. We think she totally nailed the post-breakup look that time!

ADVERTISEMENT - CONTINUE READING BELOW
  1. Gigi Hadid

Although she later revealed that this 'do was a wig, we couldn't help but think it was her version of post-breakup look when she debuted this hairstyle after calling it quits with Joe Jonas.

More From FemaleNetwork.com

This story originally appeared on Candymag.com.

* Minor edits have been made by the Femalenetwork.com editors.

Get the latest updates from Female Network
Subscribe to our Newsletter!
Recommended Videos
Comments

Latest Stories

5 Easy and Affordable Steps to a Healthy and Sustainable Lifestyle, According to Moms

When you hit your 30s, it’s time to be more conscious about your lifestyle.

How to Make Your Small Business Stand Out, Especially if You Sell Online

Sometimes, a good product needs a push to get noticed by customers.

Woman Scammed by 'Recruiter' on Facebook Claiming to Work for DOLE

The Department of Labor and Employment warns job seekers to watch out for recruiting scams on social media.
Load More Stories