Iris Law pokes fun at her bleach blonde buzz cut as she compares herself to bizarre Barbie dolls with their hair all chopped off
She chose to dramatically switch up her look and debut her shaven head in British Vogue.
And after dying her new buzz cut blonde in recent weeks, Iris Law was seen poking fun at her image overhaul in an amusing post she shared to Instagram on Thursday.
The model, 20, who is the daughter of Jude Law and Sadie Frost, shared a selfie comparing herself to bizarre snaps of Barbie dolls that have had their hair all chopped off.
‘Buzzed’: Iris Law was seen poking fun at her new bleach blonde buzz cut as she shared a glam selfie with fans on Instagram on Thursday
Iris was seen modelling her edgy new look as she snapped a selfie while wearing green winged eye-make up and lashings of lip gloss.
Posing up a storm, she then entertained her followers by sharing three photos of different dolls – all with the same colour hair as her and after their usually long locks had been bluntly cut short.
Iris captioned her post: ‘Buzzed,’ and that was all it took to entertain her followers.
‘BAHAHA NOT THE DOLLS,’ commented on fan, while another posted: ‘Lolz (sic).’
Hilarious: The 20-year-old entertained her followers as she compared herself to bizarre-looking Barbie dolls that had all had their hair chopped off
Poking fun: All the dolls had short bleach blonde hair like Iris and their usually long locks had been all hacked off
A third wrote: ‘Hahah this is too good (sic).’
‘You’ve got your own action figures,’ said one followers, as one more told Iris: ‘The resemblance is uncanny.’
Others inundated Iris with compliments over her new look, with one fan commenting: ‘Girl you look sooo good, keep this look forever!’
Iris’ mum Sadie was seen giving her approval as she commented with a flame emoji.
The aspiring actress first debuted her shaven head earlier this month in a shoot with British Vogue and hinted that she’s been rocking her new ‘do for quite some time – covering it up with ‘secret wigs’ until the issue’s release.
Posting to Instagram, Iris said: ‘The day has come! I’m so honoured to have been given the opportunity to debut my new hair with @britishvogue.
‘Too good’: Her followers flocked to the comments reacting to Iris’ hilarious post and telling the model they love her edgy new look
‘So many wigs and secret hiding my head moments! Which only makes this day more special. Couldn’t think of a better team to do it with! Thank you thank you.’
In the issue, Irish – who previously had mid-length chestnut brown hair – revealed that she was inspired to shave her locks for her role in upcoming series Pistol.
She called the move ‘liberating’, as she revealed: ‘I wanted to do something that felt liberating. The day I shaved my head, I changed my life. I’ve never done anything like that before.
‘I looked in the mirror and thought it was going to be emotional but it wasn’t. It felt so positive.’
Pistol is an upcoming mini-series that centres around Sex Pistols’ guitarist Steve Jones and the punk rock band’s rise to fame in the late 1970s.
Dedication: Iris debuted her buzz cut in British Vogue at the beginning of July and explained it was for her role in upcoming series Pistol where she plays Soo Catwoman
Transformation: Iris was previously known for her long chestnut brown locks (pictured above at the Bvlgari Gala dinner on 24 June in London)
It’s set to be directed by Danny Boyle and Iris plays Soo Catwoman, real name Susan Lucas, who was associated with the London punk scene.
Speaking about her character in her recent interview, Iris revealed: ‘I want to do her justice. A lot of people don’t actually know who she is or much about her. I want that to be rectified.’
The series was given a six-episode order by US network FX and also stars Toby Wallace as Steve Jones and Game Of Thrones star Maisie Williams as model Pamela Rooke.
Love Actually star Thomas Brodie-Sangster will also appear in the series, along with Pride and Prejudice actress Talulah Riley.
Liberating: The aspiring actress credited the day she shaved her head as the day that ‘changed her life’ and said it was a ‘positive’ move for her to make