The singer's changing 'do
When it comes to hair, Frankie Sandford is known for her trademark sweeping side fringe and short cut.
However, the singer – now Mrs Wayne Bridge – has tried out quite a few looks over the years.
Our gallery first shows Frankie as an adorable youngster in a school photo from the 1990s. She sports sweet gappy bangs and a ponytail while grinning at the camera.
A natural brunette, Frankie rocks simple long lengths when she first comes to fame in group S Club Juniors in 2001.
Throughout her childhood and teen years with the popular band, she experiments with crimping, butterfly clips, choppy layers, side fringes and curls.
After a few years away from the spotlight, she earns a place in five-piece The Saturdays and first shows off her signature crop at a glitzy film premiere in 2008.
Mixing up this hair, Frankie Sandford steps out with a bouncy blow-dry, rock chick spikes, a wild mohawk and a tousled quiff, among other styles.
In 2009, Frankie grows back her flowing mane. She first rocks a voluminous bob before teasing her shoulder-skimming tendrils into tight curls to promote The Saturdays’ single Work.
Although she goes for the chop again, she adds chest-length extensions to her bouffant while pregnant with son Parker in 2013. The singer wears this hairdo loose and wavy.
However, it’s clear that Frankie really loves having her bristles short.
She tries out eyebrow-skimming coiffures more than once, which really show off her stunning angular features.
Despite being known for her brown hair, Frankie Sandford visits the salon to change her shade a few times. She steps out with darker hues and plays around with golden highlights.
In 2010, she briefly goes blonde. However, it seems she isn’t really feeling the colour as she’s soon back to having a glossy chocolate ‘do.
Luckily for gorgeous Frankie, she looks lovely no matter how she wears her hair.
Read on to check out all of her hairstyles…