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Modern Family star Sarah Hyland is unrecognisable with her new fringe

The actress showcased her new hairstyle at a Modern Family event

Sophie Hamilton

Actress Sarah Hyland has surprised her fans with a stunning new hairstyle. The Modern Family star debuted her sassy fringe at FYC Event for the hit TV show and shared a photo of her new hairdo on her Instagram page. Referring to her cast mates, she wrote: "I love these people with all my heart. My family (well most of them) Here’s to a Season 10 ❤ #modernfamily." Just a day earlier, Sarah posted a snap of herself at Coachella with no fringe in sight. Her new bangs complete transform her look and give her a cool, edgy style. We love how the fringe skims her eyelashes and is longer towards her ears.

Sarah Hyland's stunning new fringe

Sarah is known for changing up her hairstyle regularly. In 2017, the star dyed her blonde hair a rich brunette hue and added extensions, which fell just past her shoulders. Her hairdresser, Nikki Lee, from Nine Zero One Salon in West Hollywood shared a photo of Sarah's finished look on Instagram, showing Sarah's locks in loose waves and an off-centre parting.

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Prior to her long, brunette hair, the actress had a blonde, shoulder-length style that she often wore in corkscrew curls. The star has also dyed her tresses an auburn shade in the past.

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There are two types of people... #coachella

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Modern family co-creators, Steven Levitan and Christopher Lloyd, recently revealed that the award-winning show will likely end after season ten. Sarah previously told Nylon magazine: "I could never be tired of it though, because it's the best cast in the world. Every actor who has been on a show as long as we have, or even longer, you love them with all of your heart. I really don't know the show's future but I can't imagine my life without the show. It kind of makes me tear up because I don't want to not see them on a day-to-day basis."

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