Celebrity Megan Fox Megan Fox Debuted Bangs in a Sheer Two Piece and the Tallest Thigh-High Boots Real or wig, that is the question. By Tessa Petak Tessa Petak Instagram Tessa Petak is a Brooklyn-based writer who helps to cultivate InStyle's illustrious news coverage across a wide range of topics including celebrity, fashion, and entertainment. She also produces and composes celebrity profiles and features for the site and InStyle's digital issues. InStyle's editorial guidelines Published on April 1, 2022 @ 10:56AM Pin Share Tweet Email Photo: Getty Images Megan Fox is never one to play it safe — whether she risks it all with a daring dress on the red carpet or steps out in chaotic date-night footwear. Most recently the actress debuted some new fringe — a high-risk, high-reward haircut that definitely paid off. On Thursday, Fox's hairstylist, Dimitris Giannetos, shared a couple of images on Instagram that showed off the Tinker Bell-esque new style. The first photo, taken by Cibelle Levi, is a close-up shot of the starlet with her hands on her neck. Her dark locks were pulled up into a high top-knot with side-swept bangs and face-framing strands were left out of the updo. It's unclear if the bangs are a real cut or a clip-in set, but either way, they perfectly suit Fox. For glam, perfected by Jenna Kristina, Fox kept it simple, save for the blue shadow at the inner corner of her eye to match the printed mesh set she wore by Edikted. In the second snap, Fox modeled the hairstyle and sheer two piece that she paired with the tallest, latex thigh-high boots. "M E G A N 🔥🔥🔥And the Oscar goes to..ugh stunning @meganfox," Giannetos captioned the gallery. Megan Fox Went to a Machine Gun Kelly Concert Wearing a Semi-Sheer Leopard Minidress Fox's fiancé Machine Gun Kelly recently opened up about their "intense" relationship on The Howard Stern show, per Billboard. "This is the first true intense relationship that I've been in," he told Stern on Wednesday before adding that the pair sought help after reaching a dark place around the time he wrote his song "Sellout." They even tried a psychedelic plant to induce healing. "At the time, yeah, I think we were in a dangerous place … what led us to search for healing in ways of, like, the plant medicine, ayahuasca."