ZAYN Malik looked completely different when he showed off his new clothing collection.
Fans are used to seeing the singer, 29, with a shaved head and a short beard.
But the former One Direction member opted for a more natural look, showing off long, slightly curly hair.
Pillowtalk hitmaker Zayn’s beard is also much longer in the snaps.
Posing in a printed white T-shirt, he told fans, “There are 2 weeks left to get my Paynt By Zayn collection before it’s gone! Link in bio.”
The new look comes after his former teammate Liam Payne was forced to explain comments he made during a recent interview in which he claimed there were “many reasons” why he didn’t. don’t like Zayn.
In an attempt to clarify his remarks, Liam tweeted: “Guys I wouldn’t normally comment on this stuff but when it’s your family it’s hard to let it slide.
“They mentioned a specific incident involving Zayn which I responded to – but listening maybe I didn’t articulate myself as well as I could have.
“I was saying there will always be things that we will disagree on but I will always, always be on his side. This is family. Zayn is my brother and I will support him forever.”
Without going into details, Liam suggested that Zayn’s parents were partly responsible for his questionable behavior in recent years – including their lack of support for him as a youngster in the spotlight.
He said of Zayn: “If I had to go through what he went through growing up and whatever…my parents are so supportive of me that it’s boring sometimes, and Zayn has had a different upbringing in that sense.”
“You can always look at the man to find out where he is and say ‘oh yeah, whatever, this guy is a *** ad’, but at the end of the day once you figure out what he went through to get to the point, and whether or not he really wanted to be there…
“Look, I don’t agree with any of his actions. I can’t praise some of the things he did. I can’t be by his side for this. But what I can say is that I get it, and you just hope that at some point in their life, the person on the other end of the line will want the help you’re willing to give.