See how the Girls Aloud singer's style has changed over the years...

Sarah Harding‘s hair changes are hard to keep up with.

After rocking cute girly curls as a young child, a school photo shows an innocent-looking Sarah sporting a fuss-free brown bob. She’s aged 10 at the time.

On a quest to be famous, Sarah Harding hits the hair salon and is blonde when she competes in 2002 TV talent show Popstars: The Rivals.

She pulls her locks into a messy bun during her stint on the programme.

After securing a spot in Girls Aloud alongside Cheryl Cole, Nadine Coyle, Nicola Roberts and Kimberley Walsh, Sarah’s styles start becoming bolder.

She tries out crazy cornrows, a full fringe and grungy two-tone layers in 2003 before going platinum in 2004.

Sarah – who’s bright new shade looks set to stay – shocks fans by debuting an edgy rock chick razor cut in 2006.

She keeps her mane short for a number of years to follow.

Sarah’s most notable looks in this period are a shiny Mr Spock-inspired blunt cut, a retro quiff with slick sides and a flattering pixie crop.

As 2007 comes to a close, it’s clear Sarah Harding wants longer hair so she starts to grow it out.

With a little more length, she’s able to have fun with tongs and crimping tools.

She then embraces old Hollywood glamour with gentle waves in late 2009.

In 2010, Sarah Harding‘s hair gets revamped again.

She centre-parts her layers, which fall straight towards her shoulders.