By DAILY MAIL REPORTER
Crazy curls: singer Beyonce stepped out in New York on Friday with a head full of dishevelled curls
She is known to change her look from time to time.
And in doing so Beyonce always looks polished.
But the singer seems to have had a hairstyle slip as she stepped out in New York on Friday.
Looking somewhat dishevelled, the 29-year-old hid her blonde locks underneath a hoodie.
And it's little wonder why - the singer's hair, which is usually sleek and styled, was out of control.
Looking like she had just rolled out of bed, the wife of rapper Jay-Z couldn't contain her wayward curls.
Beyonce's locks also looked like they had been lightened.
The singer, who is partial to the more paler shade, seems to be struggling to stay away from the bottled bleach.
Known to not be afraid of a tress change, she has tried several different hair colours, including red and brown.
However chic: The singer still looked stylish in her outfit as she made her way around Hells Kitchen
Out and about in Hells Kitchen, Beyonce didn't however disappoint on the outfit front and dressed in a pair of black pants, top and matching boots.
The grey coat covering her curls looked snug and warm with it's fur trimmed hood.
The singer accessorised the ensemble with a pair of military style boots and a chic Chanel bag.
Shy starlet: The 29-year-old hid under her hood as she ran her errands
With full red lips, she was all smiles for the camera and was accompanied by a big burly bodyguard.
Meanwhile Beyonce and Hollywood legend Clint Eastwood are currently in negotiations to team up on a third remake of A Star Is Born.
Warner Bros have confirmed that the pair are in talks for a green-lit fourth version of the classic film, slated for release in 2012.
Usually styled: Beyonce usually steps out with more sleek and polished tresses
Beyonce signed on to the project back in 2008, but was rumoured to have dropped out after lengthy delays.
The Single Ladies hit-maker will take on the role previously held by Barbra Streisand and Judy Garland in the 1976 and 1954 adaptations, and Janet Gaynor in the 1937 original.
She will play up and coming starlet Esther Blodgett, later Vicki Lester, who falls for a has-been rock-star.
Beyonce proved her acting chops in Oscar-winning musical Dreamgirls in 2006, as well as portraying Etta James in Cadillac Records.
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