The changing faces of Cheryl: A look at the star's evolving look over the years trends now
Cheryl raised eyebrows when she sported a very taut complexion departing her latest 2:22 A Ghost Story performance in London on Tuesday night.
The former Girls Aloud singer, 39, put on an animated display as she beamed and chatted with fans while leaving the Lyric Theatre.
But her features appeared markedly different from just a few years ago where her cheeks and lips looked less plumped up.
She also candidly spoke about how her appearance - including her face - changed when she had her son Bear in 2017.
Here MailOnline takes a look back at the transformation of Cheryl's face:
Different: Cheryl raised eyebrows when she sported a very taut complexion departing her latest 2:22 A Ghost Story performance in London on Tuesday night
Difference: Her features now appear markedly different from just a few years ago where her cheeks and lips looked less plumped up
Cheryl rose to fame in late 2002 upon winning a place in Girls Aloud, a girl group created through ITV's Popstars: The Rivals.
Back then she was just 18 and had a natural look with her trademark dimples and fresh face.
Then in 2010 she stepped out sported what looked like a much plumper pout for the first time as she made a makeup-free appearance at an airport in London.
In 2014 was the next noticeable difference where she appeared more slimmed down and with smaller lips.
Then in 2016 she began to sport a fuller face again and more defined volume in her cheeks.
In 2017 Cheryl had her first child Bear with ex Liam Payne and afterwards fans commented that her face looked different.
In an interview with The Sunday Times Style magazine, she reveals why she looked different.
She said: 'My whole body, even my face, everything's changed since Bear was born. But I feel like I'm better than who I was. I don't care what my body looks like in that respect. I'm not obsessed about it.
'I created a life! I'm amazed by myself. And I'm kinder to myself because of it. I focus less on my insecurities because they're so much less relevant.'
Skipping to 2023 her cheeks looked much fuller and her expressions more taut as she was seen leaving the theatre since her stint as Jenny began in February.2002
Way back when: Cheryl rose to fame in late 2002 upon winning a place in Girls Aloud, a girl group created through ITV's Popstars: The Rivals