Madonna has posted a defiant 'don't f*** with me' message while sporting a number of balaclava filters in a bizarre Instagram update.
Posting to her Instagram stories on Tuesday, the 63-year-old singer appeared to hit out at trolls who had admonished her for youthful posts as she played around with the designer filters in several videos.
She later edited her appearance using a phone feature called faceapp.
In her first post, Madge could be seen in the salon chair while getting her hair dyed blonde, as she showed off her transformation.
Sporting a Balenciaga balaclava filter and mouthing a British accent, she said: "I've dyed my hair so many times, it's a saga.
"That's why I've chosen to wear Balenciaga."
She later switched up the filter to another designer look, adding: "Tonight I'm feeling very Chanel. Can you tell?"
Madonna modelled yet another designer balaclava filter before unveiling the results of her hair dyeing in a selfie alongside the caption: "Blond ambition."
The singer wore her hair in a side part and had jet-black eyebrows in the snap.
In yet another image transformation, the Like A Virgin singer uploaded a second photo of her hair, which was parted on the other side.
She could also be seen sporting a number of silver hair clips in an attempt to keep her hair away from her face.
"I'm sure I don't have stupid written across my forehead," she wrote in a message alongside the image.
In a follow up post, the Evita star added yet more hair clips and warned her followers: "Don't f*** with me."
The posts follow Madonna fans claiming she 'looked like a teenager' in ageless pics.
Madge covered up for the snaps which were taken earlier this month, before leaving jaws on the floor with a significantly racier post.
Earlier this week, the singer tantalised her 5.1 million Instagram followers by wearing a see-through top showing off her bra and skin-tight black leather trousers in a seriously sexy photoshoot.
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