She headed out this week to work on her tan aboard a yacht off the coast of Los Angeles.
Halsey looked as if she was ready for more fun in the sun when she shared a stunning bikini photo to Instagram on Saturday.
The 25-year-old pop star also posted a more reserved closeup photo to show off her more relaxed ensemble.
Stunner: Halsey, 25, looked as if she was ready for some fun in the sun when she shared a stunning bikini photo to Instagram on Saturday. She wore a pale pink floral two-piece with high-cut bottoms
Her bikini snap showed her in a pale pink bikini top and high-cut bottoms that highlighted her flat tummy and svelte frame.
She was standing in a wooden shelter with a ceiling made of branches that let thin slices of light fleck her body.
But Halsey put the focus on her freckles and her minimally made-up face in a second picture.
She had a playful soft smile and gazed into the camera while sitting in a car and wearing a peach-colored headband and a tattered gray–blue tank top.
‘me vs also me,’ Halsey captioned the photos to highlight the contrast between her glamorous and care-free looks.
Both sides now: ‘me vs also me,’ she wrote, comparing the stunning bikini photo to a minimal makeup selfie that highlight her freckles and clear skin
Covered up: Earlier this month, Halsey (real name: Ashley Frangipane) tried out a more conservative beige one-piece suit with a cut-out panel below her cleavage
Earlier this month, Halsey (real name: Ashley Frangipane) tried out a different bathing suit style with a beige one-piece suit.
The more conservative look included included a cut-out panel below her cleavage, and the top was tied with thick, floppy straps.
‘grasshopper or human turkey leg?’ she joked in the caption.
Standing up: Halsey, who has been open about having bipolar disorder, came to Kanye West’s defense this week after his wife Kim Kardashian said his bizarre behavior was due to his bipolar disorder
No jokes: ‘No jokes right now. I have dedicated my career to offering education and insight about bipolar disorder and I’m so disturbed by what I’m seeing,’ Halsey began; Kanye shown July 19 in South Carolina
She was ready to relax on Saturday, but Halsey got serious earlier this week when she came to the defense of embattled rapper Kanye West.
His wife Kim Kardashian put out a statement this week attributing his bizarre behavior to his bipolar disorder.
As Halsey has been open about her own struggles with bipolar disorder, she offered some sympathy for her fellow musician, even as his behavior and Twitter tirades were widely criticized.
‘No jokes right now. I have dedicated my career to offering education and insight about bipolar disorder and I’m so disturbed by what I’m seeing,’ Halsey began her thread, which never mentions Kanye’s name.
Helping out: ‘Personal opinions about someone aside, a manic episode isnt a joke. If you can’t offer understanding or sympathy, offer your silence,’ she continued
Bipolar: The singer was bullied as a teenager, which lead to a suicide attempt at the age of 17, when she was diagnosed with bipolar disorder
‘Personal opinions about someone aside, a manic episode isnt a joke. If you can’t offer understanding or sympathy, offer your silence,’ she continued.
In follow-up tweet, she added, ‘A lot of people you know probably have bipolar disorder and you aren’t aware of it.
‘Taking this opportunity to make offensive remarks and villify people with mental illnesses is really not the way to go…this is the exact triggering s**t that causes people to keep quiet about it,’ she added.
‘You can hate someone’s actions or opinions without contributing to stigma that damages an entire community of sometimes vulnerable people all for a couple of laughs.’
Opening up: Halsey has previously spoken about her suicide attempt at 17, when she was diagnosed with bipolar disorder. She attributed it to bullying in high school
The Without Me singer added that people can ‘think someone is an a**hole’ without making jokes that harm an entire community.
Halsey has previously spoken about her suicide attempt at 17, when she was diagnosed with bipolar disorder.
She attributed her suicidality to bullying in high school.