Amanda Bynes reveals newly pierced cheeks on Twitter as she gets yet another bizarre makeover
It seems Amanda Bynes has undergone yet another bizarre transformation.
The troubled starlet told her fans it was 'nail time' as she showed off her freshly pierced cheeks on Twitter on Wednesday.
The 'retired' 27-year-old actress proudly showed off her new look in a series of photographs she posted on the social networking website.
It is just the latest outlandish look the one-time Nickelodeon favourite has sported in recent months.
And she certainly managed to raise the bar in the pictures, in which she grinned wildly while highlighted her studded cheeks.
Last month she announced she hoped to shed 20lbs off her already slender frame.
She said: 'I gain weight quickly so I need to work out constantly. I moved to New York City and I love it! I lost 4 lbs since I moved. I'm 121 lbs - my goal is 100 lbs.'
Back in 2007 Amanda she did not want to become yet another wild Hollywood star.
But since life has not gone smoothly.
Last year the fading starlet had several brushes with the law involving her car.
Early in 2012 she was stopped by police for driving while talking on her cell phone.
Then in April she was charged with a DUI after allegedly side-swiping a police car following a night at a West Hollywood club.
Her car was impounded and her license was suspended in September, but her two hit-and-run charges were dismissed by the court in December.
The Big Fat Liar star announced she was moving to Manhattan to become a fashion designer six months ago, but no work has yet managed to surface.
She will be hoping it fares better than her 2007 clothing line, Dear, which failed to stop retailer Steve & Barry's filing for bankruptcy.
Amanda shot to fame after appeared in successful television series includiung as All That and The Amanda Show on Nickelodeon in the mid to late 1990s and early 2000s.
She also branched out into film, appearing in the likes of 2003's critically panned What A Girl Wants and 2007's Hairspray before her abrupt retirement.