Michelle Obama's fringe was the subject of debate on Twitter after she appeared to have trouble keeping it out of her eyes while giving a speech.
The First Lady changed her fringe - or "bangs" as it is known in the US - to a shorter straight cut earlier this year.
She reverted to her usual, longer, side-parted look after the president spoofed the look in some photoshopped pictures shown during his annual speech at the White House Correspondents' Association Dinner in April.
One user, Sue Crossan (@scrossannz), wrote: "Watching Michelle Obama's speech in Belfast. Impressive but I wish she would get her fringe sorted out. #badhairday."
Another user called Brennan McKeag (@brennanmckeag) added: "Michelle Obama's fringe annoyed me the whole way through her speech, why didn't she just sweep it off her face!?"
Nessa O'Mahoney (@Nessao) tweeted: "Michelle Obama is a terrific speaker this morning. Inspirational. Why do I desperately want to give her a hair clip?"
The speech saw the First lady urge around 2,000 schoolchildren, university students and graduates to step outside their comfort zones, challenge the status quo and help create a lasting peace in Northern Ireland.
Mrs Obama spoke for 10 minutes before her husband took to the stage, and was introduced by 16-year-old schoolgirl Hannah Nelson, who spoke of her desire to see greater stability in Northern Ireland.