Nobody gets exhausted of their hair as regularly as famous people. In any case, I get it. In the event that I approached the crème de la crème of hair specialists and colorists, I would get a trim or color my hair a couple of shades lighter at whatever point I feel like it, as well.
Despite the fact that my Instagram expenses is loaded up with new weaves and new pastel hair colors each and every day, there are a modest bunch of ongoing VIP hair changes that are so extreme (and just so damn great), I can’t quit considering them.
From Jennifer Lopez’s drape bangs to Tiffany Haddish’s shaved head, continue to look for 10 big name hair changes that stood out as truly newsworthy this previous year.
There’s no wrong time to debut a new haircut, but the first full, in-person award show since the coronavirus was declared a global pandemic is the perfect opportunity to bring some much-needed glamour. And that’s exactly what Halle Berry did with her micro asymmetrical bob and choppy baby bangs at the 2021 Oscars. The actress also added allover caramel highlights to her short cut, too.
While Ciara is known for her revolving door of hairstyles and hair colors, her waist-length icy blue hair is a goodie. The singer debuted the bold color during the fall of 2020 while everyone was still at home, bored, and debating adding pastel hair dye to their carts.
While Camila Cabello is known for her long curly hair and curtain bangs, the singer moved on to another trending look in the fall of 2020. She “lost her short hair virginity” when she got this cute shaggy bob and wispy bangs.
“What would J.Lo do?” is what so many people ask themselves before getting into their stylist’s chair. So, if the star’s layered curtain bangs are any indication, expect to see a lot of this style of fringe in the near future.
Margot Robbie is another celebrity who’s taken bangs for a spin. The actress showed up to the 2021 Oscars with significantly darker hair than her signature buttery blonde shade, but her soft, textured bangs are what topped the night’s best beauty lists.
Even Emily Ratajkowski couldn’t resist the urge of a DIY hair coloring session while quarantining at home during the pandemic. The multi-hyphenate star and Kérastase ambassador went blonde for the first time ever in June 2020. Her honey blonde hair was created in partnership with the brand, and she even starred in the campaign for its Blond Absolu line.
With red carpet appearances and public appearances canceled for most of 2020, Tiffany Haddish took the opportunity to do something she’s always wanted to do: shave her head. After buzzing her hair off herself last summer, the comedian told Jimmy Fallonthat she took the plunge in order to “get to know her scalp and body better.” Eventually, her shaved head make its red carpet debut at the 2020 Emmy Awards.
“I wish I was only tempted,” Kaia Gerber told InStyle of her pandemic hair color journey. After bleaching her hair at home with hydrogen peroxide (which isn’t a recommended way to go blonde), the model dyed her bob bright pink. “The bleach was my excuse to go pink because I’ve always wanted to do it,” she said. “But, I’m telling you, if you have natural beautiful dark hair, it’s not worth the bleach.”
Demi Lovato ended 2020 by cutting their waist-length hair into a bob with choppy long layers and an undercut. They also had fun with their hair color, too, dyeing it platinum blonde and leaving an inch of dark roots for an effortless, lived-in vibe.
A breakup, milestone birthday, or new season are a few common situations that spark a major hair change. Or if you’re a Grammy Award-winning singer like Billie Eilish, a new album. Ahead of debuting the first single off her upcoming second album, Happier Than Ever, Eilish shocked the internet by ditching her black hair with slime green roots for platinum blonde. The singer also switched up her haircut too, opting for a trendy shag with curtain bangs.