Beyonce’s performance at Glastonbury on Sunday Night is being described as one of the defining moments in her career – her 90 minute set was a mash up of Destiny’s Child hits, her solo songs and covers of Alanis Morissette, the Eurythmics and the Kings of Leon.
Beyonce appeared on stage with an all-girl band and back up dancers – all with amazing, show-stopping hair. We’re head-over-heels in love with her dancers afros, and we’re crossing our fingers that this is the start of a new hair trend.
In other news – we were definitely worried 10 days ago, when Katy Perry tweeted this:
When we saw photos of the results, we thought we had stepped into a time machine, and that she was Ashlee Simpson, circa 2008.
Katy has revealed that the ginger is just an in-between stage – “i’ll get to my secret color(s) soon“.
Evan Rachel Wood debuted her new hair at the True Blood season premiere party this week – a cropped pixie cut.
This year, it seems like short hair is the new long – celebrities like Emma Watson, Kate Winslet, Michelle Williams and Ashlee Simpson have all undergone bold cuts lately.
Short hair seems to have a polarizing effect on the public. Remember how much everyone freaked out when Emma Watson cut her hair after Harry Potter? But, girls with cropped hair have a way of being unforgettable – think Edie Sedgwick, Victoria Beckham, or Samarie Armstrong on the OC. They’re living testament that the crop is a timeless, iconic style.
If you’re thinking about working a short style this season, the right styling products are essential. You’ll need a combination of a good texturing paste and a gloss. Mix them in the palms of your hand, and roughly toss through your hair. We recommend Redken Wax Blast, which is a mixture of the two. It’s ideal if you don’t want your styling product to be too heavy, and provides separation and hold.
Our verdict on Evan Rachel Wood’s hair? We love seeing celebrities who aren’t afraid to experiment! Her new cut is fresh and interesting – we can’t wait to see who follows suit.