Your Favorite Singers’ Hairstyles

Written by Tanya ChoudharyTanya Choudhary, ISSA Certified Specialist In Fitness & Nutrition  • 

With their velvet voices and vocal prowess, many singers may have occupied a huge space in our iPod’s memory, but there are many others whom we keep a track of because we simply adore their distinctive fashion sense and hairstyles. And who doesn’t love to try out the hairstyles of famous celebrities? Remember the 80s, when the curly and messy bob was associated with the infamous rock star Madonna? Or Ariana Grande’s distinctive high ponytail, if we were to talk about the recently gone 2015?

We are here to lend a helping hand in unknotting all your hairstyle-related troubles and to present these tutorials that will enable you to recreate your favorite singers’ hairstyles without any fuss. So, check out the videos below!

How To Do Taylor Swift’s Love Story Hairdo

“You’ll be the prince and I’ll be the princess…”

Yes, this is most definitely a princess’s hairdo with soft curls hanging loosely from the bun and a side braid. Taylor Swift is known for her versatile fashion and hair sense – from being the nerdy ‘girl-next-door’ in You belong with me to ‘don’t-dare-to-touch-me’ in Bad Blood. And my, she carries every look with undeniable grace in every red carpet event she attends. So, if you are planning to wear a gown for an upcoming party, do not hesitate to try this graceful and elegant bun to make multiple heads turn.

How To Get The Jennifer Lopez High Pony Hairdo

JLo’s rock-punk-chic fashion sense has been bringing us On the Floor since the early 2000s, and so have her jaw-dropping-amazing hairstyles that know no boundaries. She has tried everything, and she has rocked everything – cornrows, buzz-bee flounce, sleek and straight, soft curls – everything! But, her high ponytail with a French braid that she sports often goes well with all sorts of dresses. It might take some effort to get the sleekness required, but once it is mastered, oh my, nobody can stop you from taking the spotlight! Here’s how to do it.

DIY Katy Perry Roar Hairdo

We all love this music video for its creativity and Jungle Book feel, don’t we? But, who is to forget the torn, messy, and absolutely ‘Jungle-ish’ attires and hair of the blue-eyed beauty? No one, I’m sure of that. One such hairdo of hers in the music video of Roar is the uptight and horn-like hairdo that totally takes the cake in terms of popularity. I’m sure you guys must have been dying to try that. It is impeccably tight and amazingly astounding, once we get it done all right. So what are you waiting for?

Demi Lovato Inspired Braided Crown Hairdo

All Lovatics around the globe will agree if I were to call this wide-smiled beauty to be a symbol of perfection from head to toe. In fact, all the 90s kids who were addicted to the ever-sunny ‘Sonny’ in Sonny With A Chance will nod their heads to this statement. Now our bubbly and clumsy Sonny has grown up to be a fashionista – and an amazing one at that. One example of her awesome hairdos would be the graceful braided crown hairstyle she sported in the X-Factor 2014 auditions that created a buzz amongst the celeb-world and fans alike. Wanna try it? Just go through the video below.

DIY Grammys 2015 Hairstyles: Scarlet Kat Graham’s High Bun

In the mass of messy and upturned hairdos, are you are looking for a fuss-free and pretty sleek high bun that would go with your gala outfit? Check out Vampire Diaries star Kat Graham’s neat and modish, with no-stray-hair-in-sight look from the Grammy’s 2015 that is just perfect. It will make you stand out in a crowd – and the best part is that it looks great on any attire. Do not ponder a lot over what to do if you have your hairspray and mousse handy. Simply apply some of the products, push your hair up and tie it in a nice and sleek bun. Watch this tutorial for more details.

Want to know more about some of your favorite singers’ hairstyles that didn’t make a place in this list? Do drop a comment and we will definitely help you out!

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