Selena Gomez’s Hair Transformations We Can’t Get Enough Of

Who says we can’t love every hair transformation of Selena Gomez? The actress, singer, and now entrepreneur has been in the limelight since her younger days. Through it all we’ve witnessed how she takes every new role and challenge witha fresh look. Let’s look back at some of her iconic hairstyles over the years. 

  2007 – Straight layered hair and bangs

 Straight layered hair and bangs
Who could forget how most of us all knew of Selena Gomez? The Wizards of Waverly Place! This throwback hairstyle of the Disney Channel star with her long straightened and layered hair with side bangs, didn’t you wish to rock this hair as a kid as well?

   2016 – Blonde highlights with bangs

 Blonde highlights with bangs
Doesn’t she look stunning as always? Far from her signature dark hair, her brunette with blonde highlights is already making a statement -further topping the look off with bangs – this hairstyle made her look all dreamy and stunning. She definitely killed ‘em with this look during her Revival tour.

2017 – Short wavy bob

 Short wavy bob
This might  be the shortest cut of Selena yet. But hold your horses, this is just a wig. Nonetheless, this tousled and natural short bob made waves online when she posted it. And we totally get why – it’s definitely a vibe!

2019 – Sleek bob

Sleek bob
We love Selena’s natural curls, but we love Selena with this sleek bob too! The middle parting and subtle chunky highlights completed her look for the AMAs red carpet.

2021 – Platinum Blonde

Platinum Blonde
This hairstyle definitely proves there’s no hair style Selena doesn’t look gorgeous in. While it’s not the first time she went blonde, this icy platinum shade with her dark roots looks so flattering on her.
Selena Gomez just shows how your hair can be your accessory and distinct style too. Which among the hairstyles did you like best? If you want to be updated with the latest trends, visit Visit Tousled Online Magazine or follow us on Facebook and Instagram.

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