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Stylin’ with Beyoncé

Feb 20, 2013

By: George Caroll

It looks like Beyoncé can pull off absolutely any hairstyle! From long, sleek strands, to tight, springy ringlets, and multi-colored tones, this diva’s hair is always on trend! Although Beyoncé is known for her fierce dance moves and amazing voice (yes World, of course she CAN sing live!), she has a terrific sense of style and her hair styles are always changing. She has gone from blonde sleek and straight to natural curly and even rockin’ a tint of red in her hair.

Beyoncé is one of the current A list super stars who really knows how to rock their hair color and she has used this to full effect over the years. It’s no wonder that she was quickly snapped up to be the face of L’Oreal hair color! Beyoncé’s signature color is beautiful mixture of golden blondes and honey Carmel brown tones, and after years of experimenting with lighter and dark shades, she seems to have settled on a mid-range look that she has totally made her own.

Here at SalonGalaxy.com we love a diva that isn’t afraid to experiment with hair color, and digging through the archives it’s nearly impossible to find an occasion where Beyoncé has got it wrong. There have been some criticisms that the star’s preference for a lighter hair color is disrespectful to her African American heritage, however she has gone on record saying how hurtful these comments are, and like any girl, she just wants to have a bit of fashion fun. Beyoncé has said that she never dreamed that one day women around the globe would walk into a Salon and ask for her hair color and style.

 

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Is Beyonce a Better Singer or Actor?

  • Way better singer.
  • She can act much better than she sings.
  • She's not very good at either.
  • I think she's a great singer and actor.

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