In a nutshell, the week’s #mane moments played out like this: Beyonce’s Super Bowl hair was bigger than the buzz her performance created, Ruby Rose went from praline to pop of color, and Naomi Campbell’s classic fringe proved that she will eternally be, as Bey might say, in formation. A play-by-play of said moments and more, below.
On set of her Maybelline shoot, Emily seduces with her voluminous, soft mane styled by Kenna.
With the help of celeb hairstylist Cesar Ramirez, Ciara welcomed a hint of blonde to her locks.
Bedhead and blunt bangs complete Veronika’s all-around shaggy Saint Laurent FW16 look.
With hair as big as the buzz her Super Bowl performance created, Beyonce is in formation in every aspect. Hawaiian-meets-Foxy-Brown-meets-Cleopatra is how Kim Kimble, the woman behind Bey’s Super Bowl hair, describes the look.
Calling it now: This close-up of Nicola’s buttery-blonde strands will be the photo that convinces brunettes to ditch their dark locks.
We’re SO copying Jasmine’s sweet and sexy look for Valentine’s Day today.
Confession: Every night at 11:11 pm, we wish to wake up with waves like Suki’s.
Ruby is her name, emerald is her mane. We <3 an unexpected pop of color
Taylor’s brushed-out curls and Maison Valentino frock make quite the pair.
Gimme, gimme, gimme–we can’t get enough of corn row braids.
Piecey bangs—no one wears ’em better than Queen Campbell.
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The surefire recipe to effortless waves: equals parts of babe and beach. Beer, optional.
Super groovy is this 70s side braid ponytail on Lennon Stella, of the sister-songstress duo Lennon & Maisy.