Candice Swanepoel looked every bit the part of a bombshell, with her long blonde hair in big, voluminous curls, as she and other Victoria’s Secret models celebrated “Bombshell Day.”
Debra Messing wore her firey red locks in voluminous barrel curls for an appearance on Good Afternoon America in New York City yesterday.
Music legend Cyndi Lauper was honored in Gray Line New York’s “Ride of Fame” campaign and showed off her signature quirky style with this updo. Cyndi Lauper wore her platinum blonde locks swept up into a mass of curls and added splashes of orange color for an extra dash of sass.
Celebs rocked the red carpet in all sorts of colorful hairstyles in 2010, from flaming red colors to neon blue. Check out our Top 10 Crazy Color Hairstyles of 2010!
Ke$ha can be counted on to wear a crazy style to any event and at the 2010 MTV Europe Music Awards in Madrid, Spain, she did not disappoint with her pink streaky hairstyle.
9. Lady Gaga
For Lady Gaga, the yellow and blonde hairstyle she sported at a concert in Portland was rather tame compared to her outlandish hat collection.
8. Kelly Osbourne
Before she went platinum blonde, Kelly Osbourne rocked this dark purplish blue hue at a Disco Glam soiree in Los Angeles.
7. Cyndi Lauper
Cyndi Lauper is one of the originators of crazy color hairstyles and 2010 was no different as she showed off her bright red locks at the 2010 Joyful Heart Foundation Gala in New York City.
6. Juliette Lewis
Actress-turned-rocker Juliette Lewis dared to go blue with this wavy updo at The Switch premiere in Los Angeles.
On the next page…The Top 5 Crazy Color Hairstyles of 2010!
What else do we expect from Cyndi Lauper? Since she burst onto the music scene in the 80s, Cyndi Lauper has worn every shade of color and every outrageous style. Cyndi Lauper continued to shock with this mass of riotous curls at the Entertainment Tonight Emmy after-party.
Cyndi Lauper wearing a short layered hairstyle and rocking a bright 2 toned red hair color (LOVE IT) as well while attending the 2010 Joyful Heart Foundation Gala at Skylight Studios in NYC. This hairstyle is becoming increasingly more popular not only with the teens and their “Emo, Goth, Scene” crowds but its also in the various others crowds as well being a versatile hairstyle, its edgy but chic, easy to style, and can add a much needed change to your usual drab hairstyle. Add highlights or bright colors to make it stand out, or keep it solid for a more chic feel. Either way you simply cannot lose with this hairstyle, the styling times and the versatility it offers. While I categorize this as a short hairstyle it is also long in a since like a “long bob” hairstyle and almost shoulder length but not quite. I also like this because if your looking to change your hairstyle, and want to go short, a cut like this still leaves you options and doesn’t make you feel like you completely hacked everything off…just a little