Tailor Swift Hairstyles
Tailor Swift’s hair is absolutely envious. She might jump out of her normal routine and wear it flat and straight, which looks fine, but her hair is naturally curly. Those ringlets you see on the red carpet are hers. Yeah, I’m jealous too!
You’ll hardly ever see the pretty singer without getting an eyeful of those gorgeous curls. Sometimes she manipulates them into being tight or loose, but they’re never too big or too little. They’re always just right.
Tailor Swift’s Lovely Curly Hair
Of course, she doesn’t just wake up and have perfect hair, though it looks like she does. If you’re wondering how to get that effortless, tame ringlet look, try these pointers:
For naturally curly or wavy hair, use a leave in conditioner. You can even mix it with your favorite texturizing product. Apply it from the ears downward; leave the top alone.
Taylor Swift's Grammy awards 2010 hairdo
To prevent frizz, don’t touch your hair while blow drying. Use a long finger diffuser attached to your blow dryer and go through your hair slowly, not combing but supporting strands so that they can dry evenly. If your hair is thin and needs volume, bend over at the waist and blow dry your hair from the roots up.
If your hair is naturally straight, you’ll need a curling iron to get this look. Try something with a barrel that’s at least 1” thick. You don’t necessarily have to have tight curls; remember the looser they are the more natural it looks. Finish it off with a good natural hold hairspray. If you need shine, you can add a drop of serum to the roots, but let the curls shine on their own.