BOW BRIGADE - Clearly getting a taste for sky-high tresses, Gaga combines her lilac hair bows with wispy snow-white sections and blonde crimps and curls. Accessorising with a leopard print jacket and her signature dark shades, this isn't one for a first date!
She’s had more hairstyles than we’ve had hot dinners, well almost. Experimenting with a kaleidoscope of hair colours, a variety of fringes and an arsenal of hair accessories, Lady Gaga isn’t short of inventive hair ideas. And while some have been temporary hair dye dabblings, others have resurfaced year after year securing them firmly in Lady Gaga’s hall of fame but which are your favourites… Read More:
BRUNETTE BEAUTY – Back in 2007, Gaga was a bold brunette. With shaggy locks and a Flintstone-style fringe, rumour has it that Gaga dyed her hair blonde to get away from constant comparisons to Amy Winehouse. Can you see it?
BOW BELLS – A staple of Gaga’s hairstyles, her distinctive hair bows started appearing towards the end of 2008. Keeping a blunt fringe, and similar length locks to her brunette days, it looks like fame has found her a pair of straighteners too
HIPPY CHIC – Sporting a classic bowl cut with matching platinum plaited band, despite only being able to see one of the popstar’s peepers, we think we prefer her mad as a hatter hairstyles compared to this altogether more basic bob
PRETTY PASTELS – Forget the summer of ’69, it was all about the summer of ’09 for Gaga who decided it was time to bin the block blonde bob and mix things up with a scattering of lilac and baby pink sections
STUD MUFFIN – As subtle as ever, the Paparazzi princess chose salmon pink and blonde waves, a studded musketeer mask and saucer style hat to take her seat on the front row of New York Fashion Week. Nothing to see here!
BOB’S YOUR UNCLE – The beginning of Gaga’s bob era, this platinum blonde full-bodied bob suits her face shape while adding the Dame Edna style glasses puts her own spin on the style. One of the only ‘Lady’ looks we’d recommend you try at home!
REGAL ROOTS – Let’s face it; the bob was never going to last long. Carving a crown shape out of this candyfloss mass of faux hair, it’s actually very spring/summer 11 (if you just remove the black lace veil)!
SIDE SWEEP – The fringe has gone and in its place is an eye-length side swept parting. Only a month after that bouncy bob, it’s clear the warbling wonder has had extensions added although it’s still quite an understated look for the star
RAY OF LIGHT – This avant garde hairstyle is a sign of things to come from Gaga as she enters 2010 with a bang. Mixing Marcel waves with solid looking spiked extensions, who needs a hat when you’ve got hair like this?
GOLDILOCKS – Dip dyeing the ends of her locks egg yolk yellow, the songstress proves she’s not afraid of bold brights and clashing colours, wearing this new ‘do with a soft lilac Armani dress and baby pink lips
ADDING INCHES – Now this is more like Amy Winehouse. Intertwining lace throughout the cobwebbed weave, if heels don’t give you enough height on the red carpet, increase those inches using your barnet. We don’t even want to think how heavy this couture creation was for the 2010 Brit Awards
BOW BRIGADE – Clearly getting a taste for sky-high tresses, Gaga combines her lilac hair bows with wispy snow-white sections and blonde crimps and curls. Accessorising with a leopard print jacket and her signature dark shades, this isn’t one for a first date!
CENTREFOLD – Is it Marilyn Manson or is it Miss Gaga? Odd isn’t it that when she wears her hair centre parted, long and loose a la Taylor Momsen, Gaga looks less normal than when she’s got adornments draped off her hair ‘do
STRIKE A POSE – Arriving at the 2010 MTV Video Music Awards, Gaga’s guise was a cross between a Roman empress and a mermaid. Her hair an almost lilac grey colour with turquoise ends, the gentle flowing waves makes it look like she’s just risen from the sea while the golden feather plume gives her an air of authority. Wild but wonderful
DIP DYE – Pre-Halloween and after experimenting with a blue rinse the month before, it looks like Gaga might have been hooked on her mismatched mane. With Dr Who sunglasses and turquoise, lilac, white and grey locks, it’s a look that’s definitely got ethereal qualities to it
BOY WONDER – Smart and slick, it’s back to a blonde bob to match that Poker Face. Teamed with an androgynous outfit, it smacks of the Pet Shop Boys circa 1983
AGE BEFORE BEAUTY – Step into the time machine and witness OAG – Old Age Gaga. Bleaching her hair and her eyebrows and keeping her makeup to a minimum, it’s not a look we’d like to see repeated