Taylor Swift is known for her long, naturally curly hair…and its vibrant blonde color. Recently she decided to switch things up when she debuted a slightly darker hair color for her new Covergirl Campaign.
The 22 year old spoke of her recent transformation,”I think in life we have a bunch of different versions of ourselves and that goes with our personality and how we act around a friend, that’s how we act in a job interview…it’s all very different how we act. I think it’s all equally different the way we choose to dress, the way we choose our makeup. The cool thing about makeup is that it can be so different on any given day.” Apparently Ms. Swift is starting to feel the same way about her hair color!
The last time we saw Taylor make a major hairstyle change was for the February 2012 cover of Vogue when she donned blunt-cut bangs. While this is not such a dramatic change in style, it certainly adds a rich sophistication to her look.
Going a few shades darker than your natural hair color is a great way to make a subtle statement without a major commitment. This can be done gradually with low-lights, or all at once with a single process color. To get the best looking results, we recommend using All-Nutrient organic hair color. All-Nutrient is known for keeping its color longer than any other dye on the market without all the added chemicals and preservatives.