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Taylor Swift didn’t like her bleached hair look suggested by Anna Wintour
December 13, 2022
In 2016, Taylor Swift surprised fans with a platinum blonde hairstyle that was prescribed to her by vogue boss Anna Wintour. But the pop star revealed she doesn’t like bleached hair. And that’s why she quickly returned to her natural hair color.
Taylor Swift bleached her changed hair for her ‘Vogue’ cover
Since 2004, Swift has been delighting fans with her upbeat music, memorable song lyrics and incredible live performances. Unlike other pop stars, she hasn’t made too many extreme changes to her appearance. And one thing that remained constant was her natural honey blonde hair.
So when fans saw Swift on the May 2016 cover of vogue, they were quite surprised. She had ditched her golden hair for an edgy platinum blonde bob.
wintour said Today that changing the hairstyle was her recommendation. “We really wanted to give Taylor a new look,” the editor said, as reported by People. “[And] make her a kind of rock’n’roll chick.
Taylor Swift didn’t like her bleached hair
Swift rocked the bright faded blonde hairstyle at the 2016 Met Gala. And it continued for the April 2016 Coachella events.
But the 32-year-old doesn’t look at the style with emotion. And she recently told Elle she thought it was cringe-worthy.
“Fashion is all about playful experimentation,” the “Anti-Hero” singer suggested. “If you don’t look back at pictures of some of your old looks and cringe, you’re wrong. See: Bleachella.
Taylor Swift misses her curly hair
Early in her career, Swift had long, curly hair. But in recent years, her hair looks much straighter.
For a while, many fans assumed she was using a straightener or treatment. But according to Swift, the looped passage to the right was something that happened on its own.
“I’ve learned that your hair can completely change texture,” she told Elle in 2019. “Since I was born I had the curliest hair and now it’s SMOOTH.”
Swift noted that having straight hair was something she secretly wanted since she was a teenager. But now that her curls are gone, she misses them and wants them back.
“It was the straight hair I wanted every day in college,” Swift revealed. “But just when I was beginning to come to terms with loving my curls, they left me. Please pray for their safe return.
But ultimately, Swift isn’t too worried about her hair or what people think of it. And while praising actress and body positivity activist Jameela Jamil, the Grammy Award winner noted that she realized how unfair beauty standards for women are.
“I’ve learned that society constantly sends very strong messages to women that the physical signs of aging are the worst thing that can happen to us,” Swift explained. “These messages tell women that we have no right to grow old.”
“It’s an impossible standard to meet, and I loved Jameela Jamil’s outspokenness on this subject,” she added. “Reading her words is like hearing a voice of reason amidst all those loud messages telling women that we’re supposed to defy gravity, time, and all that is natural in order to achieve that bizarre goal of eternal youth that is n is not even necessary at a distance from men.”