Tulisa Constantavlos’ Hair Style Journey Through the Years
Tulisa Constantavlos has recently been voted as the -Sexiest female in the UK’ – despite the controversy this caused, whether you agree with the title or not, one thing that no one can deny is that Tulisa always looks great. She has her own unique style and is always following the trends with her own twist on things, and one thing that can always be said is that her hair is always on point. Tulisa first came onto the scene as one third of N-Dubz, a young singer with a fresh face and, to be frank, not so fresh hair. Sporting what can only be considered as quite ghastly striped blonde highlights at the time, this look was gone almost instantly with her full fringe and dodgy extensions – on to better! Soon after the initial blonde mishap, the star was seen with a full head of toned down blonde and a more styled fringe. Adding layers and some layer with the help of hair extensions complimented the square shape of Tulisa’s face and made her look feminine and elegant. Over time, Tulisa Constantavlos gradually added more low lights to her long locks, until she was sporting a pretty much full head of brown hair. This started off as a -mousey’ brown tone, which progressively got darker until she found her perfect colour match with a deep, rich brown. The ex N-Dubz songstress has always been fond of her hair extensions, and is a true inspiration for anyone who wants to add some extra length and volume to their hair. Whether she wears her hair straight, curly, or tied up, Tulisa always makes sure her extensions are undetectable by keeping the rest of her hair looking healthy and layered. Appearing on the X Factor, Tulisa often was seen with up-do’s to add some sophistication to her look. One of her most memorable hair styles from the show was a quiff and bun combination. This allowed the judge to show the thickness and strength of her hair, with it completely off her face. Tulisa had the front section backcombed and pinned back, and the rest tied around each other in a neat bun. If you would like some advice on how to style your hair to suit your face shape, or some assistance with hair pieces, or you are going through any for of hair thinning, shedding or loss, contact Bloomsbury of London today.
Daniella Clowd Bloomsbury of London