As a celebrity, Selena Gomez really does give us so much. From her deeply personal album* to emotional interviews about past relationships to candid moments on Instagram to an endless stream of fashion and beauty looks, the singer is a constant source of inspiration.
Speaking of beauty inspo: Gomez recently made a (subtle) tweak to her hair that we absolutely love. The singer/actress/producer showed off some warm new highlights during a very appropriate red carpet: the Hollywood Beauty Awards.
“She stopped in to freshen up her ’70s shag and color,” her stylist Riawna Capri told InStyle. “For Selena’s color we did a sprinkle of caramel, bronze, and sun-kissed highlights.” It may just be a “sprinkle” but the highlights absolutely frame her face in the loveliest way, adding just the right amount of warmth to her dark brown color. You can see really seen them in this shot shared by another of her stylists, Marissa Marino.
And check out the dimension you can see in the back of Gomez’s updo at the Hollywood Beauty Awards. We’re sure many people will be taking this look to their own colorists to copy.
We really do appreciate a celeb who isn’t afraid to change up her look on the regular; It wasn’t all that long ago that Gomez debuted a fresh haircut featuring some very enviable shag bangs. Clearly, having grown up on sets and in front of cameras, Gomez is a pro at knowing what works for her glam. Soon she’ll be bringing those talents to the masses by way of her very own beauty line called Rare Beauty. She officially announced the project on Instagram last week and says it will be available at Sephora this summer.
“Being rare is about being comfortable with yourself,” she said in a video clip about Rare Beauty. “I’ve stopped trying to be perfect. I just want to be me. I think Rare Beauty can be more than a beauty brand. I want us all to stop comparing ourselves to each other and start embracing our uniqueness. You’re not defined by a photo, a like, or a comment. Rare Beauty isn’t about how other people see you. It’s about how you see yourself.”