See which celebrities are switching up their 'dos in 2017.
We love a good makeover. Which is why we've gathered the best celebrity hair transformations of 2017. Find hair style inspiration or just take a look at styles these celebs love.
Penélope's hair looks like it always falls so effortlessly perfect.
At the British Academy Film Awards she debuted a new look: a split-bang bob that framed her face beautifully.
This gorgeous mama always looks so cute, whether it's in a fresh-outta-bed selfie or on the red carpet.
Olivia clearly got the memo that 2017 is the year of change, chopping off her long light brown hair and opting for a spunky short blonde 'do instead. Can you say cool mom?
The GIRLS star's warm chocolate brown brought out her baby blues perfectly.
There's a new blonde in town as Allison Williams debuts her hair transformation and proves that there's not just one staple hair colour for everyone
Earlier this year, Katy Perry debuted a different look - an orangey blonde - to kick off the new year.
But the queen of changing it up took to Instagram to not only show off her new platinum blonde hair, but also announced new music coming soon!
This edgy famous daughter-turned-model has kept her look spunky and fun since her career started, mixing in unique colours and styles.
Hailey opted for a softer look this time, changing to a warm blonde, taking quite a bit of length off and adding in some cute layers.
Emily debuted this lob earlier in 2017 at the Golden Globes, and decided to keep changing it up..
Posting this cute selfie to her Snapchat story, Emily debuted her new choppy front bangs that give her a casual but adorable look.
Our favourite quirky celebrity is just the cutest whether she opts for her natural chestnut hair or lightens it up a bit.
She takes 2017 as the year for a never-done-before change for her, going ultra short and giving her hair more of a ginger tint.
This blonde Hollywood bombshell never fails to make her golden locks look incredible on and off the screen.
All in the name of change, Kate Hudson debuts a shorter style, with the perfect bangs to frame her face.
Posing with first ever COVERBOY, James Charles, Katy Perry's signature raven hair is long, straight and gorgeous!
Dark locks no more as Katy Perry debuts her new peachy blonde, and much shorter 'do at Orlando Bloom's 40th birthday party.
This brunette has has multiple subtle hair change-ups over the years from cuts to highlights.
Keeping to her brunette roots, Selena chops her hair into the ever-popular modern lob.
Long-haired brunette, Nina Dobrev, has stuck with her long locks from the beginning.
2017 has brought on the lob cut for Nina as well, as she debuts her new 'do for a movie premiere in London.
Emily Ratajkowski's simple—but gorgeous—long brown hair has been her staple since she hit the spotlight.
But 2017 is the year of the brunette lob apparently, as the chocolate locks stay, the length goes. She stilled wowed at the Golden Globes, regardless.
Our editors share the items they are coveting this February—and they're all under $100.
As much as we love shopping, what we love even more is a good deal. Which is why we asked our style editors to share the items that they'll be shopping for this month. The good news? Everything is under $100, which means you don't have to feel guilty about picking a few things up yourself.
As I think about spring, I always begin to think about what sneakers I’m going to pick up. Spring is sneaker season, at least if you ask me. This year, I’m going back to basics with a classic pair of Vans. Bonus—they’ve been spotted on bloggers, models and off-duty actors, so you know this style is making a comeback. At the very affordable $80 price point, this will be money well-spent seeing as how I'll be living in them for the season. - Alexandra Donaldson, contributing editor
Vans Old Skool in Black and White, $80, getoutsideshoes.com.
Graphic pants are everything at the moment. Dress them down with sneakers, add heels for a more professional look, pair it with a form-fitting top to keep it sleek. They'll go with everything. - Noelle Gauthier, style intern
Uniqlo women smart style ankle length pants, $40, uniqlo.com.
Easy to apply eyeshadow
If I’m wearing makeup beyond my under-eye concealer and mascara, it needs to be efficient. Which is why I have my eye on this Nudestix eye crayon. The metallic hue will add a bit of pizzazz to my makeup look, without too much extra effort.
Nudestix Magnetic Eye Colour in Twilight, $28, sephora.com.
How come boyfriend jeans always seem amazing in theory, but never translate into the model-off-duty look when worn? These "girlfriend" jeans have a tailored fit making them far more wearable.
Gap mid rise best girlfriend jeans, $40, gapcanada.ca.
Animal motifs have been hot on the runway—but if you can’t afford to spring for Gucci (and really, who can?) you can pick up this panther cropped sweatshirt from Forever 21. At $25 it’s a steal—and super cute to boot.
Panther Graphic Sweatshirt, $25, forever21.com.
Kitten heels are making a comeback
A few years ago I never could have imagined loving the kitten heel like I do now—but these days everything is old new again. The low-heel allows me to survive in them all day, so I'm thinking they'll be sticking around for awhile.
Zara high-heel slingback, $46, zara.com.
Classic tee with a twist
A classic white t-shirt will never go out of style—which is why my wardrobe is stocked with them. The latest one I want to add? This cute and cheeky option from a local Canadian brand.
Daddy’s Day Off Make Out Tee, $30, likelygeneral.com.
Say what you want about the Kardashians, but they have the perfectly tousled California-girl waves I'm after. Enter this new haircare line by their trusted hairstylist, Jen Atkin. I'm eyeing this texturizing spray to recreate their manes.
Ouai texturizing hair spray, $32, sephora.com.
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The actress and activist chats with us from the Cannes Film Festival about beauty and aging.
Perhaps you were first introduced to Susan Sarandon as scene-stealing Janet in The Rocky Horror Picture Show or as half of one of the greatest on-screen female duos ever in Thelma & Louise. Or maybe you're most familiar with Sarandon's activism around issues of climate change, the death penalty and economic inequality. Whatever the reason you took notice, the megastar and brand ambassador for L'Oréal Paris is fascinating. She spoke with us about life as an actor, her beauty routine and how to age gracefully.
What are your favourite roles to take on?
I like to play characters who are reaching out in some way to another human—it's the bravest thing you can go. I'm interested in those stories, whether it's the relationship between a nun and a convict, a love story between two women or the connection between a woman and a child. I try to not repeat myself. Even if I've played other mothers, they're all different.
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How is the perception of women over the age of 50 changing?
Being 50, 60 or 70 doesn't mean the same thing as it did when I was 20. There are a lot of great gals who are working, who are fun, sassy and beautiful, and who happen to be over 60. They're great-looking and full of energy, and they're living longer—and there's a lot of us!
What made you want to work with L'Oréal Paris?
I love the ethnic and age diversity that L'Oréal has shown in its choice of brand ambassadors. And the idea—do it for yourself because you're worth it—was a huge breakthrough. I really respect that kind of thinking.
What beauty routine do you follow?
I don't smoke cigarettes, I drink lots of water, I exercise. Everything else, I do moderately. I don't really drink, I try to always take my makeup off at night and I use moisturizer, sunscreen and a little dab of lip balm. That's about it.
As you've gotten older, how have your views on beauty and aging changed?
I think you have to spend your time on, and worry about, more important things. Gravity exists; there's no way around it. As you get older, you have to look at aging differently because comparisons and criticisms are suddenly thrown in your face. There are a lot of people who are aging quire gracefully; I think it's about putting the emphasis on what's inside.
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