Adele Laurie Blue Adkins
Adele was born on May 05, 1988.
Tottenham, North London, England, UK
Singer-songwriter, musician, composer, arranger
Natural Hair Color
Visit her official website @ adele.com.
Adele looked gorgeous and dazzling in a black shimmering gown, which had sequins arranged in floral patterns and a belted detail to accentuate her fuller figure as she stepped out on the red carpet to join the leading lights of music industry at the 2016 Grammy Awards held at the Staples Center on Monday (February 15, 2016) in Los Angeles.
The British singer decided to wear her brunette locks in a classy hairstyle, which was a perfect foil for her demure and old fashioned Victorian gown that was embellished with sequins and had velvet detailing to give it a modern twist.
The Rolling in the Deep singer decided to style her short cropped locks in a textured hairstyle that was ably supported by her signature pink palette make up, featuring light pink lip color, liquid eyeliner, glimmering eyeshadow and a heavy fashionable brow
Textured Lob (Long Bob)
Adele opted to fashion her lustrous brunette tresses in a gorgeous textured long bob hairstyle. Her locks were parted down the middle and swept towards the sides to hang by the sides of her face in very subtle waves.
Adele decided to further beautify her chic hairstyle by going for blonde highlights that were done elegantly to give flowing color gradient change to her hairstyle.
For her classy red carpet appearance, Adele decided to wear her locks in a lovely messy straight textured hairstyle.
Blow dry your locks in a messy and rough way. You shouldn’t use any type of brush. Next, pull the top section up and clip it. Mist sea salt spray on the remaining locks and separate in one inch sections. Now, wrap each section around the curling iron and be sure to leave the ends straight. As we need only subtle waves, leave hair for five seconds or so. Also, curls each section in alternating directions. Once you are done, tousle and break the waves. Mist texturizing spray to finish off.