Lorde Hair, Hairstyle, Haircut, Hair Color

Lorde looks sensational in a sheer dress at the MTV Video Music Awards 2015

Born Name

Ella Maria Lani Yelich-O’Connor


Lorde was born on November 07, 1996.

Born Place

Devonport, Auckland, New Zealand


Singer, songwriter

Natural Hair Color

Light Brown

Social Presence

Visit her official website @ lorde.co.nz.

Connect with her on Twitter, Facebook, Instagram, Tumblr, and iTunes.

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Lorde Hairstyle

Lorde put up a glamorous and stylish red carpet appearance in a high neck sparkling gown, which had an embroidered bodice and black tulle skirt that flared out from waist as she joined her close friend Taylor Swift in posing for the photographs at the 2016 Vanity Fair Oscar Party held at the Wallis Annenberg Center for the Performing Arts on February 28, 2016 in Beverly Hills, California.

Hair Color

Dark Brown

The New Zealand singer opted to wear her lustrous brunette locks in a classy hairstyle, which was a perfect foil for her flirty and feminine number, which had a bodice embellished with fine beading and a sheer skirt that drew attention to her legs.

Hair Length


The teenage beauty decided to style her medium length brown hair in a stylish hairdo for the high profile party held to celebrate the Academy Awards on Sunday night.

Hair Style

Voluminous Loose Waves

The Royals singer opted to coif her textured brunette locks in a chic voluminous loose waves hairstyle. Her locks were parted on the right side and tucked behind ear on the other side as she went for slightly asymmetrical look. Also, her hair were swept over her shoulders in gorgeous tumble of glossy waves.

Highlight Color


Hair Texture

Semi Wavy

For her stylish outing, Lorde went for a stylish semi wavy textured hairstyle, which was elegantly complemented by her polished make up, including coat of nude hue on her lips, light smoky eye and a lashing of mascara.

Hair Accessories


Professional Tip

You need serious volume to get this hairstyle right. Begin by blow drying your wet locks with a diffuser. Next, spritz root lifting spray on your roots and just above your ears. Brush through with your fingers and spread it evenly. Next, separate your locks in two inch sections. Mist texturizing hair spray on the sections and wrap it around curling wand. When the curls have cooled down, glide through a paddle brush.


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