See Selena Gomez’s New Bangs and Extensions for Summer

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New season, new hair Selena Gomez is preparing for the warm weather with a “summer” ‘do. The “Ice Cream” singer, 29, visited Zero One Salon in Los Angeles and documented her hair transformation.

Gomez’s transformation is evident in an Instagram reel shared by the hair salon on Tuesday, May 31. First, stylists Riawna Capri Nikki Lee started by blowing out the producer’s natural tresses before adding in extensions (by Great Lengths) that perfectly matched her brown-colored mane. As Gomez filmed, the new pieces of hair were added in one by one until the star’s locks cascaded down her shoulders. Next, the beauty team evened out the actress’ hair and trimmed her bangs into a chic, blunt style. For a final touch, Gomez’s ‘do was given hairspray for shine and a plethora of fluffs to show off the body.

In the caption of the post, Nine Zero One explained the process, writing: “Summer Selena. Here’s a great way to transform your clients’ hair without having to color at all. You just need extensions! For @SelenaGomez, we added in auburn brown @greatlenthusa to create a new summer look for her!”

The Teen Choice Award-winner’s summer style comes after she’s been rocking a flirty lob. Gomez previously styled her long, wavy bob with loose, beach waves, or subtle curls as shown on her TikTok page. The Only Murders are allowed in the BuildingStar has been known to wear sleek, messy ponytails, high-waisted hairstyles and even straight hair. Gomez has experimented with platinum and blonde hair colors, although she sticks to her chestnut colour. At the 2017 American Music Awards, she famously wore blonde hair with dark roots.

Gomez is a master of beauty. In 2020, the Texas native founded Rare Beauty — a makeup line that offers nearly everything from lip colors, foundation, blush and beauty tools. The brand was named Startup of the YEAR at the 2020 WWD Beauty Awards and Best New brands at the 2021 Allure Best of Beauty Awards. The pop star uses her collection to help fans feel their best with makeup and to raise awareness about mental health. Founded alongside the brand is Gomez’s nonprofit, Rare Impact Fund, which donates one percent of all sales to the fund. The “It Ain’t Me” singer has long been candid about her mental health struggles after revealing her bipolar diagnosis in 2020.

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When she’s not working in or indulging in beauty, Gomez can be found acting, producing, singing and most recently, hosting. Last month, Gomez hosted Saturday Night Live, joking about her personal life during her opening monologue.

“One reason I’m really excited to host SNL is because I’m single,” Gomez said during her monologue on the long-running NBC variety series. “I’ve heard SNL is a great place to find romance [since] Emma Stone met her husband [Dave McCary, a former segment director] here, Scarlett Johansson [who connected with Weekend Update’s] Colin Jost Pete [Davidson] and … Machine Gun Kelly.

“Since I don’t want to try the dating apps, I just want to put it out in the universe that I’m manifesting love,” she teased. “And I would like to say that I’m looking for my soulmate, but, at this point, I will take anyone.”

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