Is Gwen Stefani the better Cruella? With a two-tone, black and white hairstyle, the musician made her big appearance at the US finale of "The Voice".
Gwen Stefani’s platinum blonde hair has been an important part of her signature style since her early no-doubt days. Despite the almost constant lightening, the musician has somehow always managed to make her brunette hair look like it was in its natural state. And while she occasionally tried other colors like pink and blue, her white-blonde hair remained the basis for everyone else. For an appearance at the season finale of "The Voice", Stefani looked like Cruella de Vil's long-lost twin with her new black and white ponytail style.
The musician shared a carousel post on Instagram with a selfie and two short videos showing her new two-tone hairstyle, which, together with her red lipstick, went perfectly with her rhinestone, plaid outfit, and the fiery red leather two-piece she was wearing carried the stage.
Hairstylist Sami Knight styled Stefani’s hair into a high, black ponytail with matching blunt bangs. Her typical platinum blonde only peeked out at the top of her scalp. The black ponytail was slightly curled at the ends for curl and fullness and fell a few inches above the collarbone. The pony hairstyle ends about an inch above her eyebrows, two thick, straight strands frame her face.
Make-up artist Michael Anthony gave the "Hollaback Girl" singer a flawless beauty look. Her skin looks bright and tanned, while her eyes are subtly defined with a light eyeliner, long lashes, and brown accents in the crease. The bright red tone on her lips is the perfect addition to this look - and typically Gwen Stefani.
While some fans don't seem to like this new hairstyle, we love Stefani’s take on the hair trend with two colors. We've already seen the contrasting look with mullet, braids, and the chunky strands that frame the face and made their comeback last year. If you look at Stefani and Emma Stone, who plays Cruella de Vil, it looks like black and white hair could get big again this summer.