As soon as the hairdressing appointment is set, you start looking for the latest hairstyle trends and trendy hair colors of the stars. Does it sound familiar to you? If you search Google first, you are by no means alone. On the contrary: Most of them click on the number 1 search engine first, because it also scours through inspiration platforms such as Pinterest and Instagram.
The Tajmeeli website has analyzed the English-language search queries from Google users around the world (the number of search results is, of course, much higher) over the past twelve months in order to select the internationally most popular hairstyles for female stars.
At the top is singer Billie Eilish, whose hair was searched around 188,400 times last year. The music idol has become known with neon green highlights, which she swapped for a platinum blonde shag last year. In fact, there have been around 60,000 searches for "Billie Eilish green hair" in the past 12 months alone. One thing is certain: the 19-year-old inspired us to trust ourselves more at the hairdresser's and to try out eye-catching hair color combinations. Bravo!
In deserved second place, Selena Gomez follows with her enviable mane. The 29-year-old is also not averse to hair experiments: from cool 70s bangs, to 90s praise or even a mullet - every hair style looks great on her. So it's no wonder that the singer and actress' trademark, her dark hair, was searched 175,200 times in the past year. With a total of 51,600 searches specifically for "Selena Gomez short hair".
Ariana Grande lands in third place: her hair has been searched for a total of 170,400 times in the last twelve months. And that's despite the fact that she is best known for one hairstyle: her signature high ponytail. Perhaps that is precisely why "Ariana Grande hair down" has been searched for around 34,800 times. After all, everyone would like to know what the 28-year-old looks like with her hair down.
Interesting to know: During the evaluation, the most popular hairstyle types for each celebrity were broken down. Short haircuts were Googled for more than half of the searches.