Musicians make a statement with wild manes, retro manes or no manes at all.
Despite the fact that she showed up at Armani’s fall 2007 show in Milan wearing what appeared to be fur-covered hair clips at the base of an otherwise-chic bob, Tina Turner is a rock chick who, let’s face it, knows how to work a wild mane (or, as some have whispered, a wild wig). The “Proud Mary” singer went from the structured beehive (Amy Winehouse, take note) to the flip to her now-signature lioness crown over the course of some 30-odd years, thus ushering in an era in which singers, rather than screen stars, set the (hair) style bar ever higher: Think Madonna as Marilyn, Sinead as monk, Cher as showgirl, Britney as junior high tart.
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