MILEY CYRUS GOES BIG, REAL BIG!
The Grammy Awards have consistently provided a platform for artists to showcase their talent, creativity, and unique styles. This year was no exception, and one artist who truly stole the spotlight with her bold and striking look was none other than Miley Cyrus.
As Dolly Parton once said, “Life is short, keep your dreams big and your hair bigger.” Well, at this year’s Grammy Awards, Miley Cyrus took her godmother’s words very literally. Not only did she take home an award, but thanks to her heaven-reaching mane of curls, she’s also sweeping through social media and has forever become synonymous with ‘volume.’
The visionary or culprit (depending on who you ask) behind the hairstyle that reaches for the stars is her long-time stylist and friend, Bob Recine. “Last year, I featured Miley’s wet look for hair,” Recine said in a statement. “For the Grammys, we decided we wanted something dry and bigger, more full hair, but sexy, tousled, and touchable,” and boy did he hit the mark he set out to hit.
As Miley Cyrus graced the red carpet, all eyes were on her. For the past decade, she’s been known for her fearless fashion choices, and Miley’s hair was no exception. However, it’s divided the internet. Some claim that she’s reintroduced an old-school style that will reverberate through the industry, while others have less flattering things to say, including comments involving electrical sockets. Either way, no matter which side of the creative take you are standing on, we can all agree on one thing: her fearless drive to push creative boundaries and norms helps us all in what we do, push boundries. Confidence to stand out, to try new things, to be different. Miley left everyone in awe, and my take is that we should all take a page out of her book.
Sophie has had a busy career, working in the industry for the past 27 years on a global level educating young minds through some of the world’s top haircare brands. She is widely passionate about cutting and has over the past few years gotten the barbering bug, further widening her repertoire. She believes that only the dead are done learning and bettering their skills. Sophie also makes time to work as a content contributor for Kasho.
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