Adele's Las Vegas residency has been accompanied by stellar beauty looks. Every weekend, the singer has debuted amazing manicures (we're still obsessing over her optical illusion-inducing French), bold eye makeup, and gorgeous blowouts. Her 32nd weekend however came with a beauty surprise: Voluminous curly locks reminiscent of the Grammy winner's natural hair texture.
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On October 22, the "Someone Like You" singer and her go-to hairstylist Sami Knight showcased the new curly hairdo on Instagram. Coined “angel curls”, her blonde hair was styled into big, bouncy curls and parted straight down the middle—a noticeable diversion from her straight or wavy looks. The rest of her glam consisted intense winged eyeliner, a shimmery gold shadow, and a deep mauve lip—all courtesy of Giorgio Armani. Celebrity friends and fans were quick to give the new 'do their stamp of approval. Rita Ora commented, "I love this," while others dropped strings of heart emojis.
While Adele typically doesn't stray too far from her typical soft waves and side part, this isn’t her first time taking the stage with bouncy curls. During the 12th weekend of her residency, she performed with tighter, luscious curls that were parted to the side. She previously gave fans a glimpse of her natural curls in 2020, sharing a makeup-free, no-product-in-hair Instagram post.
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Adele has looked stunning from head-to-toe since beginning her residency, so we're eager to see what magic her glam team can pull off for weekend 33.
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