Rihanna is not only a popular and highly successful singer, but she is also a wonderful, positive style icon in the African American community – a real trendsetter. Many can relate to her, not only because she overcame many obstacles in her life, but by the very public, abusive relationship she went through, and the fine manner in which she handled herself. Females of a variety ages are inspired to mimic, or develop a similar, feminine, glamorous style that Rihanna portrays, from the make up and clothes that she wears, to her wide variety of captivating and versatile hair styles. She knows what to wear, how to wear it, and knows when to wear it. Rihanna has self-respect, is classy, and has sex appeal all at the same time. She is daring and exudes confidence. These qualities are ones that most women would like to possess.
One never knows what color, length or style Rihanna will be seen with next, but one thing is for sure, it will be stunning, and sometimes a surprise. Rihanna is the ultimate example of how many black hair styles can be achieved by one person. The latest of Rihanna’s many styles of hair was seen at the 54th Annual Grammy Awards that were held on Sunday, February 12, 2012 at the Staples Center in Los Angeles, California. Rave reviews were given for her gently tousled hair with soft waves that gently framed her face. Her sunny blond hair, along with her bronze skin, gave her the look of a sexy sun goddess.If you want a similar eye-catching look as the the latest one that Rihanna wore on the red carpet, it is easy to accomplish. Rihanna’s hair was dyed blond and cut into shaggy layers. After her hair was given texture with a foaming wrap lotion, a medium-barrel curling iron was used to curl small sections of hair. After the hair was curled and cooled, the curls were separated. Her hairstylist used a brush, but you can also use your fingers to comb through the curls and loosen them. To hold the style in place a light hold hairspray was used. It is just that simple to attain this sultry Rihanna hair style.