Some are hitting the (dye) bottle, others are chopping it off. It’s hard to keep up in Hollywood, where stars seem to sport a different hairstyle every day of the week. From tiny trims to full blown hair transformations, check out the range of looks for these celebrity hair chameleons …
Time to spice things up a bit! Christina Aguilera ditched her signature platinum blond hair for a fiery red and she couldn’t look more stunning! The singer debuted the new ‘do during a campaign event for Hillary Clinton on June 7, 2016.
Christina María Aguilera (born December 18, 1980) is an American singer, songwriter, actress, dancer, and record producer. Born in Staten Island, New York and raised in Rochester and Wexford, Pennsylvania, she appeared on the television series Star Search and The Mickey Mouse Club in her early years. After recording «Reflection» the theme for Disney’s 1998 film Mulan, Aguilera signed with RCA Records. She rose to prominence with her 1999 number one self-titled debut album that spawned the Billboard Hot 100 number one singles; «Genie in a Bottle», «What a Girl Wants», and «Come On Over Baby (All I Want Is You)». The following year Aguilera released two studio albums; the Spanish-language album Mi Reflejo and the holiday album My Kind of Christmas. She assumed creative control for her fourth studio album Stripped (2002) which produced five successful singles including; «Dirrty», «Beautiful» and «Fighter». Aguilera’s fifth studio album Back to Basics (2006) debuted at number one on the album charts of ten countries and spawned the major hit singles; «Ain’t No Other Man» and «Hurt». During 2010 Aguilera released her sixth studio album Bionic and starred alongside Cher in the film Burlesque. In 2011 she became an original coach on the US television series The Voice and has since appeared on six of its 10 seasons. Her seventh studio album Lotus was released in 2012. Aguilera has also been featured on several successful collaborations during her career including; «Lady Marmalade», «Moves like Jagger» and «Say Something».