Makeover alert! Not solely did Selena Gomez debut a drastically totally different ‘do (she’s a blonde now, ICYMI), the pop star additionally rocked a brand new grungier vibe on the 2017 American Music Awards hosted by Tracee Ellis Ross on Sunday, November 19. First the queen of Instagram strut her stuff on the pink carpet in an edgy Coach leather-based costume, after which she stripped down right into a Ginia Satin slip and sneakers for her efficiency.
The look, which could possibly be described as trendy Courtney Love, is kind of the departure for the “Wolves” singer, who has extra not too long ago opted for modest silhouettes. Well, in with the bleach blonde and heavy roots, out with the midi-length frocks! Platinum Selena is all in regards to the mini slip costume and displaying pores and skin a la the ‘90s grunge rock-n-roll goddess. Luckily for Us, Selena’s creamy sheath lace and bow particulars (for a contact of girliness) is out there on Amazon for $121.
As for her sneakers, naturally, the “Bad Liar” singer was rocking a pair of Puma Basket Clbadic Sneakers, which retail for $98. Just a number of months in the past, Gomez signed on as Puma’s newest superstar ambbadador, and even went as far as to design items for them (which she commonly wears). And the proper ‘90s element for her sneaks? Ruffled white socks.
For her efficiency, Gomez took a web page out of Love’s guide and wore her hair the best way the queen of alt-rock would — tousled and styled with a heavy dose of texture. But, Gomez stored her magnificence look clear in distinction to the punk vibes of the remainder of her ensemble. Makeup artist Hung Vanngo created a recent face for the singer, which he completed off with a swipe of Le Marc Liquid Lip Cream in Slow Burn — in any other case generally known as the proper rosey bad.
All in all, it was a good-girl-meets-grunge second for Gomez and we are able to’t wait to see what she does subsequent along with her look.
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