In the most important hair battle of our generation, let’s discuss the hair rollers that Bruno Mars rocked on ‘The Voice’ finale on Dec. 16 verses the ’70s inspired-look Bradley Cooper’s character wore in ‘American Hustle.’
Could this be the next big beauty trend? Previously seen on grandmothers and women in the salon, Bruno Mars and Bradley Cooper are making hair curlers the ultimate cool accessory, for men and women! Who wore it better? Vote below!
Bradley Cooper Vs. Bruno Mars’ Hair Rollers — Who Rocked Curlers Better?
Bradley rocked the look in the 2013 film American Hustle, which is set in the 1970s. His character Richie DiMaso had tiny curls and we got a glimpse of his beauty regimen when his character was at home.
Bruno’s vibe is very retro, very 60s and 70s-inspired, so it’s not surprising he went with this look for his performance on the finale of The Voice. He even rocks the curlers in his “Uptown Funk” music video.
Bradley’s look was more low-key, whereas Bruno’s look was definitely all about the fashion, since his curlers were gold!
I have to admit, I LOVE using hot rollers in my hair. It gives me tons of volume and a pretty, sexy wave. Plus, it’s a great time saver — I do my makeup while the curlers “set.” The pizza delivery guy has seen me in my curlers, but I don’t think I’ll be wearing the look at a party anytime soon.
Why Bruno Mars Wore Hair Rollers On ‘The Voice’
A source close to Bruno told HollywoodLife.com EXCLUSIVELY why he rocked the look:
“He thought that the the look was very cool and funky, and he wanted to pay homage to the time of this type of music of the ’70s, plus he did the same thing in the music video so he wanted the performance and the music video to mesh and just look cool. He really likes the look and may continue it.”
Who rocked curlers better, HollywoodLifers?
— Dory Larrabee-Zayas
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