Katy rocked a perfect red mani to match her red lips while she performed the Super Bowl halftime show on Feb. 1! Get her look below!
Katy Perry blew everyone away with her amazing halftime performance at Super Bowl 49 in Glendale, Ariz. on Feb. 1. She looked stunning with a silver cat eye and bold red lip, and we also loved her red nails! Get the details from her manicurist below!
Katy Perry’s Nails At Super Bowl — Red Hot Manicure
Katy rocked a red hot polish on her fingers for the big game. Her manicure was done by celeb manicurist Kimmie Kyees.
Kimmie wrote on Instagram on Feb. 1: “Happppppening …. this is the biggest moment in my career thus far… so blessed and grateful to be a part of this ..thank [you Katy Perry].”
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Kimmie also gave Katy a football-themed pedicure on Jan. 26!
Katy Perry’s High Ponytail At Super Bowl
Clyde Haygood created the look and told us: “Katy specifically asked for the perkiest pony you’ve ever seen!”
Here’s how to get the look:
“The ponytail was constructed using a human hair Velcro pony with hair in various lengths sewn onto the inside and outside for added volume. With the added weight, in ordered to create a comfortable support system, Clyde sewed an elastic band to the base on the inside of the pony and put a toggle closure to make the ponytail retractable and actually open and close around Katy’s own hair.
To set the ponytail, first Clyde took five 3-inch sections and curled them with a 2-inch iron to create an “S” wave. Each section was sprayed with KMS California FREESHAPE 2-in-1 styling + finishing spray ($20.99) before curling. Clyde used this spray because it’s heat activated and perfect to use with irons for setting dry hair. It also brushed out beautifully giving him the bounce he wanted for the performance.
Next, Clyde worked on slicking Katy’s own hair back with his “go-to” gel product, KMS California HAIRSTAY styling gel ($16.50). This gel has impeccable hold and gave Clyde the glass-like shine he wanted for Katy’s hair.
Once the ponytail was attached Clyde took a small amount of KMS California HAIRPLAY gel wax ($19.75) into the palm of his hands then top-coated Katy’s pony to tame any flyaways and give added support to the style. Clyde likes this product because it has the hold of a gel, yet has flexibility and lets hair move naturally.”
Did you love Katy’s mani and ponytail, HollywoodLifers?
— Dory Larrabee-Zayas