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Miranda Lambert’s Tousled Blonde Lob Onstage With Taylor Swift

Thu, October 22, 2015 11:04am EDT by Add first Comment
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Miranda Lambert took the stage with Taylor Swift for the singer’s ‘1989’ tour, with perfectly tousled, voluminous waves and an intense smokey eye. Find out how you can copy her glam onstage look.

Miranda Lambert is officially part of Taylor Swift‘s enviable girl squad. The country singer was the latest surprise celeb performance on TSwift’s tour in North Carolina on October 21. With a practically-identical-to-Taylor blonde lob, Miranda gave her hair a little more edge than Taylor’s signature style by adding lots of textured volume.

Miranda hit the stage in full TSwift gear with a black tank with ‘1989’ written in glitter. Matching Taylor in all black, Miranda also channeled a similar beauty look with her side parted blonde lob.

But where Taylor’s lob was more on the straighter side, Miranda’s got a boost with loose waves and volume. You can get a similar look by prepping dry hair with a spray like Redken Wind Blown 05, which adds texture without leaving hair stiff. Miranda’s hairstylist Johnny Lavoy used the Pro Beauty Tools 1″ Professional X-Long Curling Wand to create loose waves, curling only the mid-lengths of her hair. Once your curls have cooled down hit your hair with more Wind Blown spray for an undone look.

Miranda completed her edgy look with a black cat eye with smokey eyeshadow. The singer used dark shadow to create a winged-out effect, giving her eyes a more wide awake look with a shimmery white shadow on the inner corners.

Miranda Lambert’s Hair At Taylor Swift’s Concert — Copy Her Onstage Beauty Look

Taylor joined Miranda in the country singer’s hit, “Little Red Wagon,” briefly returning to her own country roots. Taylor even shared a bit of the duo’s performance to her Instagram, proving that two blondes are better than one.

What did you think of Miranda and Taylor’s team up, HollywoodLifers?

— Marissa DeSantis