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See How Carrie Underwood’s Hair Has Changed Since She Won ‘American Idol’


It might have been her voice that hooked us, but we’re just as enamored with Carrie Underwood’s hairstyles as her singing these days! After all, Carrie Underwood’s hair is unquestionably one of her best physical features. Not only is it healthy, full, and shiny, it’s also extremely versatile–which is perfect for her hair transformations over the years.

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Not only has the country star switched up her outfit and makeup choices as she’s gotten older, she’s also made quite a few changes to her hairdo as well. Carrie Underwood’s hairstyles have ranged from super curly locks on American Idol, the show where she was first discovered as an artist, to sleek straight tresses as an attendee for the 2017 Golden Globes. In between, she’s sported a variety of wavy textures and fancy up-dos. She’s also bravely opened up about opting for ‘mom hair’ at times when she needs to keep things simple.

“Now that my hair is shorter, it’s easier to fix, which was the whole point,” she revealed to Elle magazine back in 2016. “Cutting my hair was a ‘mom’ move.”

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While her everyday routine may be simpler than her “big hair” days on Idol, it’s clear she’s not afraid to step outside of her comfort zone for big events, or whenever she simply feels like she needs a change of pace.

And one thing’s for sure, Carrie Underwood’s hair is sure to keep fans and followers on their toes. They’re never sure what fabulous look she’ll debut next for them!

Take a look back at Carrie Underwood’s hairstyles for yourself in the video below.

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