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Beyoncé’s hair shows ‘edgy’

Published 28/09/2013


Beyoncé Knowles and Miley Cyrus prove that short hair can be "elegant", according to celebrity hairdresser Kim Kimble.

Kim Kimble has worked with the former Destiny's Child singer and actress Kerry Washington in the past.

Recently Beyoncé decided to ditch her long locks and go for a much shorter haircut.

Similarly, ex Disney star Miley Cyrus shocked her fans when she debuted a mega short crop last year.

“They are strong women,” Kim smiled when talking to Hollywood Life about the two stars.

“So people see that and they’re ready for a fantastic short cut.

“They show that there’s an elegance to short hair — and that the style can be feminine and match an edgy personality."

Beyoncé first showed off her shorter hair in August, when she posted several snaps of the 'do on picture-sharing site Instagram.

However, earlier this week she posted a photo of herself sat outside in a bikini, with a flowing mane of curls.

The star is renowned for constantly changing up her style with a range of hairpieces.

It was even reported earlier this year that the style icon had invested in three different suitcases of hair supplies for her string of concerts - which ended on August 3.

"Bey's stylist has one suitcase of weaves, one of lace fronts (a wig that attaches to the front of the head) and one of clip-ons," a source revealed to British magazine Heat.

"They are colour co-ordinated and vary in volume. When she's feeling fierce, she'll go for one that's bright yellow. When she's feeling more demure, she's got her dark brown poker-straight hair like [US First Lady] Michelle Obama's original style."

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