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Cheryl's 'big hair was Vogue approved'

Published 02/08/2014

Cheryl Cole
Cheryl Cole

Cheryl Cole former hairstylist says the star's big bouffant look was also worn by Sarah Jessica Parker.

The British star worked on The X Factor UK before moving on to the American version in 2011. It was a tumultuous time for Cheryl, who was replaced after just two sets of auditions and also criticised for the bouffant style she rocked on the show.

However, the woman behind the 'do, Lisa Laudat, says she has no regrets about the backcomb.

"I thought it was amazing," she defended the look. "Vogue said they thought it was too. What was really interesting was that Sarah Jessica Parker walked out with the same look in New York. It was on trend."

Lisa worked with Cheryl for 11 years, but they parted ways last year. She loved her time with the star and says she wasn't high maintenance.

"It's normal in our industry to work with people for a couple of years and for them to have lots of different hairdressers," she explained.

"So it wasn't normal that we worked together for so long.

"It was just easy."

It's all on the up for Cheryl, who recently married Jean-Bernard Fernandez-Versini and has also been confirmed as a judge for the upcoming season of The X Factor UK.

She isn't the only big star Lisa has got her hands on - she's also styled Nicole Scherzinger's luscious locks.

"She's fun," Lisa gushed.

She added that she would love her next clients to be Jennifer Lopez and Beyoncé Knowles.

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