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Early years: 2005-2007Edit
A natural and solid blonde colored wig is seen in the music videos for her first four singles off The Fame. In the music video for "Poker Face", she is seen with platinum blonde hair. Throughout The Fame era Gaga prominently featured a fringe. She then began experimenting with different colors, such as her lavender wig. When the music video for "Paparazzi" was released, she had moved to a short cut, blonde wig.
She wore the same platinum blonde wig from X to December of 2008. After the shooting of "Poker Face", she started to add a hairbow on top of her wig.
- [A] Peter Savic
- [B] Cassie Lomas
- Hair by Peter Savic
- [A] Oribe Canales
During the release of the "Bad Romance" music video, she had a curly blonde wig. While on Friday Night with Jonathan Ross, she wore a new wig - half lavender, half solid blonde. One of her most famous and well known wigs, is her hair bow, which she often wore during and shortly after her official debut. Her signature bow has been replicated a few times, and given out to talk show hosts, such as, Oprah Winfrey and Paul O'Grady. During the release of "Telephone", Gaga wore mainly yellow-blond wigs, similar to the wig she wore at the 2010 Grammy Awards. She would continue to use yellow and blond wigs throughout most of the revamped Monster Ball Tour. During the release of "Alejandro", Gaga had a 'fierce purdey haircut', and was most often seen as a bob, or slicked back.
- All the hair by Frederic Aspiras except if noted.
During the the Born This Way era, Gaga experimented with several hair styles. The two most notable and prominently featured hairstyles are the black and blonde variations, starting in February 2011, and the teal hair, starting in June 2011.
- Hair by Frederic Aspiras
(Half blonde half black)Edit
June 2012 - August 2012Edit
In the new ARTPOP era Lady Gaga shows herself in a more natural and feminine way. She sports light brown curls and dark brown long straight hair. In her iTunes London performance she used a Cleopatra-like straight black wig, a light brown curly mane representing Aphrodite/Venus, short blonde natural wig and revealed her real brown hair. For the ARTPOP album cover shoot, she sported a long wavy blonde wig, reminiscent of The Fame era, which she wore versions of for her ABC Special in November, and her performance of 'Venus' on the X-Factor UK. At the ARTPOP listening party in Berlin in late October, she wore a short blonde wig that was slicked back with a long Dali-style moustache. She also began showing her natural hair, which she had done for X-Factor UK, and the iTunes Festival. The "Seashell Girl" hair look became more prevelant in this era, along with dreads.